We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hansen Mortuary
Brogan Kendall, 46, passed away Friday, October 15, 2021 in Bliss, Idaho. He was born on December 6, 1974, in Rupert, Idaho to Jerry Kendall and Bobe Shurtz.
He grew up in Rupert and graduated from Minico High School in 1993. He went to Blue Mountain College in Pendleton, Oregon. Married Tami Eva Tanner November 29, 1996 and they have two boys, Riley, BoDean and a sweet strawberry roan daughter Morgan. He was a proud husband and father. He loved bragging about his boys. When his daughter was born it was amazing to see his softer side being a father of a girl. Brogan loved his nephews and nieces and was always the "Funcle". Brogan's favorite place when he wasn't with his family and friends was on the back of his horse working, and a lot of the time he was able to do both. His love of being a Cowboy and a hard worker was given to him by his father and has now passed it on to his sons. He got his softer side and big heart from his mother. His toughness was earned by having Skeeter and Clyde as siblings. He loved his grandparents, especially his grandmas. He loved his wife Tami who loved, supported and followed him in his Cowboy career and gave him his greatest blessings, his children Riley, BoDean, and Morgan, and now being a grandfather to Huxin . He was a friend to everyone and a hard person to forget after meeting him.
He is survived by his his wife Tami, his sons Riley (Morgan Kaster), BoDean, daughter Morgan, grandson Huxin, parents Jerry Kendall & Bobe Shurtz Kendall, sister Skeeter Kendall (Dave Wescott), brother Clyde (Nicole) Kendall, grandmothers Verna Kendall and Thelda Shurtz, grandfather Roy Shurtz and tons of family that loved him. He is preceded in death by his Grandpa Clyde, Uncle Chuck, cousin Ryon Carney and his Mother-in-Law Kathleen Tanner.
A memorial service will be at 2:00 p.m. Monday, October 25, 2021 at the Wick’s Steakhouse in Declo. Please wear a wild rag in his honor. Bring a Brogan story to share. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made at any D.L. Evans Bank for Morgan’s future. Arrangements are under the direction of Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary.