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 Brian Christopher Durham, 57, of Coloma, passed away December 24, 2023 in Flint.

 Brian was born August 25, 1966 in St. Joseph, Michigan to Wanda and Jack Durham.

 As a 1985 graduate of Coloma High School, he went on to obtain his CDL, driving a septic tanker for Modsanco and Kendall Septic.

 Brian was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, motorcross, and baseball. He could also be found bowling at Coloma Lanes. As an avid sports fan he was a U of M fan, loved his New Orleans Saints, the Chicago Cubs, and was a fan of NASCAR. He also had a love for music that ranged from Classic Rock to Johnny, Merle, and Waylon.

 Underneath Brian’s tough exterior was a thoughtful, loving heart. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Often times having pool parties at his home, where he took great pride in taking care of his property and home. Brian also took incredible care of his vehicles and dirt bike.

 He will be remembered fondly by those that knew him.

 Brian is survived by his uncle, Larry Durham, niece Gwenyth Durham, cousin Amy Robertson, step-mother Janet Durham, and extended family Dave and Correna.

 He was preceded in death by his parents, Wanda and Jack, his brother Matt, grandparents Bill, Dorothy, Granny and Pops, Uncle Ron Lewis and cousin Sean Lewis.

 Cremation has taken place and no service is planned at this time. Those wishing to leave an online message of remembrance may do so by using the guestbook found at


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