Brian Edward Scrivner

March 18, 1970 ~ April 28, 2021

Brian E. Scrivner, 51, Sioux Falls, died unexpectedly Wednesday, April 28, 2021, in the early morning hours, as he was walking to work, in Sioux Falls, SD.

No services are planned at this time.

Brian Edward Scrivner was born on March 18, 1970, to Lairie and Sally (McQuaid) Scrivner in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he spent much of his life.

To those of you who knew Brian, you know that he dealt with a great deal of adversity during his life, but he never lost his faith, nor his drive to push forward and look toward happiness and a making a better life. Brian was always willing to offer support and assistance to friends and loved ones alike; No matter what challenges he faced in his own life, he never lost his to drive overcome them and look for the positive message in every life lesson.  

Brian was always willing to reach out, and try to find similarities between people, not focus on their differences. It was perhaps his greatest strength.  Brian was always grateful for the love and friendships in his life, and always did his very best to stay in contact with everyone.  When we remember Brian, I know we will all remember his gentleness, kindness, and his genuinely thoughtful and caring spirit.

Brian is survived by his mother, Sally, and brother, Stephen (Linda) Scrivner. Brian was preceded in death by his father, Lairie.  

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  • Virginia Smook says:

    I will miss seeing Brian at Lewis. He was always so friendly and helpful. If he had no customers checking out, you could see him in an isle straightening things up, always busy. GOD led a special soul home! We will meet again!

  • Jeff Daniel says:

    As I write this, I am aware of Brian’s passing for about 15 minutes. I live in Nashville, TN where Brian lived with me for a few months. He was a good man. We differed on a some levels, but he was more of a bridge builder than a fence maker. He had a ready smile and a very open heart. One day he suddenly left, but he followed his heart and ended up in Sioux Falls. For the most part he seemed happy which is saying a lot in this life. I reached out to him on a few occasions and became concerned when he didn’t respond. As a final effort, I entered his name in an Obit search. Suddenly, I realized why he had become so silent. I offer my condolences to all who knew and loved him. I count myself as both if only for a short time. In accordance with his faith, he is in a better place. May the blessings he so richly deserved be his for all eternity! I’ll miss you critter!

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