Jan. 1, 1988 — Nov. 2, 2012
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Jan. 1, 1988 — Nov. 2, 2012
Bryan Allen Scoville, born in Klamath Falls, Or., on Jan. 1, 1988, was tragically taken from us on Nov. 2, 2012. He is survived by his loving parents, Vonda and Ruben Eckhardt (Red Bluff, Calif.) and Dave and Lori Scoville (Placerville, Calif.); and Ruthie Kennedy and her four children of Red bluff, his longtime girlfriend, who he loved with all his heart. He also leaves behind many beloved family members: Vander and Nonalu Atwell (Alma, Ark.); Milton and Bonnie Scoville (Antioch, Calif.); Jill Scoville (Antioch); Deron and Vicki Atwell (Red Bluff); Kelvin and Rick Atwell (Oklahoma); Karen and Lee Valley (Minnesota);two half-brothers, Michael Whitehorse (Springfild, Ore.) and Billy Ring (Placerville); Ryan Eckhardt (Red Bluff); Russell Eckhardt (Red Bluff); Bekah and Blair Hencratt (San Diego, Calif.); and Alex and Rachel Kenner (Red Bluff).
Bryan was a graduate of Red Bluff Union High School and was employed ay Sunplay Pools in Red Bluff. He loved music and his guitar and was an accomplished musician. He loved animals and was devoted to his cats, “Baby Girl” and “Little Kitty.” He enjoyed hanging out with friends and just “kickin’ back.”
Bryan’s biggest love was for his mother Vonda, who he loved and cared for always. His relationship with his father Dave was a source of love, respect and strength for Bryan. Friends and family who knew him knew how big his heart was. We all knew how he hated to see anyone go without, so much so that he would give you his last dollar. He would always say, “I’m OK; don’t worry about me. I love you!”
Bryan, you are our angel and you will forever live in our hearts.
Services were held at Calvary Chapel on Thursday, Nov. 8. A viewing was held at 9 a.m., followed by the service at 11, with graveside service following at Oak Hill Cemetery. A celebration of life will be held at 1338 Franzel in Red Bluff.