Bryan Christopher Fly

March 21, 2001November 14, 2021

Bryan Christopher Fly, 20, of Naples Florida passed away Sunday November 14, 2021.

Bryan was born on March 21, 2001 in Naples Florida to parents Aaron and Shannon Fly.

Bryan is the oldest of three Children. His charm, wit, and infectious smile made him loved by everyone who met him. He was an avid soccer player and played on the varsity team during high school.

A fourth generation firefighter, Bryan was following in his dad’s footsteps starting his career at Greater Naples Fire District, where his dad currently works. In his spare time

Bryan loved to hang out with his family, fish with his little brother Luke, and annoy his baby sister Natalie. He loved riding his motorcycle with his friends and enjoy life.

Bryan is survived by his parents Aaron and Shannon Fly, his younger brother Luke Fly, his younger sister Natalie Fly, maternal grandparents Dale and Nancy Vanderploeg, paternal grandmother Yvonne Fly, maternal great grandparents Tony and Elaine James, paternal great grandmother Juanita Fly, along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Bryan was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Thomas Fly.

A celebration of life is being held at 1:00 pm Saturday, November 27, 2021 at a family Residence.


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Noah Baker

November 20, 2021

I remember when Bryan, Luke, Logan, and I would go to our grandparent's, we would have a blast. I might have been the oldest, but we never went by age, always by height, and thank god Bryan was the tallest; he was a born leader. We all had some fantastic times when our parents would get together for the holidays; we would be out there playing football and soccer, which he was a star at. No one could have asked for a better cousin.

Lisa Sampsell

November 19, 2021

Jeffrey . Harley and I have great memories at BCE with Brian. I worked with his grandmother Nancy and went to many of Halloween parties at the family has had.
Our condolences and love from our family to yours. Brian will be in our hearts forever.
Lisa Sampsell