Larry Brian Hancock was born in Phoenix, Arizona on December 6, 1978. He passed from this life on November 22nd, 2020 in Salome, Arizona at the age of 41. "Brian" as he was known to his family and friends, loved family gatherings so he could use his favorite drone to make family videos. \n\nBrian grew up in the McMullen Valley area attending Salome Elementary and graduating from Salome High School in 1997. He had just recently received his private pilot license to begin his next business adventure; LBH Aerial, a drone video and photography company. He was so proud to add to the number of licensed pilots in the family. Brian was following his favorite comedian's motto, "Git er done", by creating a business where he really enjoyed what he was doing. He loved making videos and loved to tinker with gadgets. He had every know accessory imaginable for his cell phone. He had a huge collection of DVD videos, music CDs and anything related to video production.\n\nAnother great love of his was for his brothers' racing. He was their number one fan, only behind his Dad. You could always find him watching a race, cheering for his brothers, or telling stories about their racing victories. He was so proud of them.\n\nYou could find him every December in Las Vegas to watch the National Finals Rodeo and celebrate his birthday. Brian was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather James Dalton, paternal grandfather Jerry Hancock, and his mother Kimberly Dalton Hancock. He is survived by his maternal grandmother Pauline Dalton, paternal grandmother Irene Angle (Eldon), his father Larry Hancock (Lori), his brothers Jeff Hancock (Bridgett) and Matthew Hancock, his two sisters Hailee Dihel (Gareth) and Marissa Prigge (James), two nieces (Brynlee and Huntlee) and four nephews (Jacob, Knoxton, Lincoln, and Kayson)\n\nBrian was known for helping anyone and everyone and he knew no strangers. Brian enjoyed life, friends and his country lifestyle. One highlight of his life included meeting Larry the Cable guy where he obtained a personal autograph on stage. His smile and personality will be missed by all.