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Ross Hollywood Chapel

4733 NE Thompson St, Portland, OR

OBITUARY

David William Bresnahan IV

December 8, 1984June 30, 2019

David William Bresnahan IV, 34, currently living in Portland OR, was born December 8th 1984. David died unexpectedly from a heart condition June 30th at his home in Portland. David grew up in Lincoln NE where he cultivated interests in culinary arts, body building, health and wellness, and travel. He enjoyed spending time at the lake with his friends and his dog Ruca. David’s love of food and passion for cooking, found him often making a mess in the kitchen creating fond memories with friends and family. While David was not the oldest child, he took on the role of protector for his siblings always going the extra mile for them.

David had an adventurous spirit and lived life to its fullest. He spent time travelling with his fiancé Marni O’Neill. His recent trip to Hawaii with his fiancé Marni he described as a trip of a life time. David was fortunate enough to find the love of his life back in 2014 when he was sick in the hospital. Marni was his nurse and cared for him while he was sick in the hospital. She continued to care for him and share life together with many laughs. David shared his passion for health and wellness working as a personal trainer in Portland.

David is survived by his fiancé Marni O’Niell, his Mother Tyne Burgess, his father Brian Burgess, his sister Sarah Bryant, his Brother Trent Burgess, his sister Lacey Burgess. David had no children.

David wished to be cremated and will have his ashes spread at Lincoln City Beach, a place special to him and Marni. We will hold a celebration of life at The Colony Apartment club house, 3741 Faulkner Dr. Lincoln, Nebraska on Sunday July 7, 2019 at 3pm-5pm

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