We mournfully announce the death of Brian Breedlove, 49, on January 29, 2021.
Brian Breedlove, from Kearney, Mo., was born to his parents, Ray and Thelma Breedlove, on June 24, 1971.
He is survived by his daughter, Justine Myers, and his very beloved grandchildren, Nikki, Brooklyn, Karleigh and Isaiah. He is also survived by his brother, Kevin Breedlove; his niece and nephews, Brandon, Mackenzie and Braxton, who meant more to him than words can describe.
Brian exhibited the perfect depiction of selflessness throughout his entire life. He enjoyed nothing more than spending time with his family and was truly an amazing father, son, brother and papa. His memory will forever hold a special place in our hearts, and there will never be a moment, of any day, that he is not missed.
A graveside service will be held at 12 p.m. Thursday, February 4, 2021 at Fairview Cemetery in Kearney, Mo.
Arrangements in care of Fry-Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Kearney.
Our Sincere Condolences
Thinking of you during this time. After losing my parents, I understand the hurt that comes along the loss of a parent.
Sending you my thoughts and prayers.
Our hearts and prayers go out to Brian’s family, friends, and co-workers during this most difficult time. He was highly respected in his profession and an asset to our association. He will be deeply missed.
Heart of America Golf Course Superintendents Association
I am so very sorry for your loss!
Brian helped me many times over the phone with equipment related questions. His great knowledge, willingness to help
and his sense of humor will be greatly missed by myself and many others in the profession.
Duane and I send our most sincere condolences to you and your children and all that love Brian.
You are all in our prayers now and in days to come.
To know Brian in high school was to love him. We all had the best high school memories together! Brian always had a smile on his face. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers for strength and comfort.
I am so sorry to hear this. I have lost a child and know how hard it is. Will keep the whole family in my thoughts.
May you all find comfort in warm memories. Rest in Peace Brian.
So sorry for your loss. You all are in my prayers and I think of you all the time. It is hard to loss someone so close to you but he is with God and you will see him again when it is time. Again sorry for your loss, he was a great son and a wonderful brother. Miss you all.
So sorry for your loss! Brian was such a great person! I have a lot of good memories from our time together in school and Basketball. He was always so caring and would help anyone in need! I will carry those memories of Brian, forever. Gone way too soon!
It pains me dearly to hear of Brian’s passing. One of the nicest, sweetest human beings I know. I wish I knew him better, and envy those who did. To all who knew him and loved him, my deepest condolences.
Brian worked across from Team Aero at Van Wall. We would all help each other out with odd ball things and he would always be the first one to lend a helping hand. We would pop into each others shops just to say hey and talk shop, life or what have you. It was a pleasure getting to know Brian and will be missed. Rest In Peace Brian and thoughts and prayers to the family.
Very sorry for your loss. I ran into Brian infrequently after High School but each time he greeted me with warmth and a smile. I carry many fond memories of hanging out with Brian in school and playing basketball. A truly great guy who will be missed.