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Brian Culbert


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Brian Culbert

Brian Culbert, 52, of Sioux Falls, passed away Tuesday, April 19, 2016 after a brief illness. Visitation will be from 5-7 PM, Friday, April 22, at Miller Funeral Home, and a memorial service will take place at 2 PM, Saturday, April 23, at First United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, following a private interment.

Brian was a kind and generous man who readily made friends wherever he went. For many years he was a resident at Lifescape, where he thrived and was supported by many. He was dedicated to his job in their main kitchen. More recently he was welcomed into the community at Dakotabilities, where he was loved and respected.

Brian loved food, especially cheeseburgers, and enjoyed music from Elvis to Garth Brooks. He was a Special Olympian, a long-time league bowler, and earned his black belt in Tae Kwon Do.

Brian was preceded in death by his parents, Dick and Patty Culbert, and his grandparents, Margaret and Kenneth Eldridge, all of Sioux Falls. He is survived by his brother, Doug Culbert, his sister-in-law, Christine Reynolds Culbert, and nieces, Emily Culbert and Cara Culbert, all of Chicago; his cousins, Linda Wrenn of Colorado, Nancy Eldridge of Iowa, Sue Grafton of Arizona, and Janis Morel of France; as well as a host of many friends and supports.

Brian's family are grateful to all of those who loved, supported and respected him over the course of a long and rich life. They suggest that memorial donations be directed to the following: Dakotabilities in Sioux Falls (www.dakotabilities.org), and the National Association for Down Syndrome (www.nads.org).

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Published in The Argus Leader on Apr. 21, 2016
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