BRIAN KELLY PROCTOR

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Born March 17, 1962 to Dixie and the late Doug Proctor. Brian had a passion for outdoor adventure. His last days were spent doing what he loved. Brian died above Lone Jack Mine on Sunday, August 4th, 2013.

Brian was like McGyver, he loved to tinker and fix things using nothing. At age 6 he tore his mother's lawnmower apart and was determined to fix it. Brian was always on the move he loved to travel, go hiking, fishing, especially at The Big Eddy on Skagit River, he had a love of dirt bikes and quads that he shared with his grandchildren and his many nieces and nephews.

Brian always had a soft spot in heart for all people, he was very loyal and would give the shirt off his back to anyone that needed it.

Brian loved logging and was employed by Frank (Butch) Harkness.

He is survived by his mother Dixie Proctor, his long time companion Jamie Justice, his sons Douglas Proctor, Bradley Gilbert, Brandon Gilbert, Aaron Oxyer, Derek Cagle and Jacob Justice; his brother, Brad Proctor; sisters, Cindy (David) Gilliland, Peggy (Jay) Daw, and Bonnie (Adrian) Arendse; his grandchildren, Dylan, Hayden, Kendall and Braylee; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Brian was preceded in death by his father, Doug Proctor and nephew, Dustin Proctor.

There will be an informal pot luck celebration of his life on Sat., Aug 17, at 2:00 p.m. at Dixie Proctor's, 5509 Brookings Rd., Sedro-Woolley, WA. Info or directions, 360-299-1138.

Many Thanks to the Whatcom County Sheriff Search & Rescue, Deputy Mark Jilk, Butch Harkness and all the many volunteers.

Donations may be made in memory of Brian Proctor via Dixie Proctor's savings acct. at Skagit State Bank.