Funeral service for Brian John Rambur, age 46, of New Caney, TX, formerly of Baker, will be 1:00 p.m. Monday, September 27, 2021 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Baker. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Pastor Jim Biswell will officiate.
Brian passed away at the Houston Methodist Hospital of The Woodlands on September 2, 2021.
Brian was born on June 26, 1975 the first son of Karen O’Donnell and David Rambur in Baker, MT. Three years later, his younger brother Allan came along for him to pick on and love. In his younger years, camping at Medicine Rocks and McNabs with family and friends brought him great joy. Adventures abound from sunrise to sunset. Nothing but nature and imagination.
Unbeknownst to him, he met his future bride at 8 years old while ice skating with family when they encountered a young chatterbox of a girl. His teenage years were full of shenanigans. He had many stories to tell and well if you know you know.
As a freshman in high school, he started dating that chatterbox from so long ago. And Brian and Pierette were married on June 25, 1994. Two little girls, Brianna and Brittany, would soon come along and complete this little family. He took great pride in caring for his family and being the best dad to his daughters was his greatest
Brian worked hard for many years at many different jobs in the oilfields around Baker as well as in the Bakken. He took great pride in turning a blank field into massive high volume world class production facility. Brian was a quiet socially awkward (his words not mine) person. But if you ever were blessed to spend time alone with him, the relationship built was for a lifetime. Friendships whether built around work or play, he held close to his heart. The things he loved about life were many. He enjoyed the many vacations taken with family to Yellowstone, Walt Disney World, Cancun. As well as some of the adventures that came with them such as whitewater rafting, rollercoasters, and snake wrangling. He loved a family game night or a good game of cards where he was sure to share an “uncle” joke or two. He also had a love for all animals, trains, and cars especially Camaros, Corvettes, Ferraris. But the Lamborghini was the ultimate prize. One love that he kept very close was his writing. If he shared his stories with you, it was a blessing. And he loved brainstorming stories with his girls.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather John Wilson, his grandparents Henry & Victoria Rambur, his father-in-law Wayne Christensen and nephew Leighton James.
He is survived by his loving wife Pierette, two Forever Daddy’s Little Girls Brianna and Brittany, his mother Karen (Scott) O’Donnell, his grandmother Donna, his father David (Bekki) Rambur, his brother Allan (Colette), two stepbrothers Clark and Weston (Ruthie), a special Aunt Arlene (Billy), numerous nieces and nephews and a large loving extended family.