Born on July 23, 1961. Graduated from Byron High School. He then went on to become an auto mechanic and worked with his father and brother at Diercks Auto.
He passed suddenly on September 7th, 2020 at home from a pulmonary embolism. He leaves behind his husband, Patrick O’Toole, father Donald and step mother Julie Diercks, and brother Bard.
He is proceded in death by his mother, Glenda.
There will be no funeral service.
7 thoughts on “Brent Donald Diercks”
So sorry for your unexpected loss. Prayers to your family.
We were so very, very sorry to hear about Brent. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs and love to your family.
Phil and Kim
Bard: I am so very sorry to hear of Brent’s passing. So sorry. Please know you are in my thoughts. I didn’t know Brent well, but always got the sense he was a gentle and kind man.
RIP buddy. Will miss our verbal sparings and chats. Thanks for the memories. My condolences to Patrick, Donald, Julie and Bard and all his friends.
We were shocked & saddened to hear about Brents death. Have known the family for many years, through the garage & car repairs.
Our deepest sympathy, to Bard, Don & family.
Gary & Connie Wobig
Don and Julie, so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all in this difficult time.
Patrick, Bard, Don & Julie (and others close to you);
Our hearts go out to you during this confusing and painful time of sudden loss.
Sending healing energies to you all and trusting that peaceful resolution and memories of good times will follow, as you navigate this period of Brent’s transition.
Carmen, Dane, & Ben