Bryan Jay Malone

Obituary

Bryan Malone, 53, died August 30, 2020. He leaves behind more broken hearts than can be counted, his children Abigail and Evan, his parents Jack and Sharon, his brother Brett, his partner Wendy, who brought happiness into his life, his uncle and fishing buddy Pat Burke and Kate, his two best friends Kolya Tefft and Brian Laurence, who were by his side during this last journey, his same age uncles Kerry and Greg Malone and many more family and friends.

Bryan served his country for four years in the Air Force stationed in England and Turkey. Bryan enjoyed working at his company Technical Systems Inc. His parents would like to thank Bryan’s TSI family for their loyalty and support.

Bryan will be cremated. A Celebration of Life will be scheduled after Covid. No flowers please.

Guestbook

  • Greg and Denise Malone says:

    Bryan was truly one in a billion.

  • Abby malone says:

    You were an amazing dad. Love you forever.

  • Mae Alice Burke says:

    Thank you for all of the wonderful memories. Thanksgiving will not be the same without your campfire songs. I will always think of you when I hear American Pie.

  • Lisa Hood says:

    My condolences to the family. I’m so sorry for your loss!

  • Evan Malone says:

    I love you dad I’m glad you were my father

  • Eric Gunn says:

    I met Bryan playing soccer in England. We played on the base team, RAF Alconbury, and in a Sunday league for the Upwood Rovers. We all became brothers.

  • Danny Pyburn says:

    RIP my brother, glad I got to know you and serve with you. Fly high!

  • Tom Millward says:

    I am sorry for your loss. I knew Bryan since he was born. He was always great person. He will be dearly missed by everybody that knew him,

  • Edward Palasthy says:

    My dear friend Bryan,
    You will be missed, you were/are the Webster’s definition of Friend For Life. 30 years: Best friends in Tech School, RAF Alconbury and Best Man at my Wedding, here in Florida, and as my boss in Baton Rouge. God bless, I love ya my friend.

  • Kole Tefft says:

    Love You My Brother

  • Eric Block says:

    We will always remember that blond little boy we met when he was five years old. We have Wonderful memories of our families camping at MacKerricher State Park, watching Jennifer, Stephanie, Brett and Bryan in holiday programs at Faith United Methodist Church and watching Bryan play soccer as a wonderful defensive player and too many more memories to count.
    We want to thank Bryan for his military service. Our hearts go out to Jack and Sharon and his entire family.
    Judie and I are two of the broken hearts left behind. RIP Bryan

  • Brad Peistrup says:

    Bryan,
    Thanks for joining the TSI family. Your hard work ethic, integrity. and dedication was greatly appreciated. Our company is better off because of you. Rest easy my friend. Sending love and prayers to your friends and family.

  • Wendy Jenkins says:

    Bryan, you were kind, generous and fun. I will always miss you!

  • Gary Conley says:

    Bryan, we will miss you at TSI. We greatly appreciated your talent and your hard work, but most of all knowing you as kind and a person always easy to work with. Thoughts and prayers to your family. Rest In Peace.

  • Melissa McCarthy says:

    Oh Bryan,
    Thank you for always being there, no matter what you were doing. You will be missed by so many. You were a great son, dad and friend… Take good care of Grandma, until we can all get there!!! I love you dearly,
    Melissa McCarthy

  • Myndi Hughes says:

    Bryan, thank you for all the laughs and all of the wonderful memories. I will forever miss you my friend. My love to all of your loved ones.

  • CONNIE MORALES says:

    Bryan the last time we spoke you told me you were happier than you had ever been. That is how I will always remember you. There is a hole in our heart that can never be filled.

  • Buster (Lewis Smith) says:

    Bryan, you were one of the most caring, giving friends I have been lucky enough to have had in my life, thank you. You were always there. I love you and will miss you terribly. My heart goes out to all of your friends and family for the loss we so deeply feel.

  • Erik Gantenbein says:

    I am very saddened to have heard the news of Bryans passing. My heart is with the family and his many friends. I can’t help but think about the movie Stand by me and the last line regarding friends we had when we were twelve. I suppose we all have many best friends in our lives, and while it may have been years ago, I can proudly say that he was one of mine. Although we drifted apart, we connected on occasion through the years most recently last year and I know we shared a lasting bond. Rest in peace my friend.

  • stephanie parker says:

    My heart goes out to all of you. Grateful for all the memories. RIP Bryan

  • Ryan Hickey says:

    I am so sad and sorry to learn about Bryan’s passing. My thoughts and prayers to the entire Malone family. I will always think of fond times with him in little league and soccer. Bryan truly was one of the genuinely good-hearted people.

  • John J Banaghan says:

    I am truly sad. Bryan and I served together at RAF Woodbridge and RAF Alconbury. We traveled together all over: England, Ireland, Greece, Germany, and Austria. Austria was by accident and when we realized where we were Bryan’s quick wit quipped, “Austria? It’s like Wisconsin. We zip in, we zip out.” 27 years later he makes me smile… even today. I’ve been going through pictures and remembering a great, funny friend. I am sad Big B is gone. My heart goes out to his family and friends.

  • Kim and David Chen says:

    Any time I fish, I’ll think of you. I’ll think of the first after-hours meeting we had with Tesco friends, the poker parties at JCs, riding together to SF with LS, when Dave and I opened the door in NOLA and you were standing there, hours together in the field, deep-sea fishing trips, and becoming close enough to just sit together and pass the time.
    For Abbey and Evan–when I became a parent your dad talked about his joys of being a dad, and we knew how important you were to him. He had an excellent work ethic and the patience he showed toward me as a new programmer was a lesson I’ll always remember: be kind, teach others, and stay positive. Your dad was always positive; almost always smiling. We were fortunate to be his friends.
    Whenever I fish, I’ll fish with him in my heart.
    Sending love and support from afar to you, your grandparents, Wendy, and his many, many friends.
    Kim and Dave

  • Carlo Tomaselli says:

    I met Bryan thru our love of the sport of Soccer. Football/Footy as it is referred to in England where we both served our country while stationed at RAF Alconbury. Bryan was respected and loved by those you got to know him. He was supportive, caring, a gentle giant,
    what I would give for another moment in his company.
    RIP my brother from another mother, YOU’LL NEVER WALK ALONE.
    Carlo A. Tomaselli, USAF Retired MSgt

  • Dwight Martenia says:

    Sorry for your loss. I will not forget his big heart and great smile. Bryan will be greatly missed.

  • Jack and Sharon Malone says:

    We have loved Bryan since he was born. To read how many others loved him as well is heart warming. To hear him described as a loyal friend, his honesty, integrity and his high ethics. Those are all definitions of Bryan.
    Bryan and his dad shared their love of hunting and fishing. Bryan and I shared our love of soccer. We both watched the
    English Premier League. We talked about players, teams, and club standings.
    Another of the million things I shall miss.
    Jack and I would like to thank everyone for their tributes to our Bryan
    Sharon

  • Kerry Malone says:

    Bryan you were more of a brother than a nephew. We always tried to get that last trick in pinochle against your dad and our success rate was miserable. The times we spent in New Orleans will always be memorable. Love you brother I will never forget you.

  • Bryan,
    Thank you for being such a great friend. I will cherish all the great memories. You will be deeply missed. My heart and prayers go out to your family and friends. Rest In Peace my friend.
    Kimberly Sharp

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