Brian Kenyon Eflin, 61, passed on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at his home in Sandy, Utah.

Brian was born on July 31, 1960 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Raised in Littleton, Colorado by father Kenyon Eflin and mother Joanne Eflin-Garrison along with two older sisters, Roxanne and Jenni. Brian’s ingenuity in mechanics grew throughout his youth. He graduated from Heritage High School in 1979, began his career at General Eletric and started his family in 1980. Brian had 43 years of distinguished service at General Electric as an Appliance Technician and Team Leader Trainer. Brian loved fishing, fast cars and Texas Hold'em. He was witty, funny, stubborn and fiercely competitive. Brian was a wholly unique person, to walk lightly, carry a big fishing pole and to strike up a conversation with anyone.

He is survived by his wife, Donna Dodd; his mother Joanne Eflin-Garrison, his sisters Roxanne Eflin and Jenni Willuhn; his three children, Cody Jo Eflin, Chris Eflin and Gregory Eflin; two step-children, Hunter Dodd and Paula Dodd, and 9 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his father, Kenyon Eflin.

The family welcomes donations to The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation as an expression of sympathy instead of flowers. Donations:

Funeral Services to be held in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 10:00 AM at Blunt Mortuary, 2229 W Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904.


Funeral Service

Wednesday, Apr. 27, 2022 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Blunt Mortuary
2229 W Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Life Story Info

Post Date

Apr 22, 2022


“In lieu of flowers...”

Personal Info


Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States


Sandy, Utah, United States



Worked For

  • General Electric


  • High School
    Heritage High School
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Thank You Brian, for being a part of my life. You will be remembered.

Nickademus Skolnick , Denver, CO, US Nov 25, 2022

Thank You Brian, for being a part of my life. You will be remembered.

Nickademus Skolnick , Denver, CO, US Nov 25, 2022

Brian was such a fun friend and outstanding neighbor. He will certainly leave a large hole in our community and in the hearts of those who called him "friend."

Karla , Sandy, UT, US May 02, 2022

I worked with Brian for many years at GE Appliances and he was always very professional and kind to me. I also remember him as a very skilled technician who really understood his stuff. You could also tell that he loved his family we will miss him

John Allen , American Fork, UT, US Apr 28, 2022

To Donna and the entire Eflin Family... We are so sorry for your loss. Brian was such a great friend, brother in law, mentor, match maker, fellow fisherman, mustang lover, and just a great person to talk to. We have so many memories to remember him by and he will be deeply missed. RIP our friend. Love, The DiStefano's

Shannon & Laurie DiStefano , Sherwood, OR, US Apr 26, 2022

I am so sorry for your loss my prayers and hugs to you Donna and the family may God be with you and hold you tight through this hard time

Adrienne , Deland, FL, US Apr 23, 2022

To all the Eflin Family, my sincere Condolences on the loss of you son, brother, husband and dad. My loving thoughts with you all. Fish all you want Brian, and R.I.P

Barb Nichols , Manitou Springs, CO, US Apr 22, 2022