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Official Obituary of

Bryan "Fatty" Baker

December 22, 1976 ~ March 12, 2024 (age 47) 47 Years Old

Bryan Baker Obituary

Bryan "Fatty" Baker was a kind and caring person who thought of helping someone else before he thought of himself. He loved a good cup of coffee, soccer-especially Liverpool Football Club-running, traveling, his dogs and most of all his friends and family. His wife and children were the center of his universe and the loves of his life. Bryan met Beth working for Norwegian Cruise Lines in 2005 and they were married in 2008. Bryan was an amazing father who walked side by side with Beth through every moment of their children's lives. He loved taking trips to the park, playing board games, baking desserts, creating art, and watching silly baking or game shows with his kids. He was proud of all of his children in every single way a father could be proud. Although Bryan could be quiet at times, he often had a mischievous twinkle in his eye and a sly smile on his face that you knew would lead to laughter. Bryan had a laugh that is unforgettable to anyone who ever had the joy of hearing it. He loved to make people around him laugh and his comedic timing was priceless. He could tell a story like no other, and he was not afraid to be silly and goofy with the people he loved.

Bryan was born and raised in Oregon. He had many fond memories of times spent with family and friends in Eugene, Hillsboro and Boise, ID. He loved to be outdoors: swimming, biking, running, hiking or playing goalie in a soccer game. He was a fearless adventurer. Bryan treasured his family time, was committed to staying healthy, and he enjoyed listening to music (Clutch, the Snuts, for King and Country and Flogging Molly), a good book or a podcast. He had recently become an excellent sourdough bread maker just like his parents. Bryan was proud to be a rigger for Cirque du Soleil and it was always his top priority to keep his co-workers safe at all times.

No matter what, Bryan was always there for his family and friends and he will never be forgotten. He would want to be remembered for the truly amazing husband, father, son, brother, family member, friend, and co-worker that he was. You can honor his memory by drinking a really good cup of coffee from an independent coffee shop, helping a fellow human or animal in need, planting a tree or flower, going on a road trip or just giving those around you a big bear hug. Bryan's life legacy lives on in his wife Beth, his children Bonnie, Charlotte, and William, his parents Kathy and Glenn, his brother Jeff, countless family and friends, and his faithful dog Ella. Bryan is preceded in death by his grandparents, his good friend Tony and his dogs Chelsea and Jack. Our family hopes that he is reunited with them and running barefoot with the dogs in lush green grass.

The entire Baker family expresses our gratitude for everyone's support during this difficult time.


"The love of a person never disappears, Even if they might. We have memories, you see. Love never dies. We love someone and they love us back, and that love is stored, and it protects us. It is bigger than life, and it doesn't end with life. It stays inside us. They are inside us. Inside our hearts." Matt Haig

In lieu of flowers, charitable donations in his name can be made to the Southern Nevada Animal Rescue League or Vegas Pet Rescue Project .


We welcome any story, memory or picture that you would like to share about Bryan on the tribute wall.


A Go Fund Me has been set up for the education of Bryan's children for anyone that is moved to donate.

Bryan's Celebration of Life will be held at The Springs Preserve at 11 am on April 28th. Please RSVP here.

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