Bryce Addison Neria

January 31, 1996January 2, 2020
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Bryce Addison Neria was born on January 31, 1996 in El Paso, Texas and passed away on January 2, 2020 in Fairfax, Virginia.


  • Rebecca Neria, Mother
  • Leopoldo F. Neria (Cristina Neria), Father
  • Adon Neria, Brother
  • Oliver Neria, Brother
  • Cooper Neria, Brother
  • Madeline Neria, Sister
  • Emily Neria, Sister (deceased)
  • Olivia Neria, Sister (deceased)
  • Edward Whitt, Grandfather (deceased)
  • Virginia Whitt, Grandmother
  • Heraldo Neria, Grandfather
  • Soledad Neria, Grandmother


  • PRIVATE Visitation Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Visitation Sunday, January 19, 2020
  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 19, 2020


Bryce Addison Neria

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Ivan Yanez

January 18, 2020

I’m deeply saddened to hear the unfortunate news of Bryce’s passing. I got the opportunity to meet Bryce at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) when we were studying our undergraduate. He was a very dedicated and passionate mentee. Always eager to learn about the field of computers. Bryce had the willingness to help other students at the university that made an impact into our lives. He will be greatly missed.

Prayers to Bryce and family,

Rebecca Neria

January 17, 2020

Bryce Addison Neria is testimony to the phrase, “The Good Ones Go First”. He enjoyed quality time with the people he loved. He has written several poems for Birthdays, Holidays, or just because he was thinking of me. His words have always touched my heart. He was a blessing and I feel that his time with us was way to short I will miss him! I Thank the Lord for sharing Bryce with me. I will treasure all my memories of him. I find a sense of peace knowing that Bryce is in heaven. I am honored that Bryce called me, Mom.

Erika Davey

January 17, 2020

Bryce had the greatest smile, those dimples were adorable!
No matter what was going on in his life he made a point to check in on the people that he loved.
Bryce enjoyed spending time with his Grandma Whitt who he called "my lady". When he lived in El Paso he would often take her out and spend the day with her. When he moved away he would call to keep in touch frequently.
We will miss him and his special ways of keeping those family ties.
As we grieve our family will do it's best to check in on "your lady" and one another because we know that's what he would do.
Bryce is at peace and we believe that we will be reunited one day with our Lord and Savior.

Althea Beverly

January 16, 2020

To the Family,

Upon meeting Bryce, you could not help but feel a connection to his kind spirit. He was a very professional, respectful, kind and considerate young man. The Governance team at DOT will miss him greatly.

On Tuesday, we lit a candle, blocked off his seat, spoke of his absence and ….A Moment of Silence was observed during the meeting in Memory of the Life of Bryce Addison Neria (NARM team) and a "Dedicated Member" of the Technical Review Change Board, better known as the (TRCB). Thank you for sharing such a kind soul with us. Our Thoughts and Prayers will always be with you.

Julie Aman

January 16, 2020

Bryce was a classmate in the MBA program at University of Dayton. What a smart, smiling light. I'm sorry for your pain. You are in my prayers.
Julie- student

Eduardo Chavez

January 16, 2020

No one is gone from our memory until the ripples their lives created in the still waters of the world die. And the ripples of love you have left will always remain in the memory of those you loved and those that forever will love you.

Gena Landeros

January 16, 2020

To know Bryce is to Love Bryce. He is my Sweet, Gentle, Kind Hearted, Loving Nefew. His Beautiful Loving Spirit Lives on. He has gone Home to be with his Creator. He will Forever be Smiling. I am thankful to have had beautiful countless memories of you. I will forever hold you and the memory of you deep inside my heart. I will see you in Paradise soon. I love you Bryce. We Love you always and forever. Love, The Landeros and Matteson Family.

Mary Lou Carbajal-Chavez

January 15, 2020

There are not any words that can express the pain of our broken hearts. I only have memories that radiate Love, Peace & Joy when thinking of Bryce. He touched many in a very special way and for that I will always be thankful. Rest in Peace Bryce, you are in God's loving arms. We love you.

Michael McCauley

January 15, 2020

I just wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss. Bryce was a wonderful young man that I was able to work with for a short time at DOT. He will truly be missed... God bless you all.


January 6, 2020

I will never forget Bryce. He was charming, witty, handsome, brilliant, loving and kind. Throughout high school, he hung out at our house as he spent time with my son Robert . He loved to come over and be part of our family during holidays or celebrations. All Robert had to tell him was "my mom is making her tres leches cake.," His response was "I'm there!" We love you Bryce. We miss you. Our prayers and condolences go out to his family.