OBITUARY

William Bryan Park II

March 7, 1966February 4, 2019

William Bryan Park II, also known as Bryan or Uncle B, lost his fight on 2/4/19 around 9:30pm. Bryan grew up in Altamonte Springs and graduated from Lake Highland Prep, where he played football and soccer. After highschool, he attended Rollins and graduated in 1988. He furthered his education at UF law school. He was a Public Defender for 25 years and was very good at his job. His life mantra was “ I Defend the wrongfully accused and I have a strong sense of social justice”. He was also a musician (guitarist) at heart and always wanted to “get the band back together.” He loved his sports as well, rooting on the Boston RedSox, Miami Dolphins and of course….the Florida Gators. Bryan is survived by his daughters Madeline Park and Sydney Park, his parents Will and Evie Park, his siblings Chris Park (Kristy Park) and Anne-Marie Park Miller (David Miller), his aunt Rose Weekley, and his nieces and nephews Hailey Miller, Brittney Miller, Noel Miller, Sophie Park, Logan Park and Austin Park. He will be greatly missed. There will be a memorial service celebrating Bryans life at Park Lake Presbyterian Church 309 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32801 Church at 2pm on Friday. In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations to be sent to Grace Medical Home or Park Lake Presbyterian Church.

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REMEMBERING

William Bryan Park II

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JoAnne McCall

February 7, 2019

Evie and Billy,
My heart is broken for you. I can imagine nothing more devasting than the loss of a child.
May God help ease your pain.

Jo Anne McCall


Donna Jones

February 7, 2019

I remember parties/ celebrations when your house would be full of people and in the midst of all the crazy fun, there were two distinct bursts of joy billowing out of the crowd— Chris’ and Bryan’s laughter. When those two started teasing each other or when they were on a hot topic of conversation, you could always be sure to hear their voices rising above the noise with colorful exchanges (ha) and that loud and loving laughter.

Love you all.

Danielle Engle

February 6, 2019

Bryan was always the craziest guy but the coolest cat .....rest in peace ...Dani

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY