Brian Pierce

July 13, 1960February 9, 2021

Brian Pierce, of Foxworth, Mississippi, passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, at the age of 60. He has been a resident of Marion County since 1978 and worked in the oil field for over 30 years. Brian was a huge Mississippi State University football fan. He enjoyed gardening and was known for growing hot peppers. He was an avid hunter and was especially passionate about hunting deer; but, he was most content while on his tractor. Brian will be remembered for his great sense of humor. He always enjoyed a good prank and could always make people laugh. He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Jack Pierce; his mother, Nancy Raynes; a brother, Ronald Allen Pierce; and a daughter, Brianna Dawn Pierce. Brian is survived by his wife, Cheryl Pierce; a daughter, Nicole Pierce and her husband, Mike Dickinson; two brothers, Curtis L. Pierce and Thomas Keith Pierce; and two grandchildren, Bryan Mykal Dickinson and Dakota Dawn Nicole Dickinson. The funeral services will be private.


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Dakota Dickinson

May 7, 2021

the first memorie i made with him is in florda and i had a ball with him and it was so much fun he wanted to put me in the sand i had a blast with him

Dakota Dickinson

May 3, 2021

Me and my family was at the beach and i had so much fun with my papaw and had a good time and loved for him to go hunting.

Bryan Dickinson

February 17, 2021

The first memory i had with him is when we went to Florida and he was there when i caught my first hardhead catfish. An other memory i had with him is when we went mud riding and jumping hills. i miss him very much i love you pawpaw and he shot a untipical deer. I love him rest in peace pawpaw.

Angelia Hudson

February 13, 2021

I remember growing up with Brian, Keith, Ronnie and Curtis on Little John Road in Mary Esther Florida. All of us kids ran up and down the dirt road playing during the day. His mom Mrs. Nancy introduced me to tomatoe gravy and I've been hooked ever since. Jack, his dad always had a cigar in his mouth and a smile on his face. I remember Mrs. Nancy chasing Brian with a bull whip one day but she couldn't catch him. Brian was mischievous and always stirring the pot. They moved to Mississippi but my family visited a few times. My mom and Mrs. Nancy kept in touch over the years. I know Brian had some heart breaks in his life but his family was always dear to him. Rest in peace Brian!

Beth Clinton

February 13, 2021

Cheryl and family,
I just received word last night of your loss and wanted to give my condolences. I enjoyed the time I was able to spend with my cousins a few years back and pray for peace for all of you.

All my Love

Cheryl Pierce

February 12, 2021

My handsome green eyed cat, my best friend , the love of my life. May you be free know of all the pain and sorrow. Spread your wings and fly high. Wait for me and when its time please be there with Brianna to get me! My heart is broken . I am lost my love how do I breathe without you!

Jerri Buchanan

February 11, 2021

So glad we got to bring a little happiness into Brian’s life . Will cherish these memories

Judy Kennedy

February 11, 2021

I am saddened by your loss. Haven't seen Brian in many years but he will be missed by his remaining family.

Roger & Kathy Cleveland

February 10, 2021

Brian is a family member please let us know where to send a small donation