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Brian Charles Cummings

(Oct. 28, 1941 -  Jan 27, 2014)

Brian Charles Cummings, 72, of Powell, died in Burlington on Jan 27, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer. His two daughters were by his side.

Brian was born Oct. 28, 1941, to John (Jack) and Margery Boots Cummings. He was in the Air Force for four years, stationed at Edwards Air Force Base. He spent most of his life in the central valley of California. He worked in the sawmill industry, and later retired to the Cody/Powell area to be closer to family.

He loved motorcycles and fixing things. Brian was a loving father, grandfather, and a friend to all. To say he will be missed is an understatement. His family is grateful for the knowledge that this is not the end, and that they will see him again, because families can be together forever.

Brian is survived by his daughters, Summer (Ryan) Olson of Burlington and Sara (Christian) Terry of Spring, Texas; and his eight grandchildren, McKay Olson, 18, Maddie Olson, 15, Sydney Olson, 11, Abby Olson, 8, Jack Olson, 4, Victoria Terry, 12, Bella Terry, 11, and Dude Terry, 7.

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2 comments

  • posted by Michael Montoya

    March 29, 2014 4:45 pm

    Miss you my brother, I watch for you to come walking down the ally waving your arm calling "Hey Brother" Miss you, Love Michael

  • posted by Sarah Villanueva

    February 20, 2014 1:16 pm

    This world has truly lost a very gifted and special person. His spirit and wisdom is left behind in those who he loved and loved him. His life was an amazing ride and he rode as far and long as he could. Brian never lived with regret, instead he embrassed every thing he did or seen and truely loved living. I am going to miss you so much Brian but I know I will see you again. Remember to never forget what Delbert McClinton's song "I'm with You" said. You will always be with me and I with you I love you and cannot wait to reuinte with you again. Rest in peace my partner in crime.

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