Dear Teri and Ron,
I was so saddened to learn of Bob's passing. The over-flow crowd at his memorial is a testament to the positive impact he had on everyone he met. He was kind, generous, energetic, focused, funny, meticulous and compassionate, and the list could go on and on.
He was a great dad and I remember many happy hours that our kids spent together on play dates in elementary school. When our kids went to two different high schools our paths didn't cross as much, but every once in a while we would see each other at a store and we would chat about our kids and he'd tell me about his latest PTA project or school involvement, and he was, of course, all smiles and laughing a lot as usual. I think one of the greatest legacies Bob left was the fine young man that he and Teri raised Ron to be. Ron did a great job eulogizing his dad at Bob's memorial. Ron was poised, honest, thoughtful, analytical, strong, and brave, qualities no doubt instilled in him by his dad, Bob Bryan. Though he was taken from us far too early, I feel blessed to have known him. Sincerely, Ruth Blayney and family
I met Bob and Teri over 21 years ago when I moved to Pepperwood Avenue. I met Ron, their youngest son soon thereafter, when they brought him home to stay. I liked Bob,right away, as I found him to be witty, kind and always willing to give a helping hand. I considered Bob to be a very good friend of mine and I will miss him very much.
It is unfortunate that so many of Bob's family was reunited with him so recently. I believe we all missed knowing a wonderful man. How lucky for him to have such a loving wife and son who were with him to the end. Our love and prayers to all his family.
Bob, We pray the Lord will wrap you and your family in his warm, secure and loving arms. Kaye and Phillip Bryan - New Baltimore, MI
the Wilson P.T.A will always remember your passion, and willingness to jump in to making things better for the students at Wilson high,and your wonderful smile! You will be missed.
Raquel Landworth- Kleinhenz