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Bryan Lee Pack

Birth Date: July 22, 1957
Death Date: March 23, 2015

Celebration of Life Memorial Service
April 4, 2015
10:00 am
Sacramento: Sunset Lawn Chapel of the Chimes Main Chapel
4701 Marysville Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95838
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  1. When I first met Bryan it was 2005 at a B.B.Q. over at Corky's home… Corky had a get together to have me meet his family and to have his family meet me and my mom… Bryan had long hair in a pony tail, Bryan was tall and on the thin side… Bryan was quite and a kind man… I remember when I would leave Bryan and Dorthy's house I would give my brother in-law Bryan and mother in-law a hug every time I left their home… Bryan wasn't use to getting hugs at first and then Bryan did get use to me giving him and Dorthy hugs when it was time for me to go home… I do miss saying good morning to Bryan and wishing Bryan to have a good day and Bryan would say "don't let those baby's give you a had time just show them who's the boss." I do miss asking Bryan after I would get home from work, how was his day; and Bryan would say ok or so so and Bryan would ask me how was my day too… I know Bryan is FREE… No more trouble with trying to breath, no more seeing darkness and no more pain, now he is Free to travel and do what he always wanted to see and do… I.R.P Bryan you will be dearly missed!! Debbie Pack

  2. My dear friend Bryan is finally free!!!!!! He can see again, eat and enjoy his new journey pain free, I miss you and all our talks, but I'm happy that you are with your family once again. Give your mom and Jeanette huge hugs from me! You fought a brave fight. Your illness destroyed your body but not your since of humor, your kindness or your love. You are now a shining star watching over all of us, whenever I walk outside I look up at the dark sky and say hi to you, Jeanette and Frank! Enjoy your new journey friemd,,,,,,,,,,I know you still hear me talking to you, Love and respect your friend forever Debby Avila

  3. Bryan was my Partner in crime when we were young, we shared many memories together and many sorrows together. you are the bravest person I have ever met, you have been thru so much pain, you were ready to go, and we watched you past and we shared many memories together. I am so happy you are not in any more pain. you are free now and we will met in Heaven again, Love and Miss you

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