Hailing from Redding, California, Bryan joined the Navy in 1985. Over his 20-year career as a hospital corpsman, Bryan was stationed at naval hospitals in Guam, Japan and Bremerton. He was also stationed aboard the USS DeWert out of Mayport, Florida, which gave him the opportunity to visit ports in the Mediterranean and South America.
Upon his retirement from the Navy in 2005, Bryan transitioned into the funeral industry as a family service counselor, later becoming a funeral director in 2007 and assistant manager in 2014. Bryan is married, has 3 children and enjoys spending time with his family hiking, camping and riding his Harley-Davidson. Bryan has been with us for over a decade and looks forward to continuing to serve his community with dignity and honor.
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