Bryan Justin Spears

bryan spears
Bryan Justin Spears, 27, went to heaven July 8, 2018. He was born, one of a set of triplets, in Boyle County on June 4, 1991 to Randall Dean and Saundra Thomas Spears. Bryan was a 2010 graduate of Boyle County High School. He was self-employed and a jack of all trades. Bryan was a loving father to his daughter, Randi Addisyn Grace Spears. He is predeceased by a brother, Caleb Dean Spears (one of same set of triplets), and his grandfathers, Burel Dean Spears and James Merdith Thomas. He is survived by his parents, Randall Dean and Saundra Spears of Junction City; a daughter, Randi Addisyn Grace Spears of Tennessee; a brother, Jeremy Dustin Spears of Junction City; a sister, Elisha Danyell Spears; grandmothers, Shelva Spears of Casey County and Mildred (Howard) Matlock of Corbin. There will be a visitation will be 1 p.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Stith Funeral Home in Junction City. Visitation: 1 p.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Stith Funeral Home in Junction City

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  1. Although I did not know you as well as others, you was always nice to me and I had no problem striking up a conversation with you. You had a kind heart and there will a empty place in this world because of you not being there. Rest in peace my friend.

  2. Bryan lived next door to our daughter he was always friendly and willing to help with anything

  3. We are heartbroken to hear of the loss of Bryan. He was a huge part of our family for many years. Always willing to help on the farm or make us chocolate gravy. Our family mourns with you and will be covering you with prayers.

  4. So sorry for your loss saundra he was a very handsome man reminds me of Bruce and me atthat age my dad and your uncle also passed on July 8 in 1972 we are praying for you and your family here in minroe

  5. sorry for your lose Randy and family, Bryan was a great young man. every time he see me outside working on something he would always ask if i needed help or needed any tools to work with. when ever he was around he felt like one of my own and i never treated him any different from my own kids. i watched him grow up thru the good times and bad. breaks my heart to have to say good bye to him, but God has other plans it seems. Randy if you need anything brother just let me know.

  6. Bryan was such a upstanding young man. I watch him grow up along with his brothers and sister over the years. He would help out my mother when she need help like shoveling snow out of her driveway anything else she needed. Just hearing my mother heart break when she found out the news. She kept telling me over and over “I lost my little buddy”. Sending prayers to his family and friends. A soul gone too soon. May you Rest In Peace.

  7. Bryan was a very sweet soul. He would help out this old lady to shovel the snow out of my driveway. He always ask me if I needed help with anything. It just broke my heart when I heard the news. My buddy is gone and I can’t believe it. I’m going to miss him dearly. Truly a good soul gone too soon. Sending prayers to his family and friends. May he Rest In Peace.

  8. Sandy and Randy, Chad told me the sad news about your son. I am so sorry and sad for you. I know it is hard to lose a child. I love you, Sue Evans

  9. I just heard this heartbreaking news today. I am so sad to learn of the loss of such an exceptional young man. Bryan had a huge heart, he was always kind and always willing to help others. He will be greatly missed.

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