Feb 14, 2012 - StaffBryan J. Dearman, 29, of Shoshoni, died Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012.
Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the First Assembly of God Church in Riverton. Cremation will follow the service.
Bryan James Dearman was born Feb. 21, 1982, in Riverton to Jack l. Blanton and Wanda Gayle (Trannum) White.
Mr. Dearman had worked in the construction industry and most recently he was working on the construction of the Wind River Casino Hotel.
His family said that Mr. Dearman loved his family, camping, listening to music, drawing and rock hunting with his mother and that he was an avid history buff and loved fixing things. They said one of the highlights of his life was when he helped save a beached beluga whale in Alaska when he was 12.
He had lived the majority of his life in the Riverton/ Shoshoni area.
Mr. Dearman was of the Christian faith, having been baptized at the Assembly of God Church.
He is survived by his mother, Wanda Gayle (Trannum) White, and stepfather, Jerry Hines of Riverton; his father, Jack Blanton of Riverton; his fiancée, Tasha Marie Rothschiller of Shoshoni; son Kavion James Dearman and daughter Kyauna Marie Dearman of Shoshoni; grandmother Claudetta Swasso of Riverton; brother Joshua Trannum; sisters Jenna Lane and husband Aaron, Monica Hines, Melissa Harris and Brittany White, all of Riverton; special uncle Richard Trannum; uncles William Trannum and wife Elizabeth and Eric Hackney; nieces and nephews Uriah and Matayah Hines, Jace and Arianna Lane, Kaidyn Nevarez and Carter Bealle; special cousins in Alaska, Amanda, Tarrah and Tai Trannum.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Lorraine and Richard Trannum; uncle Edward Blanton, and niece Madison Gabel-White.
Memorials may be made to the Bryan Dearman Memorial Fund, c/o of Atlantic Federal Credit Union, to help his children.
Services are under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home (www.theDavisFuneralHome.com) of Riverton.
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