Brian Richard Ausmus

Brian Richard Ausmus was born on February 8, 1971, in Blue Island, Illinois to Alice Faye Conley and Wayne Richard Ausmus.  He took the hand of Jesus on February 18, 2023, at the age of 52.

He was a resident of Pearland, Texas for 30 years.  During his time, he was owner of Amigos Restaurant back in 2009.  He along with his wife Tisa, opened and owned RSL Catering for five years.  It was then, when his cooking skills came to light, and if one was lucky to ever taste some of the food, you considered yourself blessed because it was “oh so good”.

Aside from cooking, his other pastimes included being an all-around sports fan but partial to baseball and the Chicago Cubs.  He enjoyed playing poker with his best friend, Dex , and word has it that he was a strategic player.  He did this for fun and relaxation.  He had many friends and never met a stranger so if he ever got your ear, you were there for a long, long, time because he surely had the “gift of gab”.  He was a member of Calvary Houston for 13 years where he connected with many people of his same beliefs.

Brian will be foremost remembered for his immense faith in God.  Even during his battle with cancer, it never wavered.  He exemplified such courage, determination, and strength setting a beautiful illustration of what belief and devotion are.  Despite how hard his journey got, he never gave up….and in the end, he won the battle, now resting in the arms of Jesus.

Brian is survived by his wife of 9 years, Tisa White Ausmus; his daughters, Alicia (fiancé Justin) Ausmus, Carah (James) Blackmore, Erika Ausmus, Clarissa (Bryan) Ausmus, and Alexandra (Henry) Ausmus; son, Dylan Ausmus; grandchildren, Gage, Everett, Braxton, Bentley, and Iris; father, Wayne (Faye) Ausmus; grandmother, Martha Pitts; sister, Bridget Ausmus; brothers: Thomas Ausmus, James Seng, Jonathan (Grace) Ausmus, Christopher Ausmus (fiancée Adria), Andrew Ausmus (fiancée Niki); and numerous extended family and friends.  He is preceded in death by his mother, Alice Faye Conley; sister, Allison Ausmus, and Aunt Roberta Joyce Lesner.

A Celebration of Brian’s life will be held on Friday, February 24, 2023, at Calvary Houston, 3700 FM 528 Rd, Friendswood, TX 77546.  Visitation will begin at 10:00am followed by the service at 11:00am.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to:  Hope for Stomach Cancer @ in Brian’s memory.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to Dr. Meerasahib, Leann, and Gina of Texas Oncology for their support and care given during this battle.


  1. Tisa,

    I have been friends with You and Brian for the last nine years and he will be surely missed. He was a thoughtful and caring person and will be missed by all.I know that you’re having a really tuff time right now, but just know that Brian is not suffering any more and he is now in Heaven.

    Best Regards,

    Geno Jurischk Friendswood,Tx
  2. Condolences to the family. Brian definitely was blessed with the gift of gab, the gift of dreams, and was often seeking out a new opportunity and ideas. His thoughts were deep, his passion for life certainly showed in the many conversations that we shared. It was a pleasure to know this guy. Rest easy my friend you fought a tough battle.

    Cindy Eppolito
  3. I wonder what plans the Lord has for you to be called home so soon?
    It must be important. You will be missed my friend, but never forgotten. My condolences Tisa and family.

    Kenneth Stamets
  4. Tisa and Ausmus Family. Many hugs and well wishes today.

  5. Tisa thinking of you during this difficult time. Remember,

    Death takes the body.
    God takes the soul.
    Our minds hold the memory.
    Our hearts keep the love.
    Our faith let’s us know we will meet again.


    Diane Freeman
  6. * We never met Brian but we know the parents.His Mom & Dad , Faye & Wyne were keeping us update about his health and the treatments he was going through. We were keeping Brian in our prayers.Brian is with Lord ,a better place , far from worldly difficulties . Prayers for the deceased for his soul’s eternal peace . Sincere deepest condolences to the families. Amen
    Samina & Fred Virani

    Fred Virani

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