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Davey Bryson
  • 61 years old
  • Date of birth: May 3, 1953
  • Date of passing: Nov 20, 2014
Let the memory of Davey be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Davey Bryson, 61, born on May 3, 1953 and passed away on November 20, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Lorraine Kirk on 20th November 2016

"The heartache and loss remain, but, the joy you brought lives on. Your not being with us is deeply felt, but, your memory is warmly cherished."

This tribute was added by Frank Peat on 20th November 2016

"Another year gone Davey and I am still missing you so much , I suppose it will be the same every year until we meet again , so rest in peace until then because when I come you will get no peace at all.  Sadly missed bro"

This tribute was added by Lorraine Kirk on 20th November 2015

"Your memory lives on, Davey.  This is a sad day, to be sure.  You are so missed."

This tribute was added by Frank Peat on 20th November 2015

"One year already bro and I am still shedding a tear , you are so sadly missed . I hope you have met danny up there in heaven , by the way he is English , tell him we all know now , sadly missed bro"

This tribute was added by Frank Peat on 20th November 2015

"One year already bro and I am still shedding a tear , you are so sadly missed . I hope you have met danny up there in heaven , by the way he is English , tell him we all know now , sadly missed bro"

This tribute was added by Frank Peat on 29th July 2015

"Well bro I never got to say goodbye that tragic weekend in Scotland , so here we go . You meant the world to me and a few of the lads, I remember when we met in the Albion public house in Acton you were great crack lively , but a tad deaf , we became great friends there and no matter where I worked you were always there visiting me .when we came to you and Lynn's wedding in Catalina this was one of the greatest days in my life , never mind yours , gotta go bro , with a tear in my eye , still can't believe you are not with us , but trust me you will never be forgotten RIP bro"

This tribute was added by Lorraine Kirk on 3rd May 2015

"Cheers to you, Ruby.  Thank you for your loving son."

This tribute was added by Lorraine Kirk on 3rd May 2015

"To remember you is easy, Davey;  to forget you is impossible.  Your birthday is marked on my calendar, and, will always be honored. HAPPY BIRTHDAY.
Lorraine"

This tribute was added by manny allbeury on 3rd May 2015

"On this day we usually start with a phone call to sing Happy Birthday to our dear friend Davey, sometimes even sing to him personally. Today is full of mixed feelings, knowing Davey is no longer with us physically  but also knowing Davey will always be with us spiritually. Jean and I bought 2 balloons and put a picture on them of Davey blowing out a candle on his 50th. We headed to Vancouver beach to release them, singing Happy Birthday as we did so. As we did so a bald eagle flew over us (symbolizes strength and hope). The balloons flew off high in the sky. Then we hopped in the car and Rod Stewart was on the radio singing "Young Turks". Everything had fallen into place. We just want to say THANK YOU DAVEY for being part of our lives."

This tribute was added by Lorraine Kirk on 18th December 2014

"A human Dynamo, a generous, kind, and, warm human being.  Gone too soon, but, leaving behind a reason for all of us to do our best, and, look,for all the good things in life, and, go for it !!  What an inspiration.
His mother in law,  Lorraine"

This tribute was added by andrew tinneveld on 8th December 2014

"I knew Davey Bryson on and off for over 30 years, Davey was a Scottish radical maverick, highly regarded monitor/sound engineer but most importantly a larger than life, amusing bon vivant, raconteur and general good time guy. Over the years I had many an amusing time with him in cities around the world as we promoted Glaswegian social graces!!
He was described by the more “po-faced” as “colourful”; I speak here from personal experience, this is shorthand for don’t light the touch paper! He was that type of man from Western Scotland who didn’t take no for an answer and would take on all comers if he thought the situation required, this approach is often misconstrued as being “difficult” but in reality it is a quality that has done our race very well over the centuries. Although I hadn’t seen Davey for some years he remains vivid in my memory and I shall miss his type of personality and humour, we need people like Mr Bryson in our lives.
My thoughts to his family and close ones.
RIP Mate……………………………………Andy Tinneveld"

This tribute was added by Frank Mercado on 6th December 2014

"Great guy will be missed..."

This tribute was added by Mick Shepherd on 27th November 2014

"Davey thanks for everything you taught me and for all the very good times I had in your company. A bright light has gone out. Sadly missed by your old mates. Rest in Peace."

This tribute was added by Rohan Wills on 24th November 2014

"It was a pleasure to have known you Davey, may you rest in peace."

This tribute was added by wally millar on 23rd November 2014

"I miss you pal but remember all the laughs we had.You will be sadly missed.RIP brother.A true gent."

This tribute was added by lynn kirk on 22nd November 2014

"Davey will forever be in our hearts, he will not be replaced. One of a kind, generous to a fault, kind, loyal and a true artist.  A love like no other."


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