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Remington Earl Bachmann
January 6, 1997 ~ November 13, 2023 (age 26) 26 Years Old
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Remington Earl Bachmann, 26, of Jeromesville, Ohio, passed away suddenly on Monday November 13th, 2023, while he was going about his day at work. He was a plumber for Comfort Control of Ashland where he had worked for eight years. He is preceded in his death by his maternal grandparents Katherine O, (Harris) and Larry K. Titus.
He was born in Ashland, Ohio on January 6th,1997 to Tina Marie (Titus) and Earl Robert Bachmann. He was the firstborn child to the couple and great older brother to Collin M. Bachmann, who resided with him in Jeromesville, Maxwell A. Bachmann, and Olivia C. Bachmann whom both still reside at the family home in Loudonville, Ohio. Next in the line of his family are his beloved Golden Retrievers Winston and Kimber. He rarely would be seen without them following behind him.
He is survived by his paternal grandparents are Carolyn M. (Long) & Charles M. Bachmann whom reside in Ashland, His aunts and uncles are Michelle and Ty Croxton of North Canton, Larry and Kama Titus of Berlin Heights, Deborah Adams of Ashland, Hiram and Peggy Bachmann of Ashland, and Paul Adams of Ashland. His cousins are Logan & Haley Adams, Christopher Titus, Makenzie Burns, Justin Titus, Logan & Cole Bachmann, and Makenna & Rylee Croxton. He also leaves behind many great friends that he has met along his short distance in life.
Remi meant so much to his family & friends and will be dearly missed. He was kind, funny, hardworking, loving, and helpful. He had a charm to him that illuminated from his eyes. His smile and laughter were infectious and made it difficult to be in his presence and not be in a good mood. He loved playing video games, camping, cooking, heavy metal music, concerts and spending time with his dogs, friends and family. Some specific things that made him happy were Inkcarceration and other concerts with friends, being a supporter to his brother’s racing, fishing with his dad, and cooking along his mom’s side on the weekends. He was always ready to join in to help on projects with his friends and parents. He had a very calming spirit that helped in difficult times. He had the biggest, most tender heart when it came to his family and his hugs and love will be missed.
Calling hours will be held from 2-4pm on Saturday November 18th at Fickes Funeral Home in Jeromesville. He a simple man who wouldn’t want a lot of fuss and crying, therefore, a celebration of his precious life will be held soon for his family and close circle of people.
Online condolences may be made at http://www.fickesfuneralhome.com.