Bryan A. Hall

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Bryan A. Hall

Bryan A. Hall It is with great sadness that the family of Bryan A. Hall, 36, shares the news of his sudden death after a heart attack on Friday, March 8, 2019.
A native of Lewiston, Bryan was born on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, 1982. As a young man, Bryan attended Sacred Heart Villa, Stella Niagara and St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute. He enjoyed playing sports, summers on the Jersey Shore with his family, and making mischief with his friends around Lewiston. After high school, Bryan attended Syracuse University, where he played on the rugby team, graduating from the School of Management.
Upon graduation, Bryan was hired by Toyota Financial Services, and began what would become quite the 15-year ride, crisscrossing the United States. With Toyota, Bryan was fortunate enough to have earned a variety of opportunities to grow his career within the company, working in offices in CT, MA, MD, NY, and finally ending up in, Plano, TX, developing a great number of cherished friendships along the way.
Although Bryan took great pride in his work for Toyota, what meant the most to him were his wife and daughters. Bryan found great joy in spending time with his family, traveling, participating in his girls' events and finding fun in everyday activities at home. Bryan's wife, Liz, was the love of his life. They met during high school, were married in 2007, and have been inseparable ever since. Bryan's first love though, and ultimately his Sunday afternoon mistress, was the Buffalo Bills. No matter where Bryan lived, and what was going on, Sunday was for the Bills! The Bills were the source of a few highs, and all too many lows in Bryan's life, but a glutton for punishment, Bryan never lost faith. In addition to his love of the Bills, Bryan was known to be a Sabres, Mets and Syracuse Orange fan. When Bryan was at Black Iron Crossfit, doing his muscle ups, snatches and deadlifts, you could be sure he'd be representing one of his favorite teams on a shirt or a pair of shorts.
Bryan's family and friends would all say that 36 years was entirely too short a period of time for Bryan to be with us, but Bryan accomplished quite a bit in those 36 years and has left an indelible mark on everyone who knew him. Even though Bryan has left us too soon, and we will all miss him tremendously, we have a lifetime of wonderful memories to remember him by. During this difficult time, we can only hope that Bryan's family and friends will "circle the wagons" in support of his wonderful wife and amazing daughters.
Bryan will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Elizabeth; and his beautiful daughters, Eva and Emily; their dogs, Bailey and Oscar; as well as his parents, Robert and Barbara Hall; his sister, Tina (Neil) Feibusch; his father-in-law, Robert Wawro; his brother-in-law, Rodney Wawro; his niece, Alyssa; nephew, Owen; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Bryan was predeceased by his grandparents, Gemma and Robert Schmitt, Pat and Perry Hall; and his mother-in-law, Mary Wawro.
Visitation will be on Friday, March 15, from 4-8 PM at M. J. COLUCCI & SON NIAGARA FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2730 Military Road, Niagara Falls, NY 14304, where funeral services will begin on Saturday, March 16, at 10 AM.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bryan's honor to the American Heart Association, 5488 Sheridan Drive, Suite 300, Williamsville, NY 14221. Visit mjcoluccifuneralchapel.com for online condolences.
Published on March 13, 2019
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6 posts

Kayla
Mar 19, 2019
To the Hall family:
I am sorry for your loss. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. What a tragedy. Bryan will be missed. I know this difficult time is painful for you guys. May God help comfort you during this painful time. God promises a time where he will eliminate all illness including heart attacks forever as promised at Isaiah 33:24. Another comforting promise God has made is to bring back to life loved ones we've loss in death John 5:28,29
Cecelia
Mar 18, 2019
Liz & daughters. Loss of a loved one is very painful. Please read how God promised to end the pain Revelation chapter 21 verses 3-5. Please accept my condolence.
Ann & Jim Lawson
Mar 16, 2019
It was heartbreaking to hear about Bryan passing. We will be praying for you all and thanking God for your wonderful memories.
Christine Raldiris
Mar 15, 2019
Liz, Eva, and Emily,
I was so saddened to hear about the passing of Bryan. My deepest sympathies. I will.kept you all close in my prayers.
Liz Broomfield
Mar 14, 2019
My deepest sympathy to all of his family, but especially for Liz and the girls.
Leyla Sheehan-Gruarin
Mar 14, 2019
Réquiem ætérnam dona eis, Dómine,
et lux perpétua lúceat eis.
Requiéscant in pace dear Bryan. Amen.