Obituary of Briana Chablis Hoppert Buemi
Briana Chablis Hoppert Buemi, age 40 of Mentor, transitioned to her next plain on November 15, 2022 at her home. Daughter of Jennifer Jones Hoppert and George Hoppert. Briana was born in Painesville on July 10, 1982. Briana was one of life’s brightest lights with a kind soul, she was resilient, and traveled through each life chapter with a strong energy. Her passion was being mom to “her girls”, Sophia Grace and Evie. Sunsets, hiking, fishing, campfires, ice skating, sledding, singing , celebrating Halloween, and looking at Christmas lights were her shared interests with them. Fireworks were her favorite, she would spend the entire week with family and friends traveling from one display to another. In high school Briana was a “gifted” musician playing the French Horn and was a member of the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony Orchestra and also was a member of Show Choir. She had the drive for continued education recently earning two Associate Degrees and currently pursuing a degree in forensic science. Briana was a skilled server working at various Lake County Restaurants. The mutual love between herself and her “hero” Grandma Jones, who passed in July was never ending.
Briana is survived by her husband, Rob Buemi ( his son Tyler), daughters Sophia Grace, Evalyn “Evie” Margaret, parents George L. Hoppert III and Jennifer Jones Hoppert, brother Randall (Dr. Samantha Megrey) Hoppert: Parent In Laws Bob and Doreen Buemi: Aunt Tammy and Uncle Bob DiCarlo, Cousin Michael (Sara), Uncle Rusty Jones (Diana Olynyk) Aunts Suzanne Nakaji, Ruthann (Kevin) McCollum, Uncle Dale Hoppert and many cousins. She is proceeded in death by her Grandparents George L. Hoppert Jr , Diane Hoppert, “PopPop” Gene Jones and beloved Grandma Margaret L Jones, in addition to “loving companion” Jonathon Hoover. She also leaves behind her pups Snoop and Nate. In years past Briana was a friend of “Bills”, an active member of AA having offered leads, sponsorship, support, guidance, reading material , rides to meetings, and love to those in need. She knew The Big Book front to back having read it and the Holy Bible through many times. While receiving remembrance, words to describe her dedication to the cause have been “she saved my life” “she was strong when I wasn’t “, “she was a vibrant woman” , “ her journey stopped me from crossing a line of self destruction” “ she was a beautiful soul” “ she was a woman to be reckoned with “.
Visitation will be Sunday, November 20,2022 from 2:00 – 4:30 PM with a Memorial Service following at 4:30 PM at Johnson Funeral Home , 368 Mentor Ave., Painesville, Ohio 44077. In lieu of flowers contributions will be accepted for the education of her daughters in care of Tammy DiCarlo, 7125 Briarcliff Ct. Mentor, Ohio 44060. From her Facebook post of 11/2/15. “We will never learn to walk in power until we first learn to walk in weakness. God’s strength is revealed through our weaknesses! So we need to stop hiding our weaknesses so His strength can shine through us ! I’m pretty sure that is why I had to be so weak so He could shine through me and I could be strong for others !” We will be strong Briana to get through your passing – March on Rockstar - you will forever be in our hearts and we will continue to share your journey in order to help others.