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Obituary for Brian Kent Fletter

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Brian Kent Fletter

May 22, 1956 - April 25, 2011

Brian “Kent” FletterMay 22, 1956 ~ April 25, 2011Brian “Kent” Fletter passed away on April 25, 2011 at McKay Dee Hospital. He was born in Ogden, Utah on May 22, 1956 to Harry Frederick Fletter and Frances Josephine Robbins. Kent is survived by 4 sisters and 1 brother; Sandy Owens, Sharon Fletter, Sherill Call, Shannon Jacques and Brad Fletter. He is also survived by 8 nephews, 5 nieces, 6 great nephews and 3 great nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Lynda Fletter and one brother, Terry Fletter. “Our Brother Kent” A beloved brother known for his passion of life. A wit like no other that would leave you laughing for hours.A love for music that would bring you joy, laughter and tears whenever he played his guitar. A robustness for the great outdoors. Fishing, hiking, camping and exploring were his nature and touched many lives in his travels. A kindred spirit that will truly be missed but will live on forever. Our brother “Kent”A private memorial service will be held by the family at a later date. Friends may honor Kent by making a donation to the Ogden Rescue Mission in Kent’s memory. Online condolences may be sent to the family at


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Timeline for Brian Kent Fletter

Born: May 22, 1956
Died: April 25, 2011

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Brad Fletter posted on 5/14/11

Brother Kent you will be missed and the memories that we had shared will live on until my death: If their is a hereafter see you at the camp fire once again sharing our laughter under the staring night, reminiscing the good old days. Sherill and Shannon, Kents heart would have been, or is deeply touched by your love and sentiments.


Gayle Minkevitch posted on 5/12/11

Kent and I grew up in the same neighborhood,we were friends for a long time.If you want to cALL ME bRAD i WOULD I WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU . 801-381-2685 gAYLE


Steven LaRue posted on 5/12/11

I would like to express my sincere condolences to the Fletter Family on the loss of their brother and uncle. Even though I hadn't seen Kent for over 20 years he was never far from my thoughts as I have many great memories of spending time with him and his sisters Sherill and Shannon. As a neighbor and friend I remember his guitar and sense of humor and even though I was several years younger he always treated me with kindness and respect. javascript:select_gift(31,%20true,%2019);


scarlet hartwell posted on 5/11/11

i met kent and linda in 1982 He was a friend of my husbands. we spent time together camping and just hanging out together.i alwys loved his sense of humor and loved linda as well. i had not seen him for many years and while attending my aa meeting we reconconnected i believe last year. i saw him for a while at meetings but lost contact. He would call to see if i wanted to go hiking or just be out in the weather but we never followed through .I will think of him with love and my blessings to the family scarlet hartwell 801 791 8777 I hope he passed easily I will be making a donation to rescue mission sincerly scarlet hartwell