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Brian Robert Domire

Brian Robert Domire

Born September 24th 1956.  Passed January 14th 2023 at the age of 66.

Born in Salt Lake City Utah to Jon Louis Domire and Bonnie Parry Domire.

Brian went to Kearns High School, he joined the US Navy his junior year and spent time in South Carolina and in Scotland.

He was always full of funny stories and one liners he would always start out with “do I have a story for you”. He loved telling stories by the bon fire, especially to Colton and Bryson Willes the boys who took such good care of him and us during his illness. A special thank you to Chris and Mindy Willes for always being here to help us out over the years.

He was a truck driver for 35 years working for a variety of companies.  He loved his horses and spending time with them.H eloved his hord

He is survived by his wife Karla Robb Domire, his son Mathew (Merla)  Domire two step kids. Sabrina (Ryan) Allred, Devin (Krista) Brown.   Grand children Tayler Allred, Jace Allred, Traylin Brown, William Domire and Maddox Domire.  His sisters Pam Alvey, Patty (Dave) Wolf and brother Brent and several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents.

Brian did not want services, he wants a bon fire celebration in the spring for close friends and family.

A special thanks to the Harmony Heath Care nurses who took such good care of him.  Thank you, Heather and Reggie, for the care and support you gave him, thank you Michelle Bolinder who was not only a great nurse but a great friend.  To all the staff at Mount Olympus rehab who took care of him and cared about him.  Chris, Misty, Terry and Margaret for always being there for him and being his friend. Special thanks to Jess, Sharon and Barbara for the care and love you showed him.

Ride away Cowboy, ride to the highest mountain you can find and breath…


  • Carol Alsup Posted January 16, 2023 3:35 pm

    He was always so funny with his one line jokes. He was a great person in many ways and he loved to drive truck. He loved his animals and was very proud of them. He loved his family. His laughter and jokes will be missed love you Brian ride into the sunset. Love you sis you are amazing.

  • Jake & Kim Broadhead Posted January 16, 2023 4:20 pm

    So sorry for your loss ❤️

  • Karen Harding Posted January 16, 2023 6:14 pm

    Karla I am so sorry for your loss. Please stay strong and remember the good times. Loves and hugs.

  • Tracie Cogan Posted January 17, 2023 12:08 pm

    Such a great friend for so many years. We love you Brian Domire. You will be missed so much.

  • Gerry (Domire) Hookstra Posted January 17, 2023 3:38 pm

    Brian and I had issues in our 13 year marriage but I know for certain that adopting Mathew was the most important, and most happy event during that time. I’m very grateful that Mathew and Brian were able to have a good relationship in Mat’s adult years, and that they were able to be close until his passing. I know that our grandsons, William and Maddox loved their papa very much. My condolences to Karla and the rest of Brian’s family.

  • Bill Cowley Posted February 28, 2023 5:57 pm

    I am so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. I served on the USS Canopus with Brian in Scotland and Charleston, S.C. Brian was always a stand-up guy with a great sense of humor. Prayer to his family, he will be missed

  • Jessica Bricker Posted September 25, 2023 3:07 pm

    Where do i begin , My time with Boss was short but I truly love him what a great example of a good man . Until we meet at Jesus feet Cowboy xoxoxo

  • Cindy (Brothers) Lehnig Posted December 9, 2023 1:12 pm

    Karla, I am so sorry to hear about Brian’s passing. I just found out online recently. I have been trying to get in touch, but have lost your number. Please email me, and let’s chat about Brian. Again, my heart is broken for you.

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