Brian Mitvitnikoff

  • "Love you Brian you will always have a place in my heart ??"
    - Trisha
  • "The utter shock & disbelief that you are gone is as fresh..."
    - That one Girl
  • "One year ago, but you are not forgotten. Thinking of you..."
    - James Ingram
  • "Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us..."
    - Susan Palmer
  • "I think of you everyday Brian i miss and love you so much."
    - Carol Pedersen

Our beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin, nephew and friend, Brian Nicholas Mitvitnikoff, passed away on July 17, 2013 while at work at Chinitna Bay near Homer. He was 26 years old. A church service will be held on Thursday July 25, 2013 at St. Innocent Russian Orthodox church at 401 Turpin Rd. The viewing will be from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. and the service will be from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. He will be buried at Anchorage Memorial Park cemetery on 9th Avenue and afterwards the family would like everyone to gather together at the David Green park on 36th Ave for a celebration of Brian's life. Family and friends are invited to attend and celebrate his life and share memories of our beloved Brian.

Brian was born in Anchorage, Alaska on November 13, 1986 to Tina Marie Mitvitnikoff and Timothy Enright, Jr. He was raised in Anchorage where he attended elementary and high school and had many, many friends. Brian loved his niece, Charitee Christine very much. He enjoyed sport fishing, family time, the outdoors, football (the Cowboys) and loved his job and working with his crew. He loved all his family and friends very much.

Brian is survived by his parents, Tim and Tina; paternal grandparents, Tim Enright Sr. and Olga Riley. His brothers, Christopher, Jeff, Mike, Will, Mikey, Joey and Sean; sisters, Deborah, Delilah and Tatiana; nieces, Charitee, Adrianna, Brianna and Dominique; nephews, Stewie, Stephan, Tye, Tyson and Vincent, plus so many other aunts, uncles and cousins.

He will be met in Heaven by his grandmother Gam, Papa Red and Uncle Mike. Best friends Greg, Robby and Johnny.

He had a good and generous heart and will leave an empty spot in the lives of his family and friends. We love you so much Brian.

Published in Anchorage Daily News from July 24 to July 25, 2013