News & Updates




We know people tell us we shouldn’t apologize for the lack of consistent updates, but we can’t help ourselves. We know people are anxious to hear how Bryan is doing. 
He seems to be having more issues with his memory and it understandably frustrates him. The other day we asked him if he remembered why he had memory problems he said “because I’m dumb”. It broke our hearts and we just had to remind him that is not true and it’s not his fault! So then we go through what happened to him and that he has suffered a TBI. He usually is pretty quiet after that, trying to process it all. All we can do is hug him and tell him he has us and we will never leave his side.
Physically Bryan has made some improvements, but it’s slow. He’s still not back to where he was before his set back while at CNS, but hopefully one day. He’s quick to point out that his left arm has very limited movement and that his left hand doesn’t open. It’s almost as if, at that moment, Bryan thinks that’s the extent of his injuries. When he’s unable to get in and out of bed, shower, get on the toilet or get dressed by himself he’s quickly reminded of his brain injury has affected everything else too.
Can we just say how amazing the San Francisco Giants organization has been to Bryan and our family? They invited him to the last game of the season yesterday and he had the best time. Even if he doesn’t remember it tomorrow or next week or next month, we took plenty of pictures to remind him.
Larry Baer, Kruk, Kuip, Flemming, Renel and Jeremy Affeldt came by to see him. Even though he had met most of them before, he never remembers and is so excited to “meet” them. He made us laugh when he shook Kuip’s hand and he gave his hand a kiss. We thanked Bry for giving us that moment because we won’t ever let him forget he did that.  Another family joke to add to our list.
It was days like yesterday where he is so happy that helps get everyone through the times when he is depressed but can’t express why. Seeing him surprised and so happy on the jumbotron is something we will never forget.
The standing ovation he received reminded us once again of the love and support people still have for Bryan 2 ½ years later.
Thank you!!


# TK
Monday, September 30, 2013 2:52 PM
Nobody can give back what's been taken away from you but please know that your determination and your family's love & perseverance serves as an inspiration to us all.
# Joy
Monday, September 30, 2013 3:03 PM
I was brought to tears when I saw Bryan at the game.
A very special memory, at such an emotional game.
God bless each and every one of you!
# Gordon
Monday, September 30, 2013 3:19 PM
I have never been much of a sports fan, but I think I may begin rooting for the Giants. I have kept Bryan and the rest of the Stow family in my prayers. I know it is not much, but know that there are people out here praying for you all.
# June Lehmann
Monday, September 30, 2013 3:24 PM
Thinking o's the entire family...and keeping all of you in prayer. ?thans for the update!!
# Dawn King
Monday, September 30, 2013 3:41 PM
This update makes me smile :)
# Tammy
Monday, September 30, 2013 3:45 PM
Prayers with your family stay strong! No words can take away your pain but know you are thought of daily.
# Jenny Feickert
Monday, September 30, 2013 4:15 PM
You are all so awesome. And it is so true. Never apologize for long periods between updates. You are busy, and updates take time. We are just thankful that you are still making them. I will never assume I know what you go through, but I do have a brother who's family was hit by a drunk driver, he suffered a TBI, and still cannot work to this day. I also gave birth to an incredible son when I was 5 1/2 months pregnant, and he has mental and physical disabilities as a result. He is now 18. It is work, mental, and physical, and can be overwhelmingly exhausting. But we move forward, and we do it out of love. Bless you all for the hard work you are doing. You are setting examples to other people that most of the time you are probably not even unaware of. Prayers have always gone out to you, and always will. I wish I didn't live hundreds of miles away. I would love to bring a meal in if I could.
# Jenny Feickert
Monday, September 30, 2013 4:19 PM
I thought I had read for typos..."You are setting examples to other people that most of the time you are probably not even AWARE of " Again, blessings to all of you !
# Kathi Baker
Monday, September 30, 2013 4:34 PM
Hi Bryan-You are a very brave man! And you are doing a fantastic job!! Every time I think of you, which is often, I am inspired. On another note, our Giants had a lot of great moments and exciting games this season. We will be kind and allow another team a crack at the pennant this year, right? You continue taking care of yourself and please say hello to your great family. We all love you, Kathi Baker
# Mona
Monday, September 30, 2013 4:53 PM
You are an awesome family. I thank you for continuing to take the time to update us. Please always remember so very many people care. Bryan, I'm no longer a big baseball fan, but I'm always rooting for you. I'm so glad Bryan and the rest of your family got to go to the Giants game. Hugs and take care.
# Amber
Monday, September 30, 2013 5:45 PM
I have been following your story since day one, as my husband at the time worked for AMR in Cali as well. I know you never seem to talk about the POS scum of the earth that did this. I am ANGRY, i try not to mention it here, but its SO hard not to be! I am following VIA Google search as much as i can about the trial. Maybe it makes me no better a person to say i want to see these thugs rot in prison for the rest of their lives. My heart aches for you all, but i am so glad to see Bryan doing so much better than before .
# Jim Leary
Monday, September 30, 2013 5:58 PM
I have followed the story from day one from here in New York. I have prayed for Bryan and am happy to see those positive posts. It is also great to hear stories of so many good people that make your days good ones and to offset the few evil people that unfortunately exist in our society. Keep the faith. God be with you.
# Lesley
Monday, September 30, 2013 6:44 PM
Praying for Gods healing touch on Bryan, praying for Gods blessings and grace to pour down on him. He is the God of miracles and not one prayer goes unanswered. Waiting to see what wonderful things begin to happen to Bryan as a direct testimony to Gods unending love for us.

