Brenn Kay Gifford, our beloved husband, father, uncle, and grandfather returned to his loving Father in Heaven on Sunday September 13th, 2015. Brenn was born March 21st, 1953 in Provo, Utah to Lloyd Gail and Flora Jean Gifford. Brenn graduated from Pleasant Grove High School in 1971. After high school he enlisted in the Air Force Reserves, stationed at Hill Air Force Base in Layton. He served an honorable mission in the Florida, Fort Lauderdale Mission (spanish speaking) from 1973-1975 where he met his future wife Zuly Castillo. After his mission he returned to Utah where he sold insurance and returned to service in the Air Force Reserves. Brenn and Zuly met up for lunch after their missions which started a courtship and led to marriage. Brenn and Zuly were sealed in the Manti Temple for time and all eternity July 1st, 1976. Shortly after marriage, they added their sweet baby girl Shenna (June 14th, 1976) to their family. Their little ball of energy Henry "Hank" (July 7, 1981) followed shortly after.\n\nBrenn's career consisted of Insurance Sales, Coal Mining and Law Enforcement. He volunteered a lot of his time to help people improve their lives. He held various church callings including Gospel Doctrine teacher, Elder's Quorum Teacher, Ward Missionary and librarian. Brenn loved to teach and tell stories. He had an amazing testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ and was inspired by men such as Jesus Christ, Joseph Smith and The First Presidency of the Church. He drew inspiration from historical figures such as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, and finally from his father and his brothers. He had pictures of these men hanging from the wall in his office which he referred to as his "Wall of Heroes." To Zuly, Shenna, and Hank, Brenn was a hero.\n\nBrenn was an avid hunter. He loved the outdoors, especially the Boulder Mountain. He loved his family, his children and especially his true love Zuly. Family was the center of his life. Nothing was more important to him and was happiest when he was with them. Brenn is preceeded in death by his Father Lloyd and his brothers David and Scott Gifford. He is survived by his mother Flora Jean Gifford, his loving wife Zuly, daughter Shenna (Jared) and their children Sawyer and Harrison, Hank (Meaghan) and their children Parker, Ellie and Vance.\n\nFuneral services will be held Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 11:00 am in the Pleasant Grove 12th Ward Building, 828 South Locust Avenue with a brief viewing beforehand from 9:00 am - 10:45 am. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Military honors conducted by American Legion Post 72.\n\nCondolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com.