Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like bananas
  • 40 years old
  • Born on August 14, 1977 in Tucson, Arizona, United States.
  • Passed away on November 30, 2017 in Tucson, Arizona, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bryan Loh, born on August 14, 1977 and passed away in November 2017.

Bryan was quick-witted and academically gifted, yet truly humble. He took the chance to help others whenever he could. Throughout the years, he remained down to earth, lived a simple lifestyle, and developed a strong affinity for cereal and wasabi peas, which he referred to as "the greatest snack." Forever we will remember him and his sarcastic sense of humor. 

 

Feel free to visit the tabs above titled:

- His Life to see highlights
- Gallery for photos
- Stories to upload your own photos and share your memories with us

We would love to hear about your memories of Bryan. You may also leave a tribute below. 


Note: To comment, the site requires you to create a login or login via Facebook--although the latter does not appear to be working. If you prefer, you can send your message to Stefanie and she can post it for you.


 

Posted by Bradley Simmons on 14th January 2018
Bryan and I were good friends during our years at U of A in the civil engineering program and took many of the same classes together. And like many others have posted, we just lost touch after college. I will always cherish our conversations and his great sense of humor. He will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.
Posted by Ena Tucker on 9th January 2018
Bryan and I met in one of our civil engineering classes when we were both students at the U of A. I could always count on Bryan to let me borrow his notes on days that I may have missed class. We spent a lot of time in our study groups during our college days. I remember your compassion for others, your sense of humor, and willingness to always pick up the slack from others. You will be missed, and I hope you found peace.
Posted by Hilary Taylor on 5th January 2018
Bryan and I were friends in college. He was a super sweet guy and very intelligent and kind. I enjoyed having him as a classmate and friend. I’m very sorry to hear of his passing.
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 31st December 2017
Bryan and I were in the civil engineering program at the UofA together and group members in our capstone project. Bryan was diligent, intelligent and humorous. He was ambitious beyond civil engineering and had a thirst for knowledge for something more. Bryan was a great teammate and friend, I am so sorry to hear of his passing. -Steven Hersker
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 30th December 2017
I’m really sorry to hear about Bryan. My prayers are with you. -Jeanette
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 30th December 2017
We were friends in high school but lost touch during college. He was a good guy and I’m saddened. I am sorry for your loss. -Allyson
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 30th December 2017
I am extremely sad and sorry for your loss. I went to HighSchool with Bryan and had lunch with him and a couple of other people that we kind of hung out together I think it was my Junior and Senior year. The last time I saw him was I'm not sure seven or eight years ago. I do know that he loved his family and his culture a lot. We actually dated for a couple months. Again I'm really sorry and give my deepest condolences to his parents. Bryan was extremely smart and a very sweet person. -Yesenia
Posted by Kellie Hernandez on 30th December 2017
Bryan and I knew each other through studying civil engineering at the U of A and were in the same group of friends. We also were in some groups together for a few group projects. When things got stressful, his great sense of humor was able to get me laughing again. I still use the mechanical pencil he gave me to replace the garbage one I had before. I will always remember his great sense of humor and what an all around great guy he was. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 30th December 2017
Bryan, I will truly miss you and the world is not the same without you. I will always remember you fidgeting with your wrist watch but always had time to help a friend out. May you rest in complete peace brother, your bud Cesar
Posted by Spencer Tang on 29th December 2017
Bryan, was part of a close group of friends that got to know one another through a common Civil Engineering major. You would often find us drinking and socializing on University, or studying in the CE lounge. Without a doubt, he was one of the smartest and most academically focused indivduals I met during my years at UofA and it is unfortunate that we grew apart after graduation. He will be missed.
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 29th December 2017
Bryan was a good guy. He will be missed. I pray for all his family who are grieving for him. -Esther Du
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 29th December 2017
I want to offer my condolences. I briefly knew Bryan back in 2007-2008 when we took several engineering classes together. -Johnson Truong
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 29th December 2017
I worked with Bryan and he was one of the funniest people I have met. I am so sorry for your loss. -Owen Davis
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 29th December 2017
I am incredibly saddened to hear of Bryan's passing. We lost touch a few years after high school. Then reconnected briefly on social media. He was ridiculously bright, kind and funny. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones. May you find comfort and solace in surprising places. -Suzy Murphy
Posted by Bryan's Friend on 29th December 2017
We worked at Circuit City together. Briefly but we got along. I wish I stayed more in contact. He was a cool guy, I was thinking about him the other day. I'm sorry for your loss. -Chris Curley
Posted by Stefanie Loh on 28th December 2017
Condolences to anyone who was lucky to know Bryan, and especially his immediate family. Bryan holds a special place in my heart, and in many others I'm sure. May he rest in peace and his memory live on forever.

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