Bryan J. Lembke
1979 - 2018
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Bryan John Lembke Bryan J. Lembke passed away on November 8, 2018. Bryan was born on May 7, 1979 and was a beloved father, son, brother, and friend. His loss is a great one, but even greater was his love for life and having fun. The magnitude of his life and joy is immeasurable. His smile was radiant and his laughter was contagious. He was quick to share both with friends old and new. Bryan attended St. John Bosco High School where he found a great love for sports like football and basketball. His favorite pastime was watching games with his father, especially Notre Dame football. He always said his dad was his best friend. He is survived by his son, Bradley Lembke; mother, Helen Lembke; father, David Lembke; brother and sister-in-law, Michael Lembke and Rebecca Rossi; brother, Kevin Lembke; nephews, Jackson and Giovanni Lembke; uncle, Jack Lembke; and long-time girlfriend, Jaime Lynn Allen. A memorial service will be held in the chapel at St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, a donation page has been created for Bryan's son, Bradley at https://www.gofundme.com/remembering-bryan-lembke. Please sign the guestbook at www.luybendilday.com and presstelegram.com/obits Luyben Dilday Mortuary (562) 425-6401


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Published in Press-Telegram on Nov. 13, 2018.
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November 15, 2018
Sending my condolences to Bryan's son, family and friends, from one of his St. Joseph's sisters, Class of '97.
Renee Glosecki
November 15, 2018
Please accept our sincere condolences on Bryan's passing. We'll forever remember his open and cheerful personality, his good humor and irrepressible smile.
Rocky & Forrest Smith
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To the family of Bryan,
The staff at El Dorado Regional Park and Nature Center are so sorry for your loss. In regards to the memorial at the park could a family member please contact me at (562) 570-1746. Thank you, Meaghan O'Neill, Park Supervisor.
Meaghan O'Neill
November 14, 2018
You will never be forgotten. Too many people love you. To your parents and your son, my heartfelt condolences and prayers always. Whenever I hear your name or say your name I will smile with tears in my eyes. I know exactly where you are and I know God has his arms around you. Kristy will be next to hug you. Love you Bryan.
Danna Sanders
November 14, 2018
I am gonna miss you so much Bryan you are such a good friend to me for so many years. I cant hardly breathe when I think about you it hurts my heart too much to think of you not being just a phone call away. I am forever thankful for our friendship and all of the great memories we share. I will hold them close to my heart. Until we meet again my friend, RIP and know I love you with all I had and heaven is even better with you there. You broke the mold when god created you! I know I will never meet another man, another soul, another friend like you B.
I miss you
Alicia
Alicia Medrano
Friend
November 14, 2018
It breaks my heart to even be writing this but I want your family to know how much you were loved by all your friends. You always looked out for Kristy and Katherine like they were you sisters. You always had not only there backs but everyone of your friends. You had such a smile and loud laughter that feeled the room. Your son Bradley was your pride and joy. He made you feel proud and you Loved him very much. Sometimes life was not so good for you but you never gave up you always made the best of what you were handed and moved on. You will be missed dearly and I know you will still be watching over Bradley as he grows into a man. RIP my dear friend thank you for all the fun times you brought to all of us. ❤ Shelley Pesanti
Shelley Pesanti
November 13, 2018
This just doesn't seem right having to leave you a message on your obituary page. I remember when we had one for Kristy. I would go on it countless times to read what her friends and loved ones wrote. It somehow brought me comfort reading all the loving, caring and funny stories people took time out to write. Im hoping that your family will find peace and smiles as they read tributes to you. You are now a guardian angel for so many now. Even though you leave this world, it doesn't mean your not here with us all. You will live on, in memories, and hearts. The legacy you leave and unforgettable laugh will continue to be talked about for centuries to come! God bless you Bryan on your heavenly journey. Until we meet again, keep watching over those who long for your presence.
Katherine Pesanti
November 13, 2018
I am so sorry Mike, Becky, boys and to Bryan's whole family. Sending our love from Iowa.
Peggy & Mike Rossi
November 13, 2018
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Susan and Stephen Carlson
November 13, 2018
Bryan had the most incredible laugh and a room lit up when he walked in. You always knew when he arrived. He loved practically everyone he met, but no one more than his his son Bradley. They had been spending many hours together since Bradley moved back to Southern California last year. Will miss him greatly. Love you, B!
Joanne Trupp
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