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Brian Lee Perkins

February 4, 1956 — April 19, 2024

Arizona City

Brian Lee Perkins, 68, of Arizona City, AZ, died on April 19, 2024. He was born in Payson, UT., on February 4, 1956, to Donald and Colette Perkins.

He was raised and started his own family in the Pacific North West, moved to Southern CA in 1988, AZ 1991- now.
Brian enjoyed current world events, fishing, painting animals- as an artistic expression of awe for the miracle of Gods creation. He loved hatching and raising chickens.
Has had seasons of passionate obsession with: scuba diving around the world,  salt water aquariums and fish, sailboarding, basketball, biking, weight lifting, hiking/backpacking/camping, cannabis, kayaking, cars, country western dancing, date nights watching movies, Earthships, photography/videography,  gardening, guns, landscaping, Aquaponics, building furniture, computers, media hoarder, listening to music . . .always an avid consumer of information on his interests and relayer/teacher of that info. He loved to talk. His wife Maria was his favorite obsession, best friend, and partner through it all.
Brian served 2 year mission in Korea, worked in Steel construction, theater cleaning business, framing, general contractor and book keeping. Dabbled in network marketing and options trading way too much. He had an entrepreneurial spirit. He had deep faith in God and trust in the saving Grace of Jesus Christ

Brian is survived by his wife; Maria Perkins, Mother; Colette Perkins, Children; Meadow and Jay Minde, Camilla and Brent Clegg, Kaylee and Brent Garrett, and Trever and Tori Perkins, Siblings; Eugene Perkins, Tony Perkins, Mary McIntosh, James Perkins, Clifton Perkins, Coleen Raplee, Danny Perkins, Adrianna Lohrey, Eleven Grandchildren, and One Great-Grandchild.

Preceded in death by- Father, Donald Perkins, and brother Reo Perkins.

A celebration of life will be held at  Calvary Chapel of Casa Grande, on May 5, 2024 at 3 PM.
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