Brian Scott Hutton, age 32, of Baker City, succumbed to a rare form of brain cancer on July 24, 2022, at St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Baker City following a courageous 2-year battle. A vault interment will take place at Mount Hope Cemetery in Baker City, and a Celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, July 30th at 11:00 AM at 801 Broadway Street, Baker City, Oregon.\nBrian Hutton was born October 2, 1989 in Bend, Oregon to Scott and Debra (Schrader) Hutton. He graduated from Baker High School in 2008 and later moved to Portland, Oregon where he earned a Machining degree at Chemeketa Community College in 2016.\nBrian liked making things and excelled in machining, which helped him land a job at The Sexton Corporation where he worked for three years.\nHe enjoyed hiking in the mountains, fishing, family vacations and snowboarding during the winter months. He was a self-taught guitarist really enjoyed playing his guitar and playing video games with his friends.\nBrian is survived by his father, Scott (Sue) Hutton of Baker City; his mother Debra (Jerry) Armstrong of Baker City; Sister Michelle (Cody) Hansen of Baker City; Sister Stephanie (Anthony) Smith of Boise, Idaho and his Grandparents Dave and Ann Schrader of Baker City. He is also survived by 3 stepsisters: Nicole Armstrong of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Natalie Armstrong of North Bend, Washington and Rachell (Jesse) Carpenter of Prineville, Oregon, and one stepbrother Wyatt Knadle of Meridian, Idaho and numerous Nieces and Nephews.\nHe is preceded in death by his grandparents, Bud and Jane Hutton.\nMemorial contributions may be made to Gray's West & Co Pioneer Chapel at 1500 Dewey Ave., Baker City, Oregon 97814.