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Brett Cosmah

July 29, 1964 – January 1, 2023

Brett Cosmah

Mr. Brett “The Fonz” Cosmah, age 58, passed away on January 1, 2023.

Brett was born in Cincinnati, OH to Walter Cosmah and Kathryn Cosmah.

Brett is survived by his mother Kathy Cosmah, nephews Brandon (Sharayah) Cosmah, Daniel (Michelle) Cosmah. Great nieces and nephews; Noah, Eden, and Penelope. Aunt Mary Cosmah-Johnson, Uncle George “Wendell” (Bonnie) Cosmah. God mother Ann Orme and cousins; Steve, Calvin, Mike, Diane, Lisa, Lora, Missy, Tony, Eddie, Fred, and Angel.

He was preceded in death by his father Walter Cosmah, brothers Tony and George Cosmah, aunts Jane Deathrage and Rita Schimmel, uncle Tom Elsen and Cousin Linda Mack.

Brett enjoyed baseball, basketball and going to Casinos. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Visitation will be held Saturday, January 7, 2023, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. (2155 Compton Road, 45231; follow the blue line once you get on the cemetery property)

Services for Mr. Brett Cosmah will be held on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at 12:00 PM at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home.

In honor of Brett’s life you may make memorial donations to the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati https://dsagc.salsalabs.org/dsagcdonate/index.html or Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Greater Cincinnati Chapter (alz.org)



Saturday, January 7, 2023 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home


Saturday, January 7, 2023 at 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home

Guest Book

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“Brett always held a special place in my family’s hearts. Whether it was sharing birthday celebrations as children or the memorable trips we took together, there were so many laughs and a whole lot of unconditional love. My prayers go out to Kathy who has always been such a rock for Brett. Love you both and may Jesus hold Brett in his loving arms. God Bless you my friend.”

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“Brett was very special, he touched everyone he came in contact with, I was lucky to have him for a brother n law.and my kids uncle, he loved them, especially Dan & Michelle.. they were faithful to there word to take care of him and Kathy as they promised walt..RIP Brett….you were a angel here. And now you have your real wings…”

“Brett was one of a kind..I met him when I was pregnant with his nephew and I babysat him….he was so funny we watched the fonz and drank Pepsi and he played with my hair all day..I watched him off and on through the years..and after Walt passed he really took to his nephew Dan who promised he’d watch over him and Kathy for grandpa walt…and he has, Dan was faithful to his word even on his bad days he went to see Brett, and Brett loved him and Michelle…glad I was able to spend his last birthday with hom…RIP SWEET BOY!!!”

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“My deepest sympathy to Kathy and family members on the loss of Brett aka The Fonz. Brett was a remarkable individual who could keep you laughing at some of the things he would say. And smart, he very seldom forgot anything. He was a blessing given to Kathy to nuture and care for.snd he loved his Mommy very much. Enjoy heaven Brett and seeing the people you cried for that went before you. You will be missed. I can still hear you singing “Hello Darlin”.❤️❤️”

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“My cousin was a special miracle to my Uncle Walt and my Aunt Kathy and to everyone in both sides of our families. Brett called me Steven Kendell even the last time we spoke. Brett loved the game of baseball and he loved the Cincinnati Reds. We spent alot of time together when we were younger growing up and we were buddies. I’m sorry we can’t be there for Brett’s service as I am resting from heart attack I had on January 1st. We love you very much. Steve & Bernice Cosmah”

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