Brent Lloyd Buehler, loving father, brother and grandfather, went home to Heavenly Father on January 5, 2022 at age 81.
Born to Franklin (Lloyd) Buehler and Jessie Maurine (Pinky) Turnbow on November 20, 1940 in Salt Lake City.
Dad loved telling stories of his crazy childhood adventures where a practical joke on friends, family and neighbors was a daily goal. We could listen and laugh for hours.
Dad served an LDS mission in Michigan and Ohio. He returned to study at the University of Utah. He built lifelong friendships with his brothers at the Sigma Chi House. He had many hilarious stories of his misadventures through his college career with these brothers.
He met and married Kay Lynn Larsen and together they had three children, his pride and joy.
Dad loved to snow ski and passed that love on! He loved to travel and seek adventure. We are all blessed with many memories of Lake Powell, where we would take frequent family trips.
Dad was a hard worker and seeker of high achievement. He had a long and successful career in medical equipment and pharmaceutical sales, where he was always number one among hundreds of reps. His walls are decorated with plaques, trophies and certificates of achievement. He loved to tell stories about going on trips he won and how much product he sold to get there.
He is survived by his three children: Chad Brent Buehler (Tiffany), Lana Buehler and Michelle Buehler. His grandchildren: Beau (Emily), Chase, Britain (Sierra), Bailey (Tom), Lainey, Brooke, Trey, Porter and Grayson. Great grandchild, Carter and he was excitedly awaiting the next great grandchild, Bode Beau. His two brothers: Robert T. (Martha) and Craig (Sue) as well as loving nieces and nephews.
Dad was loved by so many and will be terribly missed.
Funeral services will be held 11:00 am, Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at the North Canyon 4th Ward Chapel, 965 Oakwood Drive Bountiful, Utah 84010, where friends may visit family from 9:45- 10:45 am prior to services. Interment will be in the Bountiful City Cemetery.
For those who can’t participate in person, the service may be viewed via Zoom at:
In lieu of flowers, we ask that you do a good deed for someone in need, in memory of Dad!