Brian Kevin Kuhni was born on February 11, 1982 in Provo, Utah to Kevin and Sharlee Kuhni. He passed away in Provo on March 14, 2020. Brian attended schools in Provo, Spanish Fork and Samoa. He graduated from high school via the BYU distance learning program. The time he spent in Samoa was probably the best of his life.\n\nBrian came into this world craving knowledge and information. He sang 3 verse songs at the age of 1 in a voice so underdeveloped that it came out as a whisper. He spent most of his life trying to control his great and unique brain. Brian loved to be out of doors and moving as much as he could. He could make you laugh until your sides hurt. He was loved by all; adored by animals and small children. As a grown man, he would follow a stray cat for blocks just to pet it. He never encountered a rule he didn't challenge or basically ignore. He was baffled by a world where people wrote laws to curtail what he considered to be the personal choices of others. Brian had a kind and generous heart. If you needed something he would give it to you or procure it for you. Or he would make it for you out of duct tape, tubing and random car parts. Brian was creative and resourceful. We often thought that if times became as rough as they are promised to be, we would all be really lucky to have Brian on our side. Thankfully he will be\nthere for us on the other side.\n\nBrian was the most completely independent thinker we ever knew. He lived in survival mode, often trying to escape his racing thoughts; he truly did everything 'his way'. Brian's passing leaves a hole in our world so big, loud and disruptive that we will be forever finding peace.\n\nBrian is survived by his parents, a grandmother Mary Dawn Nuzman ( husband Ron, now deceased), a grandfather Melvin Kuhni (wife Barbara,now deceased), two brothers Mitchell and Corbyn Kuhni and sisters Sheridan Von Kuhni and Kim (husband Ben) Sollosy. His little brother Corey Kuhni preceded him in death. He had many cousins, two nieces Kenzi and Nikki Kuhni and two nephews Mackade and Ashton Sollosy who will miss him.\n\nCondolences may be offered at legacyfunerals.com.\n\nANNOUNCMENT:\n\nThere will only be a gathering at the graveside at the Spanish Fork City Cemetery at 12:00pm Monday, March 23, 2020. No additional viewings or gatherings are planned.