Thankful that he is surrounded by loving friends and family!!
# cindi
Monday, September 30, 2013 6:52 PM
Hi Bryan! I too have been following your progress and am so happy to see this update!!! Peace and Love my friend... stay strong - I know you are! My daughter just received her EMT certification and I always think of you.... My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family....

Your Seattle fan!
# Linda
Monday, September 30, 2013 7:05 PM
We loved seeing Bryan at the game! He is always in our hearts
# Linda Moquin
Monday, September 30, 2013 7:28 PM
Bryan looked SO HAPPY in the video clip yesterday giving a thumbs up to the crowd! I am thrilled that the Giants continue to support him. Thumbs up to you too Bryan! You looked fantastic!
# Dave Bayles
Monday, September 30, 2013 7:58 PM
My wife's and my best to you and to Bryan. Though we never met any of you, we have the unforgettable connection through our grandson, Matt Lee. We will never forget him or Bryan.
# Gary Stitch
Monday, September 30, 2013 8:28 PM
Had tickets for the game yesterday, but had to cancel as my wife's mom was in the hospital. Hearing that Bryan was there, plus the 9th inning heroics, make me regret missing it even more.
To Bryan's family, you may or may not know how much Bryan and his battles with his injuries mean to us Giants fans. He is a symbol of overcoming adversity, fighting against overwhelming odds and coming back when all seems lost.
This may seem a little odd, being as I have never met the man or any of his family, but I love Bryan Stow AND his family. I hope someday I can enjoy a game with him.
God Bless him, his family and the little piece of every Giant fans's heart that his story has reached. Take care.
# Jane
Monday, September 30, 2013 9:46 PM
Seeing Bryan on the big screen yesterday was heart warming. San Francisco fans know that he still needs our support and we will not forget him. Your family is so strong, an inspiration to us all.
# Karen Rader
Monday, September 30, 2013 10:45 PM
Bryan, you look GREAT in the video at the ballgame! Wow!! Love the thumbs up. Keep up the good work. You are in my thoughts all the time.

Karen Rader
Mission Viejo, CA
# Jessie
Monday, September 30, 2013 11:19 PM
You are all an inspiration. I pray for all of you. Keep smiling and laughing when you can. And when times are the hardest gather strength from those times and know there will be more.

