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Bryan W. Harmeling

September 26, 1968 - October 5, 2021

In Memory of ~Bryan W. Harmeling~

Bryan Wayne Harmeling 53, born September 26, 1968 in Bremerton, Washington, passed October 05, 2021 at Saint Michael’s Hospital in Silverdale, WA.
Survived by his mother, Sue Harmeling-Dombart, step father Harvey Dombart, son Justin Wells, brother John Harmeling, niece Elizabeth Sager, nephew-in-law Trevor Sager and nephews Scott Harmeling and Tyler Harmeling and grandnephew Travis Sager.
Proceeded in death by his father Jay S Harmeling.

Many people did not know my Uncle B. To me, he was an amazing son, brother, uncle and father. He always knew how to cheer you up. Bryan was a very smart man. He was a lot like his father, Jay Harmeling and his brother, John Harmeling. The relationship between brothers is irreplaceable. The love and bond that a mother, Sue Harmeling has for her children is the most precious thing imaginable. When Bryan found out that he was a father, he looked so proud and happy. Bryan had such a huge heart and love for his family and his friends. We were the lucky ones to have had Bryan in our lives and to have gotten to know him for who he was. Bryan is loved by all his family and friends. Bryan’s best friend Hong, they have always been thicker than thieves. When Bryan would smile, it would just warm your heart. Bryan had such a spectacular personality that you just wanted to get to know. Bryan was such a caring and wonderful person all around. He was so strong for everything he went through and what he fought and overcame through the years. Bryan was full of love, happiness, laughter and life. He was so very bright. Bryan was always full of joy. Bryan was a spectacular person. There are no words to express how much love we have for Uncle B, nor are there any words to express the heartache we are now suffering. Uncle B was one of the most extraordinary people I have ever known. We lost one amazing person! Bryan knew how much we loved and appreciated him for his love, his help, and his compassion.

Uncle B has always been the incredible hulk even if he wasn’t green. Lol.

We Love You Uncle B.
I am glad and proud to be your niece. We Will Always Love You and Cherish Your Memories.
R.I.P September 26th, 1968 to October 5th, 2021
You may be gone but you will never be forgotten!
By Elizabeth C. Sager

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