Brian Dale Metcalf \nMarch 20, 1951 – November 16, 2023\n\nBrian Dale Metcalf, 72, passed into the arms of His Heavenly Father at his home in South Jordan, Utah on November 16, 2023. He was born on March 20th, 1951 into the loving arms of Dale and Melva Metcalf in Challis, Idaho. Brian joined 2 older sisters and later welcomed 4 brothers and 3 additional sisters becoming 1 of 10 siblings.\n\nHis childhood years were spent on a farm in Leslie, Idaho with many unforgettable memories he loved to share with his posterity. Dale and Melva then moved their large family to Charlottsville, Virginia and Brian graduated from Lane High School. At age 19, Brian dedicated 2 years of his life to the Savior serving a faithful mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Geneva, Switzerland. \n\nUpon his return, he found his sweetheart, Rhonda Ann Gibbons. They were married for time and all eternity in the Manti temple on June 15, 1973. He graduated from University of Virginia with a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s Degree from University of Wisconsin. Brian loved Virginia and spent his early career working as a Nuclear Engineer in Lynchburg, VA. \n\nWhen Brian was 32, he made the decision to go back to school. With his sweetheart and 5 children at home he worked hard to support his family while completing his Law Degree from University of Virginia. He then moved to San Antonio, TX and spent the next 35 years raising their 7 children. This move proved to turn into a lifelong passion for the San Antonio Spurs, tacos, and swimming in the hot Texas summers. He made many friends and dedicated much of his free time to serving his local ward and community.\n\nJust months before his passing, Brian and Rhonda honored their 50th wedding anniversary by having the celebration of a lifetime gathered together with all of their children. Brian was known for his world-famous pancakes, silly jokes, and his playful teasing with all of his grandchildren. His cheerful personality was the life of all his family gatherings. \n\nHis positive attitude and unconditional love to his friends and family was a demonstration and example of a fulfilled life and will be carried on through generations. Brian is survived by his loving wife, Rhonda; his 9 siblings and their spouses, Lorrinda Horning, Corinne and Reginal Wight, Rodney and Terry Metcalf, Anna and Kelly Stecker, Robert and Sundi Metcalf, Laurie and John Oliva, David and Rauna Metcalf, Tanya and Paul Jensen, Shawn and Kelly Metcalf; his 7 children and spouses, Larissa and Jonathan Frank, Tana and Christopher Clark, Ralina and Spencer Kellis, Cory and Jennifer Metcalf, Gavin and Lisa Metcalf, Tahsha and Jordan Sajovic, Shalisa and Adam Larson, 32 grandchildren, and 1 great grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dale and Melva Metcalf and his brother in law, Doug Horning. \n\nFuneral services will be held on Wednesday, November 22, 2023 at 11:00 am at the Country Crossing Stake Center at 11122 S. Black Hawk Drive, South Jordan, Utah, with a viewing from 9:30 - 10:30 am. Interment at South Jordan City Cemetery.