# Nancy Williams
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 12:22 AM
It was awesome to see you Bryan enjoying the game and on the big screen Sunday. Being a Giants fan and a Bryan Stow supporter, it was nice to see "my boys" together. Keep fighting my friend, and I will never take off my Stow bracelet, because that keeps me praying daily for your recovery.
# Nicole Alarcon
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 1:08 AM
It was so amazing to see Bryan up on that big screen having such a good time!! May God Bless him and his family always!!!
# Suzanne Ryan
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 2:08 AM
Sending many prayers and good thoughts to Bryan and all of his family and friends from Colorado. I've worked in the medical field for many years and have followed Bryan's story from the beginning. No one deserves what he has gone through and it really makes sad that there is such evil in our world. Take heart, God will right all wrongs. God bless all of you.
# Michael White
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 2:43 AM
Yep, we're still here Bryan, for you and the entire Stow family my brother ! - M.White, EMT-P (AMR Riverside division '94-'07), EMS Instructor at Ben Clark Training Center
# Villo
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 5:27 AM
Hey B, I love you bro. You are an inspiration. God bless you and your family.
# Paulio
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 3:03 PM
Here's to Bryan Stow for being a SURVIVOR. I had to go search to find the video of him on the jumbotron at the Giants game from the other day. And like people said, he really did look happy. Kudos to the Giants organization for doing the right thing for a loyal fan who suffered a great injustice. Thumbs up to you, Bryan, and to your family, for all the hard work you've done together in your rehab and recovery.

If anyone else is looking for the video, here's a link (shortened with Google link shortener) to the NBCBayArea website.

Wednesday, October 02, 2013 12:19 AM
You probably don't rememeber me ( out of the thousands that have contacted you) Byran's story touched my heart when it 1st happened. When it happened I was facing my own challenges, I lost my Mom, my job, and my home and pretty much everything. At the time I could only donate $5.00. After my donation I received the most beautiful card from your family thanking me. I keep that card close to me. I am grateful to say I have found a job, and a home. I am trying to make a donation each month, and everytime I am able too, I always receive a warm and touching response from your family. When I lost my job I did go back to college and obtained my medical assisting degree. If ever you need a break or need someone to visit with Bryan, I would honored. Please keep me in mind :-)

Byran and his entire family are always in my prayers and I hope that with each day you find healing ....

The donation I make today is in honor Bryan and the dodger fan who lost his life in such senseless violence.

Always in my thoughts,

Teresa Bini 650-302-0663
235 Santa Clara Avenue
San Bruno, CA 94066

Off to the donation site xoxoxo
# Shelly Nuzzo
Wednesday, October 02, 2013 12:43 AM
Always Love Seeing Bryan So Strong and Improving Every Day ! Our Prayers Are
Being Answered ! He Is Our Hero & Champion ! Keep Up The Awesome Support and Fellowship Everybody! God Bless The Stow Family and The Giants !
# Becky Tinlin
Friday, October 04, 2013 2:52 PM
Family : I think you do a great job of keeping us updated, because we all understand BRYAN is the most important factor here. I was indeed so happy to see this update. Bless His Heart. He is truly a hero and he hangs in there with the most loving and supporting family....Be Strong Bryan, we all got your back! ! ! ! ! You have more friends and people praying for you than you might ever know, but we are out here and we raise YOUR name to the Lord. No wonder you are a Giants fan. What a classy organization! ! !
# Tina
Tuesday, October 08, 2013 3:43 PM
Your family has been through so much. I am happy to hear that you as a family can laugh at moments and stay positive. You all are an inspiration. God bless you all :)

# Norma H
Thursday, October 10, 2013 10:24 AM
I have not posted an encouragement to Bryan for quite a while because I have been battling cancer but Bryan is in my prayers each and every day. Keep fighting Bryan! You are not forgotten!
# Mark Wernick
Friday, October 11, 2013 1:33 AM
Dear Bryan, I'm holding you and your family close in my heart and in my thoughts. I have been following updates on your progress at every opportunity. I'm pasting in a short article from The Week Magazine, which I sent to my 86 year-old mother and 93 year-old father. They have plenty of cognitive issues and memory problems. If this can help seniors with their functioning, maybe it could help you also. If it does, I hope you'll let me know. All my best, Mark

Health & Science
A new way to keep older minds sharp
by The Week Staff | September 18, 2013

