Brodie Potter

Brodie Potter

Dec 22, 1991 - Oct 17, 2020
Brodie Potter, 28, of Arapahoe passed away at his home on Saturday, October 17, 2020. A wake will be held at 1247 17 Mile Road on Thursday, October 22, 2020, starting at 7:00 pm. The graveside service will be at 10:00 am on Friday, October 23, 2020, at Arapaho Catholic Cemetery.

Brodie Jay Potter was born on December 22, 1991 in Riverton, WY to Milton Trosper, Sr. and Ginger Potter. He attended Wyoming Indian Schools, Dean Morgan, Mountain View, Central Wyoming College, and Sage Trucking.



Brodie followed the Northern Arapaho Traditional Beliefs.

He lived life loving his three children and his family. In his short life he taught his kids to fish, ride bikes, showed them the love for the Lakers and Raiders, which he was a diehard fan, his eternal love for his children will be never ending. Brodie and Serena liked to cruise, listen to music, showing their kids new things while watching them grow. He held his grandma Bea and grandpa Chuck close to his heart as they did him. He was the type of father that went all out for his children. He made sure they would never go without and always had the best. He spent his life on the Wind River Reservation and Casper WY. Where he played Football, Basketball. He was player of the Year in Casper in football for 3 years in a row and 4 years back to back championships for basketball in Natrona County which his mother coached. He could be found sitting on his truck or in the shop writing his music. Later he created his recording studio, which he funded on his own, where he did all of his writing, creating and producing, while he was chilling with his bros. He was known in the Music industry as B.POTT. He performed live in Casper, Rock Springs, Riverton and Billings. He liked to take his nephew/brother, Tavion to the movies, basketball games, and buy him any video game he wanted. He and his uncle CJ had their own close special bond. Made it a point to take his sister, brother in law, and the boys shooting guns in the hills, going to concerts and swimming in Thermopolis. Although he was Uncle he grew up with his Trosper nieces and nephews as brother, and holds a close bond with all of them. Brodie graduated from Sage Trucking School at the top of his class with honors. He was an employee for the Northern Arapaho Tribe Natural Resources program as a truck driver. His grandpa Harold and Grandpa Gene gave him spiritual guidance and were his protectors.



He is survived by his spouse, Serena Perea; son, Brodie J. Potter II; daughters, Marcelina J’Rose Potter and Hailey Mae Potter; mother, Ginger Potter; father, Milton (Patricia)Trosper, Sr.; brothers, Charlie Potter, Milton Trosper Jr., and Trevor Trosper (Fatima); sisters, Mallorie Shawn Martel(Brett), Ricki Trosper, Elacia Potter, and Mollie Trumbull; nephews,Tavion Goodman, Devin, Brett, Sumner, Korbin, Niko Martel Milton Trosper III, Terrence Bell, Jayden Jo Walker Krey and Marques Returns To War, Teryn and Ryan Martel, White Jr., Reuben, Joel St. Clair, and Zayden SunRhodes; nieces, Ashleigh, Jolie, Alex Trosper, Maurisa Bell, Tianna, Taylor Trosper, Alise’ Trosper, Adrielle Smith, Elizabeth Potter, and Cheyla St. Clair; aunt, Rose Gasson Carlos; uncles, C. Jay Potter and Bryan Trosper; grandchildren, Kolten, Kahlil, Kasheus Returns To War, Bailey Redman, Davion, Evander Trosper, and Tyleigha Clifford; and the families of Potters, Trospers, Thunders, Goggles, Sage, Fridays, Whiteman, Harjo, Buckman, St.Clair, Bearing, Spoonhunter, SunRhodes, Ouray-Smith, and Gambler.

He was preceded in death by grandparents, Charles and Beatrice Potter, Harold Ouray, Eugene Goggles, Charlotte DeCouteau, Rose Bearing, Molly Trumbull, Angeline Spoonhunter, James and Bridget Trosper, Caroline Goggles, and Verna Thunder; aunts, Donna Ani and Harriette Trosper; uncles, Lory Gus Potter, Merton(Vera) Trosper, Willie Trosper, Kenneth Butch Trosper, Frank Armajo, and Dan Brown; and niece, Kai L. St.Clair.



On-line condolences may be made to the family at www.TheDavisFuneralHome.com.

Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.