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I grew up with Bryan and his family, and have nothing but happy memories of him. Though he had his demons, I will always remember his smile and light heart. Our families camped together every summer and the memories of those trips will never leave me. Though it has been several years since we’ve seen each other, he will always feel like family. I hope you are at peace Bryan, and give your mom a big squeeze for me. Also let her know I’ve stopped picking the rye chips out of the gardetto mix. She always hated that....
~ Rachel Ravey - July 16, 2019
Bryan was my little brother. We didn't have a great relationship, as sometimes siblings don't. As a kid, he was so smart. He got straight A's and B's without even studying. He was tall and handsome and popular. He had such a kind soul, always there for anyone when they needed him. He had such a great group of friends in High School and College. He'd give you the shirt off his back literally. He spent many years after college traveling for his job and seeing many states. He was a minimalist. Literally could fit most of his possessions in a suitcase. He loved to go fishing and camping. I'm glad that he got to go one last time and enjoy a beautiful weekend with our Dad and his good friend. The last 10 years were hard for him. I really hope he is at peace now and that he has laid his demons to rest. I hope that he is with my mom, if that's possible, and that they are enjoying lost time together doing all the things they loved to do.
RIP baby brother! I love you!
~ Sara Toebe - July 16, 2019
In 1984 my parents built a new house, which then, was in the middle of nowhere. I was leaving all my neighborhood friends behind, and heading to a new territory with no friends. One of the first kids I met just up the street was, Bryan. He was 6, and I was 8. He was my first best friend in the new neighborhood. We did everything together back then...we both got trick bikes, and sucked at it...we both got skateboards, and sucked at it...we slept over, we played light as a feather stiff as a board, we road buses, we pooled our paper route money and went halfsies on cassette tapes (we each got the tape for two days), we built launch ramps, we built half pipes, we went to Y dances, we sat in his dad’s van and talked about the girls we wanted to kiss, we got the Wrestle Mania’s on pay per view, we went to roller rinks, we sat in his front room and yo-yo’d while we listened to Every Rose Has It’s Thorn for hours, we played Nintendo all day, we had tent parties, we killed squirrels in his grandpas back yard with slingshots, and we lit his neighbors fence and tree on fire with firecrackers during a drought. Bryan was a straight A student in grade school and middle school. He was smart, he was kind, and he was a great friend. Like so many neighborhood friends, you lose touch through the years. It’s nobody’s fault really, it just sort of happens one day. I didn’t see Bryan a lot as I got older. Bryan had his problems, but you wouldn’t know it if you asked him. I’d see him from time to time, and he was always smiling and happy, a good guy always looking to help if he could. No matter what the situation, we always would talk about the old days and have a good laugh. I always thought of him fondly in that strange sort of untouchable childhood bond way, that never seems to really ever pass. This breaks my heart. I will miss you buddy. You rest easy, and I’ll see you when I get there, we’ll laugh about the old days.
~ Kurt Gunn - July 16, 2019
Bryan was a great guy, arguably the funniest guy I’ve ever known - some humor intentional, some not.
Beyond middle school and high school days, had the pleasure of spending the summer of 2004 on the road with him traveling the country on a mobile marketing tour. Spending 24 hours a day with someone isn’t easy but he was a pro in every aspect of the job whether it be interacting with people at events, working long days in 100 degree heat or driving 1,000 miles in a day.
Kindhearted, smart, funny, a true original. We’ll miss you Bids.
~ Barry T - July 15, 2019
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