Brian Payne

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Name: Brian Payne
Age: 29
Location: Magnolia, Texas

DOD: September 25, 2018


Brian Andrew Payne, 29, passed away suddenly at his home in Magnolia on September 25, 2018. Brian was born September 30, 1988 in Knoxville, TN but quickly turned Texan upon his family’s move in 1995. He graduated in 2007 from Caddo Mills High School with a perfect attendance record–an achievement that seemed more cool than nerdy when he did it.

Brian was a charming young man whose charisma, humor, and generosity drew others to him. He enjoyed boating with his parents and brother, spending time with his cousins, playing volleyball on Sundays, being the life of the party, and watching Dallas Cowboys football. He was a bit of a daredevil who lived for the thrills that life had to offer, whether it was skydiving, watersports, listening to loud music or driving faster than he should. His life had recently become more sedate and he spent his last months patiently caring for his Grandma, bingeing on Netflix with his Mom, and reconnecting with friends and family he had lost contact with along the path that was his life.

Brian spent the past few years fighting personal battles yet he always remained steadfastly loving, fiercely passionate, and a true champion to anybody who was in need of one. He was a Christian who asked God into his life during his teenage years

Brian is preceded in death by his father Steve Payne and his “Papaw” Bill Phelps. He is survived by his mother Sue Payne and grandmother Pansy Phelps, both of Magnolia, his grandparents Les and Dawna Chambers of Phoenix, his brother Jeff Payne, sister-in-law Mari, and niece Penny of The Woodlands, several aunts, uncles, cousins and a multitude of friends–all of whom are left with the “what ifs,” “should haves” and “whys?” that accompany the death of somebody so young and vibrant.


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