Bryan-Kennedy-Obituary

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Bryan Jeffery Kennedy

Amarillo, Texas

Dec 30, 1977 – Sep 12, 2016

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BORN
December 30, 1977
DIED
September 12, 2016
LOCATION
Amarillo, Texas

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Griggs-Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors Obituary

Bryan Jeffrey Kennedy, 38, died Monday, Sept. 12, 2016.Bryan Jeffrey Kennedy was born Dec. 30, 1977, and died Sept. 12, 2016. Bryan was born and raised in Amarillo and graduated from Amarillo High School in 1996, and West Texas A&M University in 2000. He was a production specialist at Bell...

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To the Kennedy family, may God be with you. Words can never say what will ease the pain of your loss. Know that my prayers and thoughts are with you.

Dear Bel
You know my thoughts and prayers are with you. When you want someone to just listen to every Bryan story and cry with you, you know you can call. I will be here. Others have been here for me. You have my heart,my prayers and my hugs.

Belanie, I just wanted to express my deepest condolences. I am so very sorry for your loss. May God and his Angels surround you and your family in your time of need.

Belanie, Owen, & Chad...know you are in our prayers always but just little bit more during this time of loss & grief. A parent should never have to bury their child. Bryan was a caring, sensitive, & happy young man with a great sense of humor and a spot-on sense of family. We know you are especially proud of the young man you raised, as well as all of his successes in every aspect of his life. Bryan will continue to live on in your hearts & through your memories. He is now in...

Belanie, Owen and Chad,
Bless you all and may God grant you peace and strength.
Bryan was always a inviting soul to see at the golf course, always had a smile and took the time to ask how we were doing and to have a conversation. He will be missed by us.
So very sorry for your loss.
We send our love,
Tanya , Lee , Alex and Zane Martinez

I remember in 4th grade when I had recently moved to Amarillo, Bryan was one of the first to invite me over to spend the night at his house. What made those times particularly cool was that we'd watch late-1980's rated-R action movies that I was not allowed to see at home. Bryan will be missed. I am praying for his family--may you all know that you're not alone during this time.

We are shocked and very sad to hear of your loss. We have so many good memories of our kids growing up together in sports. Our hearts cannot imagine your pain. May God be with you. Wayne & Janice Hancock

May you rest in peace Brian, you will be missed by so many.

Thanks for being a really good friend to me and being there for me while back I know you will be cutting it up and joking round up in haven like you would do at work love you man me and holly aka mark will miss you bud.