Let the memory of Bryan be with us forever
  • 57 years old
  • Born on December 2, 1956 .
  • Passed away on May 15, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bryan Kendzia, 57, born on December 2, 1956 and passed away on May 15, 2014. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Jo Reese on 24th January 2018
I knew Bryan long ago. I even drove his awesome Chevelle. I just heard about what happened. I'm so sorry for those who were close to him. I randomly looked up Bryan online, wondering what became of him after that "fateful incident". I had some great times with Bryan. He was lots of fun. After all these years, the shocking outcome truly saddened me.
Posted by Simone Thompson on 16th November 2017
Did you all forget Brian? I'll never forget him!
Posted by Simone Thompson on 19th May 2017
Jason, please contact me on schweizer.s@hispeed.ch because of Bryan.
Posted by Jason Kyrou on 1st March 2017
I have not thought about Bryan for a long time and I knew him as "Don Howard" or "Donny" We spent some time together up in Toronto Canada back in the 80's. What got me thinking of him was after watching True Detective. His likeness to Matthew McConaughey was uncanny. I'm so sorry to hear he has passed. Bryan used to help me with my 1966 Chevelle SS. He was the kindest soul and will live on in my heart forever. God bless......Jason
Posted by Simone Thompson on 2nd December 2016
Always in our mind
Posted by Mark Dean on 14th December 2015
I am out of this funk finally, wishing you a late birthday. Wrote to your mom, no reply.
Posted by Simone Thompson on 1st September 2015
Brian I'm sad that you're gone. Because of you, I have found the love of my life, my beloved husband Larry. Thank you Brian, rest in peace You'll never be forgotten
Posted by Simone Thompson on 1st May 2015
It was a miscarriage of Justice, a lost life without reason!!!!! I will forever think of you
Posted by Simone Thompson on 1st May 2015
Brian I will ever remember you
Posted by Simone Thompson on 26th January 2015
Dear Bryan I'll never forget you Love Simone
Posted by Mark Dean on 25th January 2015
Bryan, Things do not work out so good for us, I got out of the hospital yesterday after the VA told me my heart was fluttering like a bird. Gosh I am under so much stress... your advice of a 22 slug is notable and sincere. A shame I cannot address you directly as I do for my Mum. And the job prospects have altered.....heavy construction equipment to fix now and hopefully restart a pool company. Take Care-Mark
Posted by Mark Dean on 21st December 2014
All right Bryan! Merry Christmas to you and your peeps. I am finally writing to your Mum today...I had attempted to write before four times- only that it wasn't sincere. I cannot place you in this present world, yours is a better one now. Me- i am struggling with the Veterans Administration and my own travails. I finished my school year with a 3.4 average; found out on June 1st. Bryan, it was when you came up north in 1972 and we found a burnt out 911 at the auto recyclers... we made a promise to someday work on these fancy cars. Well that may come true for me now... a 1973 911 awaits my loving touch and a 1974 Targa is in Atlanta waiting to be transported down to Orlando. I may have a new ride of my own soon , it is a 2002 Jaguar X type coupe.. comes with a Mazda 2.5 FWD. Likely we will see each other soon. Cousin Mark

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