Brian Wayne Bomberger Sr.
I am truly still blown away that Brian was taken from this earth so soon. He was a very special kind of person, the kind this world needs more of. I got in touch with him after the 30th HS Reunion because I saw the labels he made up for the wine. He sent me two and just asked that I send him a check to help with the cost of the printing. I miss his jokes and playing words with friends. God Speed. Your friend, Tammy Roy
Miss you Friend/classmate! Who will I play words with friends at 2am? Who will I be laughing with at 3am about a word! We have a game open now...I guess we will finish when I get over in glory. ..See you Brian when I get home. PRAYERS and LOVE to the family and love ones of BRIAN BOMBERGER.
Brian you will be dearly missed, I have some of the sweetest memories of us growing up, lots and lots of laughs, you will truly be missed, even God needs a jokester around, your life was short but full, and our memories are forever. love you.
Couldn't even remember the last time I saw Brian before May of 2012. We happened to get to talking again & he asked if I wanted to make a motorcycle ride to D.C. For the Rolling Thunder Veterans Rally. I agreed & traveled from Denver to Texarkana to meet him. Finally was able to see Aunt Lou, Jay & Linda & their families. That alone was worth the ride. We then left for D.C. & rode all over that Eastern US. We rode in nice weather, driving rain & 108 deg heat. Such an adventure & not enough room to tell it all. This was the 25th anniversary of Rolling Thunder & there was something over 500K bikes, with us 2 a very small part of it. Gone nearly 3 weeks. Don't know the miles for Brian but mine was 5301. I'll always remember that ride & recalling memories of Brian & our fun. So glad we got together
I miss you Brian! I am sure you are telling so my jokes in heaven. You will be missed by your family and friends. I definitely considered you a friend.