It is with great sorrow the family of Bryan J. Levengood, 40, of Fort Pierce,Florida announces his passing.
Bryan was born in Abington Township,PA and resided in the Fort Pierce/Vero Beach,Florida area for the last thirty years.
Bryan is survived by his beloved parents, Ken and Cindy Levengood, his beloved brother Daniel S. Levengood,his grandparents,Uncles,Aunts,cousins and a host of friends.
Bryan worked in the hospitality industry most of his life where he enjoyed making others happy.
Bryan’s loved ones will remember him as selfless, fun loving and hard working. He was many things to many people and was always full of love. His loss has affected all who knew him. Bryan made an impact on everyone who crossed his path.
We will never forget his famous jokes,witty one-liners,sense of humor,his unconditional love for family and friends and his unwavering love for the Eagles.
Bryan’s loss is profound and he will be missed by all that knew and loved him.
A Celebration of Bryan’s life will be held on Tuesday September 22nd at Memorial Island from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Online condolences may be shared at www.millenniumcremationservice.com
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