Brian Tyrrell, age 60 of Rochester, MN passed away at his home on February 7, 2022.
Brian was born August 29 1961. He was the owner of Pro House Washers. He graduated college with a associates in liberal arts. His hobbies were expressing himself through theater, painting, writing, plays and oh boy did he love to dance. He was married to Maria Tyrrell and later divorced. Maria and Brian remained close friends and a huge part of the joy in his life was co-parenting their children, Janie and Justin.
Brian was a friend of Bill W. The family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to all of those in the community that supported Brian in his journey over the years.
Brian is survived by his mother, Donna Tyrrell; brother, Brad Tyrrell; sister, Colleen Tyrrell and her husband Bill Simone and children Janie Tyrrell and Justin Peterson. He was proceeded in death by his father, Daniel Tyrrell.
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.
A celebration of life will be held at the Rochester Cremation Services on Saturday, February 12, 2022 from 10 am – noon. In honor of Brian, this will be a very causal event and we welcome everyone.
Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Brian may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
16 thoughts on “Brian Tyrrell”
I had met Brian through a writers course in town. He had such a beautiful warm spirit and always gave out compliments freely. Though the course was only a month long, after it ended he remembered my name and always said hello when he’d see me out and about. He always made people feel special! Sending many prayers of support and love to his family and especially his children.
Brian, our friends and I, have wore the, “same shoes”. I’m proud to walk on the same road of life. He’s pulled me up, many times and has gave me the inspiration to get over my hurdles.
Brian, thanks. I’ve been blessed from the One up above, that has put you in my life. You’re always be in my mind and my heart ❤️
Michael R. Stiff
We met Brian a few years ago in meditation at Assisi. He washed our windows with huge expertise and celebrated his joyous pursuit of a sober life. We send our sincere condolences for all who grieve his passing.
Sharon and i knew Brian through his business and we are shocked and saddened by his passing.
We enjoyed Brian so much through his enthusiasm for his work, his commitment to his customers and his vibrant personality.
We wish to offer our condolences to his family and friends…and his community. He will be missed.
Sharon Austin and Rob Artley
Brian, you will be missed greatly. You’re a wonderful man and left this earth too soon. Until we meet again my friend.
RIP Brian, didn’t see this coming, Was always interested in seeing what Brian was up to, always saw thing in a unique way , i will miss him for sure.
Brian I have known you for many years and have always admired your tenacity. You are a special person to me and I will miss you. We will miss your smiling face at ST. Francis and our fellowship and talks after the meetings. Prayers fo your family and I will see you on bright side. Love you buddy, Dick
My condolences to Maria, Janie, and Justin. I was shocked to read of his passing, treasure the good memories.
Donna, Brad and Colleen,
I’m so sorry to hear about your loss, my thoughts are with you during this very difficult time. I am sorry but I will be out of the country on vacation and will miss the ceremony.
I remember when Brian was in high school, when his afro was at it’s largest, I made him sit in the back seat on the passenger side so I could see to drive.
Rest in peace my longtime friend.
God speed friend always had nice chats bringing your mail.
Brian, you were a good guy. Glad I got to know you at RCTC.
Family- Brian was very kind to me and we shared a Justin connection as I taught him in middle school. My prayers for you all. He helped many in his/our journey. So sorry for your loss
GOD BLESS YOU BRIAN FOR THE 23 YEARS OF GOLD METAL WINDOW WASHING SERVICE, MINGLED WITH FANTASTIC UP AND BEYOND HELP,
ENJOYABLE CONVERSATIONS OVER GREAT FOOD. YOUR ARTISTIC AND
CREATIVE SKILLS WERE A GOD GIVEN POSITIVE FOCUS AMONG ALL
YOUR PERFECTIONISM SKILLS. ROMANS 12: EXPRESSES GOD’S GRACE,
AS YOU JOURNEYED ALONG. RESTING ON GOD’S PROMISE OF MEETING AGAIN.
You will be missed Brian. Prayers for your family in these times of grief. You were a good man and always willing to be of service. I wish I could have come to the service but I had to work. You were on my mind today. Peace!!!
Prayers to your family. We sort of lost track of each other but I was so glad to run into you a couple of years ago. I’ll always remember that smile. Rest in peace, Brian.