The family of Brian David Sigman of Shreveport are saddened to announce his passing. He was the oldest of 4 children born to Harold Sigman and the late Jane Sheets Sigman. He was born in Pittsburgh, PA on July 2, 1957, and just celebrated his 56th birthday with friends and relatives. Brian was ushered into Heaven on Sunday, July 21st after succumbing to a long battle with lung cancer.
Brian loved to fish and loved the outdoors. He was employed as a truck driver for the Colliers in Haughton, up until the time of his illness. He followed in his father’s footsteps and enjoyed the freedom of driving and seeing other parts of the country.
Cherishing his memory are his devoted sisters, Vera Manshack and husband Huey, and Barbara Murray and husband Sammy (all of Shreveport) Brian also leaves his dear brother Dale Sigman (of Pgh., PA).
Left to grieve him is his father Harold Sigman of Bossier, and Harold’s girlfriend Pat, his Uncle, Dusty Sheets of Pittsburgh,PA and his special Aunt, Margie Koglin of Bossier City.
He is also survived by cousins Rhoda Stevens, Karyn Tilley and Leonard Koglin of Bossier, Ed Koglin of Lewisville, TX, Charlie Sheets of Haughton, and Jim and Bob Sheets of Pittsburgh, PA., his twin nieces Jessica and daughter Peyton, and Jennifer, husband Brandon, and their children Alexis and Preston, and his nephew Henry Murray and great nephew Gavin James .
He leaves behind his niece Janet Sigman Miller of Haughton, her husband Josh, and their children Isabella, Alexa, and Jaina.
Remembering good times with him will be his companion of many years, Cheryl Wilkerson, and her two boys Jeffrey Kennedy and Shawn Wilkerson; who he cared for as if they were his own.
There will be a memorial service for Brian at Auld’s Funeral Home on E. Kings Hwy. on Friday, July 26 at 11 a.m.