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Mr. Brian James Bouvier

Obituary for Mr. Brian James Bouvier

March 1, 1981 - June 27, 2018
San Antonio, Texas | Age 37


Brian James Bouvier was born March 1, 1981, in Houston, Texas to Dave Ray Bouvier and Luanne Ruth Bouvier.

Brian is preceded in death by his grandparents, Raymond Bouvier and Nancy Bouvier; his Aunt, Pamela Bouvier Stutts; and his cousin, Kendall Emory Maddox.

Brian is survived by his parents, Dave and Luanne Bouvier; his ex-spouse, Stephanie Anne Bouvier and his daughters, Corinne Charlotte Bouvier and Caroline Elise Bouvier; his grandparents, Chuck and Doris Ficklin; his Aunts and Uncles, Claudia Hayes, Amy and Sylven Fletcher, Joe and Blee Ficklin, Winston and Linda Battarbee, Scott and Lorrie Maddox; and his cousins, Troy Ficklin, Laura Millard, Ashley Battarbee, Whitney Battarbee, Emily Maddox, Tom Hayes and Skyla Stutts.

Brian grew up in Katy, Texas and graduated from Katy High School in 1999. Brian went on to the University of Texas in Austin, graduating with a degree in Business Communications in 2002. It was in college that Brian met his lifelong friends and Stephanie Lewis that he married in 2007.

In 2011, Brian and Stephanie had their first daughter, Corinne and in 2013, their second daughter, Caroline. Brian was a caring father and loved his daughters more than anything. He loved to teach them new things but most of all, reading to them at bedtime.

Brian loved the outdoors, camping, mountain biking, hiking, snowboarding, and especially loved his time spent with family at Grandpa and Grandma's lake house. Brian loved playing tennis with his Dad and golf with his grandparents.

Brian was kind-hearted, adventurous and loved to explore. He shared his love for mission trips with his Dad. He loved to travel and he and Stephanie had wonderful adventures in many countries.

Brian loved music and was a talented trombonist. He played with the Katy High School Band, Houston Youth Symphony, Houston Youth Jazz Band, and The University of Texas Marching Band. He and his Dad shared many hours of music together.

Brian loved cars. From an early age, anything with wheels had his attention, especially cars. He loved movies and would watch cowboy and western movies with his Mom.

Brian was a dear, loving, caring young man and will be deeply missed.

MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018
3:00 PM

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Brian Bouvier may be made to Camp for All ( or contact Stephanie for contributions to Corinne and Caroline's 529 account.

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