Brian Smith

Brian Andrew Smith

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Brian Andrew Smith passed away Sunday, June 7th at the age of 38. He was born October 5th 1981 to father Gary Frank Smith, and mother Sandra Ann Smith. Brian was a hopelessy romantic big guy with a big heart. He loved fishing, and going on adventures with his best friend Jake, spending time with family and friends, and working. Brian yearned for a lot but didn’t need a whole lot to be content. He will be greatly missed. Brian is joined in death by mother Sandy, father Gary, and brother Daniel. Brian was the baby of the family and is survived by middle sister Christina Marie Soper 40 of Rigby, Idaho, and older brother Joshua Matthew Smith 41 of Vancouver, Washington. He will also be missed by niece Natanya, nephews Preston, Gavin, and Jaren. Again Brian, you will be missed by all and we will keep you in our hearts. Even in death your memory will long be kept alive.
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  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, June 25th, 2020 | 5:00pm
    Thursday, June 25th, 2020 5:00pm
    Buck Miller Hann
    825 E. 17 Street
    Idaho Falls, Idaho
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    We will share a Time of Remembrance of Brian from 5:00 to 6:00 pm followed by an open house until 7:00 pm.


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Amanda Campbell panick

Posted at 10:01pm
Brian and I went to school dance togather we were friends in jr high high school,
I will miss u Brian rip
Amanda Campbell

Rachael Rauscher

Posted at 06:33pm
U Will be miss uncle love u fly high uncle

Sandra Douga

Posted at 02:36am
How can one put into words, when so many thoughts are running through my mind about Brian. I am not sure how long I have known Brian, I do know it has been a few years, and I got to know him even more the last 2 1/2 years when he came to live with us. I kind of took on the roll of a parent to him. Chewed him out if his room was not cleaned up or his laundry not done, give him a pep talk. Met some of the women he dated and listened to him about how his day went. The list goes on. He was a big help to my husband and I, like when I needed someone to go grocery shopping with, he was always happy to go with or pick up something on his way home from work. And helping Stu, with the things he carried on the truck. He was with us for family gatherings and if someone asked if anyone wanted to play a game, he was ready. His favorite was Apples to Apples. He enjoyed watching you tube and movies. He would come out of the room and say listen to this., or watch this or doesn't this sound good to eat? He really liked Celtic music , looking up recipes and his latest was learning about different cheeses and then trying them. If his clients liked a certain movie or TV show he would watch it, just so he would have something in common with them. Cooking was something enjoyed, he loved to make beef cups and strawberry or raspberry cheesecake to name a couple. He also loved to help make Christmas candy, in fact he was the one to spur me into getting it done. He would say, come on, I am here to help you, I like helping with the candy making. You don't need to do it by yourself. For a few months Brian, good -naturedly would try scaring me as he would come down the hallway and say boo, I always heard him coming, but, I have to say he finely did succeed about a week or two before his passing, I was wrapped up in a show and I don't know if he was intending on scaring me but, when he put his hand on my chair, which was next to my head it made a noise and I jumped! That sure brought a smile to his face! So Brian, when I am making candy or sitting by a fire pit roasting marshmallows, making some of your favorite dishes you taught me or finding things on line, I will indeed miss you! Till we meet again.

Jacob Lambert

Posted at 06:25pm
Brian was a great friend and a great brother to me . He will be truly missed not just by me but by his sister and brother as well as many others that know him.

Stefan Wood

Posted at 12:14am
I had good times with Brian in our singles ward years. He was always a wall flower but we had some good chats and laughed together. He was a good spirit. So sad to hear about his passing. Love ya, Bri! We'll see you on the other side.

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