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Brian 'Scott' Christiansen

Brian 'Scott' Scott Christiansen

July 13, 1953 - March 30, 2021
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Obituary

Brian ‘Scott’ Christiansen, 67, of Greeley, Colorado, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on March 30, 2021 in Greeley.

Scott was born in Kansas City, Kansas to Frank & Inger (Nielsen) Christiansen on July 13, 1953 and lived in Shawnee, KS until the family moved to Greeley, CO in 1956. He worked for Monfort feedlot in Gilcrest for many years as a pen rider. After his time at Monfort, he became a car salesman at Greeley Dodge. Later Scott owned Scooter’s Bar in Garden City for several years. In his earlier days he loved playing softball in and around Greeley. Most of all he enjoyed fishing in Colorado and Wyoming with his grandkids. He was a huge Green Bay Packers fan and loved playing cards, particularly poker. Scott was a straight shooter and told it like it was, and he appreciated people who did the same. If he was your friend, there’s nothing he wouldn’t do for you. He will be greatly missed.

Scott is survived by his daughters, Amber (Carlos) Christiansen, and Ashley (Marc) Torres; grandchildren, Anesya, Daciano, Cobe, Amberley, and a coming attraction due in August; great-granddaughter, Aniylah Christiansen; siblings, Chris Rice, Frank (Lauren) Christiansen, Kim (Debbie) Christiansen, Brent (Linda) Christiansen, and Veronica (Ric) Herrington; and a large loving extended family.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

A private Celebration of Life will be planned in the Summer of 2021 in Walden, Colorado.
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Lorrie

Posted at 07:18pm
When I first started college, I rented the basement where Scott lived with his sister and 2 more college girls. Scott was "just a kid" but he always treated all of us crazy girls with kindness and respect. One time, years later, I had to move and I could not find boxes. I went to the liquor store for help and Scott was there and man, he was so very helpful! He gave me every box they had and insisted that I come back if I needed more. He was genuine concerned about my issue and I will never forget how kind and friendly he always was to me. May God be with all his family and friends. May you all find comfort through cherished memories. I am so thankful that I got to have the opportunity to know Scott although during our wild years of college, I am not so sure he was thrilled to have to know me! He was still good to me and that will always be appreciated. With love, Lorrie (Longwell) Toni.
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