Brian Hutcheson

Brian Hutcheson PhotoBrian James Hutcheson, age 47, passed away Tuesday June 21st, at his home in Juliaetta.  Services are Friday, July 1st, 1:00 p.m., at Short’s Funeral Chapel, in Moscow, with burial to follow in the Juliaetta Cemetery.  A covered dish reception will follow at the V.F.W. Hall, in Kendrick.

Brian was born December 17, 1968, in Moscow to Robert James and Vera Rosamond (Ulinder) Hutcheson.  He attended grade school in Juliaetta and graduated from Kendrick High School in 1987.  He was selected for All-State Choir his junior year and played for the Kendrick Tiger’s “Black Magic” football team his senior year, where the team finished as runners-up in the state championship game.

Brian was a valuable employee of George F. Brocke & Sons for the past 24 ½ years. He was attached to the old Toyota Forklift and didn’t care to drive the new Hyster.

Brian was a happy go lucky person, who had a big heart and was always concerned about others.  He loved four wheeling, camping, fishing and hunting.  He was a long- time supporter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.  Brian had a beautiful singing voice, which he shared at weddings, funerals and karaoke.

He is survived by sisters, Sharon Barr of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Nancy Sproul of Missoula, Montana, Ruth Ann of Glasgow, Montana, brothers, David of Deary, Paul (Rita) of Juliaetta twin brother Brent of Kendrick as well as several very special nieces, nephews and their families.  Also surviving Brian are adopted mother, Margie Alexander of Kendrick, adopted daughter, Brittani Nagle of New York and adopted parents, Butch and Janet Branter of Palouse, WA,

Brian was preceded in death by his parents and “the love of his life”, Lori Nagle.

In lieu of flowers memorials in Brian’s memory can be made to K-J Ambulance Fund, PO Box 182, Kendrick, ID  83537.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Short’s Funeral Chapel, Moscow, and online condolences may be sent to

One Response to Brian Hutcheson

  1. Bill Warren says:

    I want to express my sincere condolences to all Brian’s family. Although, I have only been part of the Kendrick community for about three years, Brian was one of the first people to reach out to me with his warmth and friendship. Whether it was the Friday night get-together at Archie’s or an end-of-the-work-day beer and conversation at the Hillbilly, Brian was always welcoming, friendly, and a pleasure to be around. He also had a great sense of humor.
    I saw Brian the evening he passed. I had stopped by the Hillbilly after getting my mail at the PO as I often do to have a drink and go through my mail. I couldn’t sit near Brian as his end of the bar was full, but as I was leaving, Brian said “Hey, Bill, how’s it going?” Brian always made it a point to greet me. I was shocked, and in disbelief to hear the news the following evening.
    Brian was one of the stars of the Kendrick community. He will be deeply missed by me and all who knew him.

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