Bryan W. Compton III
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Hollomon-Brown Funeral Homes - Bayside Chapel
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Virginia Beach, VA
Bryan W. Compton III
Virginia Beach - Bryan Whitfield Compton, III, age 55, passed away unexpectedly August 23, 2013, at his home from natural causes.
He was born in Annapolis, MD, to retired RADM Bryan Whitfield Compton, Jr. and the late Mary Taylor Compton. Bryan was a long-time resident of the beach, and was a passionate musical entertainer. He loved piano, drums, singing, and painting.
He is survived by his father of Demopolis, AL; one brother, David of Manassas, VA; and two sisters, Mary Catherine of Jacksonville, FL and Ann of Tuscaloosa, AL; and four nephews and two nieces.
A memorial service will be held at Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home at 1457 Independence Blvd. on Sunday, Sept 15, at 2 p.m., where the family will receive friends for one hour prior to the service. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.hollomon-brown.com

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Published by The Virginian-Pilot on Sep. 8, 2013.
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Think about Bryan from time to time especially when you hear about how a particular musician made it I always felt if he had the talent to go all the way
Craig Hanley
Friend
September 7, 2020
A fellow Thoroughgood local and good friend who always took the time to keep in touch. I'll seeing him perform and playing checkers after gigs.
Craig Hanley
September 14, 2013
I was so sorry to hear about Brian's passing in the paper. We were good friends growing up in Thoroughgood. My deepest sympathies go out to David, Ann and the rest of the family. Brian was a unique and extremely talented man. He would often come over to my mother's house and play our grand piano to our amazement. He will be sorely missed.

With my deepest sympathies,

Doug Blume
September 14, 2013
Surprised and sorry to hear of Bryan's death. I used to have a good time coming over and playing drums to his organ, piano. I remember all of you in the family, and the pool, and, of course, the one of a kind "Bomb Shelter." I've been in KY for 20 yrs. and hadn't seen Bryan in decades. My deepest sympathies to you all. Will be praying for you, that God's peace and presence will comfort you.

Hilary Claypool
from Thoroughgood
Hilary Claypool
September 10, 2013
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