OBITUARY

Brittany J. Stanger

November 24, 1981March 31, 2018
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Brittany Jo Stanger, 36, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, passed away March 31, 2018, in Idaho Falls, Brittany was born November 24, 1981, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to Tammy Garcia and Bryan Cook. Brittany lived in California for a short time, and then spent the rest of her life growing up in Idaho. She attended schools in Idaho Falls and graduated from Skyline High School. She was attending Stevens Henager College and working towards her nursing degree.

Brittany was married to George Simcask of Idaho Falls, where she was blessed with her two handsome boys, Jayden and Tanner. The couple was later divorced. She married Steve Stanger of Idaho Falls and she was blessed with her beautiful daughter, Lynndee. Steve and Brittany later divorced. She then went on to marry a lifelong friend, Justin Davis, of Idaho Falls, they later divorced. Starting off, Brittany had many miscellaneous jobs until she started her job at Verizon, which she loved. She remained at this job for over five years and made many lifelong friends during this time. Brittany loved to help people, this being the reason why she has worked at multiple assisted living homes throughout Idaho Falls.

Brittany was a very loving and outgoing person and loved doing anything that would get her out of the house. During the summer months, she enjoyed doing anything that involved the outdoors. She loved to float the river, go camping, four-wheeler riding, and most of all fishing. She loved spending time with her family and friends and having big BBQ's. She liked to cook and it was something she did very well. She loved singing and for her there was nothing like jumping in the car and going for long drives just to listen to music and sing her heart out.

Brittany was a loving mother, daughter, aunt, niece sister and friend. Her children were her pride and joy and everyone who had the opportunity to meet this beautiful woman always loved her.

Brittany is survived by: her two sons, Jayden Simcask of Idaho Falls and Tanner Simcask of Idaho Falls, and one daughter, Lynndee Stanger of Idaho Falls, her mother, Tammy (LeRoy) Garcia, of Idaho falls, her father, Bryan Cook of Port Hadlock, Washington, her step-father, Bill (Kim) Dillingham, of Gulfport, Mississippi, her grandparents Colleen (Darrell) Wray, of Idaho Falls, her sister, Sarah Oden, of Idaho Falls, her brother Rick (Jayden) Oden, of Idaho falls, and her niece, Taybrie Anderson, of Idaho falls. The family will meet with friends and family on Sunday, April 8, 2018 from 6 to pm at Buck Miller Hann Funeral Home and from 9:00am to 10:45am Monday morning. A funeral service in her honor will be held Monday, April 9, 2018, at 11am at Buck Miller Hann Funeral Home, 825 E. 17th St, Idaho falls, Idaho, 83404.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, April 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, April 9, 2018
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Brittany J. Stanger

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Hunter Simcask

July 13, 2018

Brittany you will be missed we all will miss and love going and doing stuff with you rip Britt we love you

Sarah Oden

May 30, 2018

Sissy,
I don't even know what to say other then I miss you more then you will ever know. Every day I struggle to want to keep going because I don't want to keep going without you. My heart is in a million pieces and nothing will ever take away this pain or this emptiness I have inside of me. I just want one more day with you. One more time of jumping in the car and driving to Driggs at 1 in the morning with the kids asleep and the music loud. Singing until we had no choice but to stop. Or playing games and daring people to run around the block naked in the middle of winter. I miss you so much sissy. Even though our time together was too short I will always cherish every memory we have had together. You are my best friend and my life will never be whole again. Please watch over me. Keep me safe and remind me every day why I have to keep going. Rest in peace my beautiful sister. You are gone too soon but will never been forgotten.
I love you sissy. Always and forever. <3

Rick Oden

May 21, 2018

Britt lets just start this off by saying I love you and miss you like crazy! You were the big sister any brother would want. I will never forget all the times we had together. I will miss all of our amazing camping trips! I am forever grateful for the times of just hanging out at your house slip and sliding in the rain or doing absolutely nothing. I will miss the midnight calls asking where the hell I was at and why your yard had a million forks stuck in it. Damn it Britt I don’t understand why you had to leave me and everyone so early we had so many memories to make. I love you with everything I have and I promise you till my time is up I will do all I can for the boys and lynndee jo. Until I see you again I love you beautiful sister fly high and please keep me safe.

Tamra Simcask

May 18, 2018

Brittany,
Thank you so much for blessing me with two amazing step-sons. I promise to always love then as my own. I promise to up hold your memory at every baseball game, football game, band concert, birthday, holiday and milestone the boys have. I will reminded them of there mothers love and dedication to them when they are sad and need to know you are watching over them. Until they are in your arms again please rest easy knowing they are loved beyond measure and will be safe.

Whitnee Hall

May 18, 2018

Dearest Cousin Brittany,

I will always love you and cherish our memories. My greatest and funniest memory with you was, when you got ready for a date at our house on Buckboard Ln., you were so excited. My dad, your Uncle Tim hyped you up for your date and off you went. Right after you left he told Heather and I that, your date was also your cousin! When you got back my dad told you and you screamed, "Uncle Tim, I kissed him, why didn't you tell me?" We had the hardest laugh and we brought it up for several months. You were the cousin I first looked up to when I was little. You are beautiful, funny, and kind. Brittany, the whole world, including me will miss you dearly. Fly high my dearest cousin.

I love you,

Whitnee Faye Wray Hall

Neila Briggs

May 17, 2018

BRITTANY, YOU HAVE BEEN PROMOTED TO GLORY, YOU ARE GONE BUT YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN, FLY HIGH WITH THE ANGELS AND ALWAYS KNOW HOW MUCH YOU ARE LOVED AND MISSED, YOU ARE SUCH A BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER, GRANDDAUGHTER, MOM, SISTER, NIECE, COUSIN AND FRIEND. WE WERE SO BLESSED TO KNOW YOU. LOVE, NIELA, CHRISTINE, DEBI AND LYNN

Justin Wells

May 17, 2018

I will always miss her, never forget such an amazing friend she was . She was truly an honest, lovable friend that I knew for a long long time. She was always there when I needed someone to talk to. She's an amazing mother and such a good person. She helped me out through a hard time in my life and was proud of how I was bettering myself. the last few months we really kicked it off and became real close friends so sad that she's gone always going to miss such a wonderful person and true best friend. Love you miss you Justin W.

Heather Wray

May 17, 2018

Brittany,

I love you and will miss you so much I cannot even explain it!! One of my best memories with you was when my Dad, Tim was teaching how to drive stick shift in his Jeep. We stalled about 20 times in the 40 feet we traveled, we were laughing so hard we could all barely breathe. You always made me smile and laugh, I'll never forget the times I had with you. Love you so much XOXO.

Kim Dillingham

May 17, 2018

Dearest Britt,
We can't even find the right words to say how much your Dad and I love you. We miss you so much. Your Dad regrets that you never got to watch him playing drums , but I keep telling him that you are watching over each and everyone of us. Thank you for being the daughter I never had and giving us 3 beautiful grandchildren. Rest in peace baby girl and fly high with the Angels. Love Dad and Kimmie

Tammy Garcia

May 17, 2018


My beautiful daughter I miss you so much. I can’t believe I had to say goodbye to you. This is so unreal. I keep waiting for you to walk through the door. I miss your beautiful smile and your big hugs you used to give me. The “Madre” text messages that you would send. All the things we didn’t get to do and all the things we should have done. My life will never be the same. I hope you are having an amazing time in heaven. Don’t worry about your children I will make sure they are taken care of and have everything they need. Your memory will live on for as long as I do. You will never be forgotten. Until we meet again baby girl I love you always and forever. Please give me the strength to get through this my angel. I really need it. Mom