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Brian Keith Sparks

July 8, 1967 — February 20, 2024

I have never known a stronger man than Brian Keith Sparks, 56, who passed away in Pocatello, Idaho on February 20, 2024.

Brian was born to Jerry Dean Sparks and Karen Lyautey Sparks on July 8, 1967.

Brian attended Minico High School in Rupert and graduated from Granite Community School in 1986. He then joined the Navy and 1986 and served 4 years before being honorably discharged.

He was the ultimate jokester and a smart-ass. He had an incredible talent to fix anything; there was no problem he couldn’t solve. He was an amazing addition to Adie’s family. He had an especially close relationship with his great niece, Lilah, as they shared their own special sense of humor. He was a big softie whenever she was around.

Brian is preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; brother, Jerry Dean II; 2 of his 4-leggers, Esther and Mickey; and many aunts and uncles.

Brian leaves behind his loving wife, Adie (Goff); stepmother, Dorothy Sparks; sons, Clinton and Stephen; daughter, Jessica; and grandson, Nolan; stepson, Devin (Paris and their two children, Ethan and Olivia); his 4-legger, Grace; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Per Brian’s request, there will be no service.

Brian had a special bond with each person he called his friend. Brian is a hard person to forget and will be missed by many.

A special thank you to the staff/nurses at Enhabit. Brian had a special bond with Tineil, Spring and Ed that he truly cherished. So many more things could be said about Brian and his close friends. We will be able to add more to Brian's obituary when clouds clear.

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