Brian Scott Kloos

Brian Scott Kloos
Brian Scott Kloos

Brian Scott Kloos, 60, of Mustang, OK, passed peacefully, surrounded by his wife and children on January 10, 2022.

Memorial Services will be 11:00 AM, Friday, January 21, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Murray Gossett officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Brian was born to Raymond and Agnes Kloos on February 12, 1961, in Melrose, Minnesota. Brian moved to Amarillo, TX when he was five years old. He graduated from Palo Duro High School in 1979 and attended Texas Tech University and Southwestern Oklahoma State University, earning his bachelor’s in pharmacy degree in December of 1985.

Brian married Shari (Williams) Kloos in August of 1985. The couple were blessed with three children, Erin, Logan, and Casen. Brian’s children were the highlight of his life. He played endless games with them, often making up games that became a staple in the Kloos family home. Together, Brian and Shari instilled respect, work ethic, love, and the desire to laugh in their children. Brian often read the Book of Virtues to his kids when they needed it.

Brian was funny by accident and on purpose. He had an intelligent, quick wit and the most amazing eyebrow game. He was an immediate ray of light who could sincerely connect with anyone. Brian loved to host parties, big or small, from bible studies weekly in his home to hosting neighborhood parties just because. He loved to serve “meats and cheeses” and a heavy drink. It’s been said he, “poured heavy but kept it light.” Brian’s interests were sports, music, bowling, bird, and butterfly watching, and whatever hobbies his family was interested in. He could be found playing tennis with Erin, golf with Logan, basketball or catch with Casen, and gardening or helping rehab wildlife with Shari. Brian and Erin were continually having a world championship challenge in backgammon, while Casen, Logan, and Brian could be heard discussing music. Brian loved his “Tech Gang” and had been attending football games with this group of men for 35 years.

Brian worked for Cardinal Health as a nuclear pharmacist, which brought his family from Lubbock to Amarillo, TX in 1997. He loved his pharmacy career. Brian never wanted to be too far away from filling prescriptions for customers. Most notably, he enjoyed working for Medi-Park Pharmacy, Catching’s Prescriptions, and King’s Compounding Pharmacy.

In October of 2020, Brian joined Shari in her lifelong dream to move back to Oklahoma. It wasn’t his lifelong dream to become an Okie, but he wanted to be near their children and grandchildren. Until his last day in Mustang, he believed moving was “still worth it.”  Brian spent endless time with his grandchildren on the back patio building ramps, pushing cars, playing bocce ball, and dancing.

Brian was preceded in death by his father, Raymond Kloos; his father-in-law, Richard Williams; and his niece, Alyssa Kloos.

Brian is survived by his mother, Agnes Kloos of Amarillo, his wife, Shari, of Mustang, OK; daughter Erin Teddy and husband Jerry of Mustang, OK; daughter Logan McKenzie and husband Ben of Oklahoma City; son Casen Kloos of Stillwater, OK; sister Lynn Cain and husband Marvin of Amarillo; brother Glenn Kloos and wife Susan of Boerne, TX; sister Laurie Nahrgang and husband Johnny of Amarillo; and grandchildren Harper Teddy and Cooper McKenzie.

18 Replies to “Brian Scott Kloos”

  1. Prayers for your family. Brian was a sweet and loving man. You could just see how much he loved his kids. Shari you were so blessed! Prayers and love. Vian

  2. I was very saddened to learn of Brian’s passing. I had the pleasure of being on the tennis team with Brian at PD and always thought he was a class act. We pay for peace and comfort for Glenn and Shari and the rest of the Kloos family.

  3. I taught Brian and all the other siblings at Eastridge Elementary. Such a wonderful family and all excellent students. My thoughts and prayers are with your family Brian.

  4. Known Brian for over 50 years. Many good and fun memories. Though we have lost a very good person, the heavens above has gained a good one. So sorry to the entire family for your loss. Our thoughts are with you through this most difficult time.
    With lots of love, David Escoto

  5. Thinking of your entire family and asking God to surround you with His perfect peace and love.

    Sincerely,
    Holly Craven

  6. I’ve known Brian and all his siblings since we were all in elementary school. Brain and I used to ride all the bicycle trails together. My heart breaks for his wife, kids, grands, mother, siblings and his extended family and friends. Such a great man leaving behind such an incredible legacy. RIP Brain ….. your hard work and love for life has left a lasting impression here in Earth. You will never be forgotten.
    GONE TOO SOON!
    Prayers for your family during this time of sadness and heartache
    Gloria Harris Stapp

  7. Such a loss for all of us! I so enjoyed the laughs over many great meals with our Dinner Club. He was so sweet and funny. I’m only finding out now that we shared the same birthday. Boy, could we have milked that. My love to your family. My heart aches at the tragedy of it all. May God comfort you in this unimaginable loss. I’m so grateful that you have each other since we are so far apart.
    Love and prayers to the entire Kloos family.

  8. From the time I met Brian at Travis Jr. he was a bright light in my life. I feel like Greg and Paula, a hunk of life is gone from us but great memories remain. Brian was always positive and could bring a smile and laughter to everyone!

    Great man, father, friend and will be missed by everyone.

    We love you Brian.

  9. My Deepest Condolences going out to The Family 🙏 I knew Brian early 80’s he was a Terrific and Kind Guy. I lost touch with him early on. I’m so Sorry for the loss of such a young man. Rest in Paradise Brian🙏

  10. I’ve been blessed with a couple of beautiful people in my life “ travis/HoraceM “ and Brian tops the list. You spend your teens to your 20’s with a guy and you learn a lot. A piece of me is missing for sure, Loved him like a brother. So many stories so many experiences, . he flashed cool integrity everywhere he went. He always shot me a side ways look when I got out of line. Made me giggle
    All my love Shari 🙏 we will have all of you in our prayers. Always here for you

    Greg & Paula Hightower

  11. Praying for you all! What a great person he was and what love he had for his family! God will help you through this! He never fails. Love and prayers!
    The Wrights
    Jennifer, Larry, Casey, Lauren, Jake, & Shelby ❤️

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