Brian A. McKim, 26, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away Feb. 17, 2007. Survived by his wife of 5 years, Erica McKim; parents, Charles and Gwen McKim; children, Kyle Patrick O'Connell McKim, Jacob Michael McKim and Elizabeth Jade McKim, all of Pueblo; siblings, Sean Patrick McKim of Santa Fe, N.M., Barney (Juen Jun) McKim of New York, N.Y., Charles Alexander McKim and Eric Joseph McKim, both of Pueblo; grandparents, Velma and Hugh Cleveland of Farmington, N.M.; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Brian was born Nov. 22, 1980, in Farmington, N.M. His career was with the U.S. Army. Brian loved art and drawing. He also enjoyed hockey and was a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers' fan. Viewing from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2007, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Those who desire may make memorials to the Brian McKim Children's Education Fund through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Brian,
    I just want you to know I proud to have known such a great person. You truly brought fun and laughter to our section in Germany. Your character, stories and humor always made our days of Army life more enjoyable for the whole section. Happy travels and God Bless you. Till we meet again….

    Erika,
    Never fail to call if you need help, any help at all. I am sorry for your loss, he was an awesome person.
    Marco

  2. Brian,
    I just want you to know I proud to have known such a great person. You truly brought fun and laughter to our section in Germany. Your character, stories and humor always made our days of Army life more enjoyable for the whole section. Happy travels and God Bless you. Till we meet again….

    Erika,
    Never fail to call if you need help, any help at all. I am sorry for your loss, he was an awesome person.
    Marco

  3. Brian,
    I just want you to know I proud to have known such a great person. You truly brought fun and laughter to our section in Germany. Your character, stories and humor always made our days of Army life more enjoyable for the whole section. Happy travels and God Bless you. Till we meet again….

  4. To Brian. The freind and brother. I cant wait to meet up with you someday and we will have the time of our lives. you were and still are a true friend and you will never ever be forgotten. your name will live on forever and those of us on the crew will always share our memories that can never be taken away. You take care my friend and rest in peace.

  5. I pray you find peace and strength in your time of loss. I pray that you are comforted by our loving Father in Heaven and that your heartache can be eased in time.

  6. B: It has taken me a few days to write to you on here, I wasn’t sure what to say. You were there for me when I needed someone the most, and for that you will always be in my heart. It was an honor having you as a friend. I too, think of you whenever I hear Sublime… rembering when you would “break it down” in Germany. We shared some great memories that I will cherish always. Your were the best friend I could ask for, B. Ill always remember… “Livin aint easy!” 🙂

    Make it fun in hevan, and Ill see ya when I get there!

  7. To the McKim family,
    I work for COL Megnia at Garrison Command, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
    Having never met Brian, all I can gauge the profoundness of his loss is by the depth of COL Megnia’s sorrow. As COL Megnia is a shrewd judge of character, I feel Brian must have been a very special person, in many ways. I would like to extend my heart felt condolences to all of you. My prayers are for you in this very trying time.

  8. QWEN AND CHARLES: MY HEART HURTS FOR YOUR LOSS. PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
    PLEASE ACCEPT MY CONDOLENCES.
    BETTY MARINO(EX-WIFE OF RANDY)

  9. Mrs. McKim, I’m sorry to here of your loss. I work with your Dad at Ft. Leonard Wood, he is a wonderful man. I pray that God will comfort you and your family during your time of need, may God cover you and the children with his unfailing love. May God bless you with his grace and mercy.

  10. Erica and family, our deepest and most sincere condolences to you. We love you guys and miss you all so much, if you need someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on please contact us, we’re here for all of you.

    Brian: What an honor to meet a great father, husband and friend like you. We miss you bro and love you and will always have you in our thoughts and prayers, I miss talking with you like we did at work and hanging out with you and Erica, it was alot of memories for us and we’ll never forget them. Know that God will take care of Erica and your little ones as they grow older, you will see them again one day.

  11. Erica, Jacob, and Lizzie,

    I am so very sorry. Please let me know if there is anything that you may need.

    Brian,

    This doesnt seem to be real. You were a great friend. Its hard to believe that you are gone. I still thought of you everytime I listened to Sublime. We had good times, buddy. You will be forever missed.

  12. Brian was the best guy friend you could ask for, he will truely be missed.
    Erica, I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great friend to us and a great guy. You, Jacob and Lizzy are in my prayers. If you need anything, please just let me know.

    Alysia

  13. We will miss Brian, hope that the family will get through this. Erica I am sorry for your loss, such a short time. The girls and I will have you, Jacob and Elizabeth in our prayers.
    Love ya,
    Odette

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