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Brian C. Petroff

Brian Petroff PhotoA celebration of life service for Brian C. Petroff will be 1:00 PM Saturday, February 14, 2015, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Dr. John Cheetham officiating.  Visitation Saturday 10 AM until service at Ligon & Bobo.  A reception will follow the service at College Hills Church of Christ, 1401 Leeville Pike, Lebanon.

Brian, age 36 of Lebanon passed away Saturday, February 7, 2015.

Born Brian Christopher Petroff on September 27, 1978, in Madison, Tennessee, he is the son of William Steven Petroff and the late Barbara Elise Bradley White.  He worked at Steve’s & Sons in Lebanon.  In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Daniel and Mildred Petroff, aunts, Trianka Stricklin, Carol Metz, and Lillian Swartz; and two uncles, Paul and Daniel Petroff.

He is survived by his son, Joseph Petroff; father, Bill (Malta) Petroff of Lavergne; two brothers, Bill Petroff Jr. of Antioch and Daniel (Katie) Petroff of Lebanon; sister, Rebecca Flatt; maternal grandparents, Bill & Faye Bradley of Lebanon; two step brothers, Austin (Elizabeth) Sharp and Brandon Sharp; aunts, Christina Diechler of Elyria, OH; Angeline (Robert) Campbell of Fairfax, VA; and Patty Bradley Williams of Lebanon; uncles, Nicholas J. Peterson of Ohio, and Bill Bradley Jr. of Donelson; nieces, Olivia Petroff and Elizabeth Hartman; and nephews, Gage, Caleb, and Aiden Petroff, and Elijah Patterson.

Memorial contributions in Brian’s memory may be made to the charity of ones’ choice.


Messages for the Family

  1. Jan Hale says:
    Brian, I am so proud of all that you accomplished in your life of 36 years. Thank you for giving us Joseph and for setting such a wonderful example of responsibility and life achievements. I’ll remember you fondly forever. Jan Hale
  2. Kristin Smith says:
    Dear Sweet Brian,
    I am proud of you too. You worked so hard to care for yourself, sweet Joe and you have been such a support to Nana and Pops. Your mother would be so proud of you. You are missed already.
  3. Chandler MIlls says:
    I miss u and i an sorry for your lost. This is joesph friend
  4. Jennifer Gibson says:
    I am so sorry that this happened to you Brian. I pray that God will comfort your family in their time of need. I pray that you are now with your mother.
  5. Krystal Smith says:
    U will for ever be gone but never forgotten . U are missed by many. We all know you didn’t deserve this ur such a wonderful man,father,son,grandson,ect. My heart acts for your family an they are in my thoughts an prayers! We love you Brian an proud of the man you became! Love always an forever the Smith gang from PA
  6. Doug "DJ" & Tosha says:
    May your family find peace knowing you are in a better place. I pray for you families comfort in this very difficult time. You are a very sweet young man and did not deserve a life cut short . May god watch over your family.
  7. Penny Armstrong-Frizzell says:
    I remember you as a sweet young boy who was my son Justin’s best friend. You will be greatly missed. My love to Nana, Pops and Bill.
  8. Penny Armstrong-Frizzell says:
    I remember you as a sweet young boy who was my son Justin’s best friend. Nana and Pops were always taking you guys on adventures. You will be greatly missed. My love to Nana, Pops and Bill.
  9. Kermit and Nancy says:
    Our hearts are heavy for you and your family. We and our church have been calling on the Lord on your behalf consistently. You are not alone in your grief. Cast your sorrows upon the Lord, and He will give you relief.
  10. Linda Hailey says:
    To Brian’s family,
    We are Brian’s neghbors and just want to say we are so sorry that a father, son and brothers life was cut short way too soon and are so sorry you guys are having to go through this.
    I am also sorry we will not be able to attend his celebration of life since the timing conflicts with my aaunt’s service in Cookeville