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Alan Bryant

Entrepreneur and Adventurer, dies at 60

Alan T. Bryant, 60, most recently of Evergreen, Colorado, died on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 following a sudden cardiac arrest suffered while on a hiking trip in New Mexico.

Alan was born in Corvallis, Oregon and was raised in Northern California and Seattle. He graduated from Shorecrest High School and the University of Washington with a degree in Computer Science. In the late 1980s, Alan founded The Macabe Associates, a computer consulting and programming firm in Seattle. Under Alan's skilled direction, the company enjoyed tremendous success and a reputation for excellence in the industry. He sold the firm in 1998 to a large software publisher, and went to work for that company as a Vice President.

But Alan's passion has always been travel and the outdoors, so when he was able to, he and his wife, Kitrina Bryant, left their corporate jobs to begin more than a decade of travel adventures. From the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, to the savannas of Kenya, from the windy roads of Europe to rustic trails in the Andes, Alan and Kit roamed and traveled, enjoying life and each other.

In addition to far-flung fun, many of Alan and Kit's adventures were closer to home, as they enjoyed time at their property in the San Juan Islands and discovered a new love of boating and crabbing in the surrounding waters.

Alan is survived by his wife of 17 years, Kitrina, his grown children, Kieffer Bryant and Kalise Bryant, his three siblings, and a large network of extended family and friends who knew and love, and will forever miss Alan.

A gathering to remember Alan will be held on Sunday February 19, 2017 from 11:00 until 3:00 at the Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland, WA. A light lunch and refreshments are planned. To honor Alan, please consider a donation to a terrier rescue fund: http://jackrussellrescueowi.org/.

As you know, Alan

loved his terriers.
Published in The Seattle Times on Feb. 5, 2017
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