To stay mentally sharp, seniors may want to swap their crossword puzzles for a video game controller. New research at the University of California, San Francisco, found that learning to multitask in a fast-paced environment significantly improved the cognitive abilities of older adults—and the improvement was long-lasting. Researchers asked volunteers ages 60 to 85 to play a video game called NeuroRacer, designed to train them to multitask effectively. In the game, players are required to steer a car down a winding road; after a while, signs begin to pop up, and the volunteers have to identify them while continuing to drive. When the volunteers first played the game, their driving skills fell by 64 percent when the signs appeared; by comparison, people in their 20s saw only a 26 percent drop in performance. But after a month of playing the game three times a week, the older adults handled the appearance of the signs better than untrained young people. What’s more, they scored higher on tests of short-term memory and long-term focus after training than they had before, and brain scans showed they had increased activity in regions linked to attention. “I feel like my brain is working better,” Ann Linsley, 65, a participant in the study, told The Wall Street Journal. The study “shows you can take older people who aren’t functioning well and make them cognitively younger through this training,” said Earl K. Miller, a neuroscientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “It’s a very big deal.”
# Tom Klinedinst
Monday, October 14, 2013 10:41 PM

Keep fighting. The greatest joy is having family around you and you certainly have that. My son has severe brain damage and there are times where he is sad or angry and all we can do is just love him even more. Someday he and I will walk together with him fully restored, and you will do the same. In the meantime, enjoy the faith and love of those around you.

# Sheila Mattox
Sunday, November 03, 2013 6:18 PM
Thank you for the update on Bryan. W is not expected, it is good to receive them. I will pray for Bryan and your family.
# Ebbs'
Monday, November 11, 2013 12:49 AM
Miss you Stow! -Matt & Tara Ebbs
# Lynn Cole
Sunday, November 17, 2013 3:04 AM
Hi Bryan and Family,

I think of all of you so often. I pray for a steady return to good health for Bryan. I want that so badly for all of you! I love hearing about Bryan's happy moments. God knows that all of you deserve as many of those moments as you can possibly have!! I look forward to the next fundraiser in Napa. My daughter and I have attended the first two and will attend them as long as Flan does them!!! My greatest hope is that Bryan can be there someday and give us a great big smile and 'hello' from the stage. That would be so awesome.

Stay strong...Keep the faith and Always Believe!

# Libbie Adams
Thursday, November 21, 2013 1:14 PM
Just letting you know that I'm thinking of all of you today, and wishing you well. Sending our love and prayers for the highest and best as the holiday season approaches. Please know that you are never forgotten! Godspeed!

Libbie Adams

# Michelle
Thursday, November 21, 2013 1:31 PM
Hello, Thinking of your family today, as I do most days. Thankful for the blessings of love that you all receive. May you have continued blessings throughout the holidays and know we are still out here being prayer warriors for Bryan. With love, Michelle
# Cortney
Saturday, November 23, 2013 10:14 PM
Hi Bryan, im glad to be able to say you are the first hi-life story I have read. Im excited for you and your progress and can not wait to here more about you. I hope you and your family have a beautiful holidays. Much love and will be thinking of you ..... Cortney
# Jimmy Crocker
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 1:59 AM
Thank you so much for the continued updates! Through all of this I can see the blessing that has been givin to your family. Thank you again for the updates GOD bless You All and Happy Holidays... love from our Family to Yours the Crockers!
# Mary
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 2:14 PM
Hello Stow Family,
Thinking of you as we head towards Turkey Day, hoping you'll have a wonderful meal and some funny moments to keep you laughing. I know your table will be filled with love; I just hope everyone continues to gather strength from each other. It is truly amazing the number of people (fans of yours!) who hold you all in their thoughts and prayers. Enjoy the food, family and football - Happy Thanksgiving!


P.S Surely with his passion for the Giants, Bryan must also support the 49ers?!
# Mona
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 7:08 PM
Happy Thanksgiving Bryan and to your wonderful family, too. I hope each of you gets to enjoy a favorite dish on Thursday and some cheer together. I love what Mary posted about your table being filled with love, the most important and precious part of any day. Hugs to you and a whole lot of brighter day wishes. Peace and love, too.
# Georgana
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 11:13 PM
Hey Bryan, West Texas hasn't fallen off the map. No excuses but don't think I have forgotten you and your family or that you no longer remain in my prayers and thoughts. Glad you enjoyed the ballgame. Hang tight....the new season will be here again before you know it.

I wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving. God is still driving your ambulance and keeping you safe in his loving arms. Angels are sending love and prayers to you from this part of the US on the winds from West Texas. G
# Funcle
Thursday, November 28, 2013 6:37 PM
Happy thanksgiving, Kanye Stow!!!!
# lyn
Sunday, December 01, 2013 2:50 AM
thank you for your continued updates...One day at a time..each day is a gift, and we are blessed to take care of our loved ones! Happy holidays Bry and family!!!!!!!!!!!!
# Sharon
Monday, December 02, 2013 12:55 PM
It's hard to believe it's the Advent Season.

Wishing you the best during this Advent Season and the healing of our Lord.

# Gbel
Tuesday, December 03, 2013 3:38 PM
You have not forgotten Bry! you're sitll in our Thoughts and Prayer! Happy Holidays to you and your family.

# Mikhaela
Wednesday, December 04, 2013 4:55 PM
Just a note to say you and your remain in my prayers and heart. Much love from Boston -- home of the 2013 World Series Champs! (Yeah, still shocked about that over a month later!)
# Benita Lovejoy
Thursday, December 12, 2013 3:10 PM
Just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas!! You are still in my thoughts and prayers of your AMR brotherhood. I pray God does restore you fully, WOW what an awesome story that will be!! Keep your head up!
# Paulio
Monday, December 16, 2013 7:05 PM
Hi Stow Family, hello Bryan, just stopping by because you popped into my thoughts over the weekend. I hope Bryan's recovery continues apace, and that his pain and discomfort are getting better with time (not to mention hard work in physical therapy!) You're a survivor, Bryan, and you'll always have my respect and admiration. I know I'm hardly the only one who feels that way.
# Rachel C.
Friday, December 20, 2013 6:53 PM
I wanted to wish the entire Stow family and all your friends and loved ones a very very merry christmas and a happy new year. Every day you have together is the biggest present ever imaginable, and regardless of the challenges you face, the most beautiful thing in these years that have passed, is that you have faced them all together, as a family. May you receive nothing but blessings and joy in the coming year, and may Bryan be healthy and robust.

Love to you all from Los Angeles!
# Carleen
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 11:56 AM
Merry Christmas Bryan and to all the Stow family!! Thinking of you all, especially at Christmas. May your hearts be light and you feel God's comforting arms around you.
Carleen Rhodes and family in Ridgefield, WA
# Mona
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 10:12 PM
Merry Christmas Bryan and Family. I wish all of you a day that is bright with good cheer. Love from LA.
# Paul
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 10:45 PM
Merry Christmas to Bryan and the entire Stow family. You remain in our thoughts and prayers year round.
We hope you enjoy a beautiful Christmas Day.
Love from Modesto.
# Michelle
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 12:51 PM
Merry Christmas from our family to yours. With love,Michelle
# lyn
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 2:24 PM
Merry Christmas to all... It's the little things that really matter.. To us... The littlest of things are the biggest of things!
# Shelb Brown
Friday, December 27, 2013 5:40 PM
I've been thinking about Bryan all day today. Bryan was in my dreams last night and it was very vivid. The storyline was quite random and didn't make sense, as dreams often are but throughout we were holding hands. It was just such a peacefull contented dream. I'm not sure why I felt compelled share this with you but just that Bryan has touched my heart and was in my dreams. It was nice. Much love to you all.
# Carleen
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 5:25 PM
Happy New Year, Bryan and family!! 2014 will be a good year, I'm certain of it!
Love from,
Carleen in Ridgefield, WA
# Jeannie Proulx
Wednesday, January 01, 2014 10:26 PM
Happy New Year to Bryan and the Stow family.

I followed and posted on this website almost weekly until 2013 when my nephew Stephen suffered a brain bleed on January 7th. He went through several brain surgeries (like Bryan's) and he really never came back to us. We took turns visiting, holding his hand, and talking to him. I spent 4 nights a week with him, mostly with his brother Daniel who was not only a brother, but best friend. Unfortunately, it was not in God's plan for Steve to recover and he passed into God's hands the end of October. Needless to say, 2013 was NOT a good year.

I am happy to be catching up on Bryan's progress and will continue to check on him in 2014. Even though he has his struggles, he's doing okay - he has a family that loves him and he is loved by many of us out here.

Love, hugs, and continued prayers...always!

# Evan
Monday, January 06, 2014 2:09 AM
A thought of Bryan popped into my head this evening, not sure why. I wanted to post this to let you know that my wife and I are think about you all often and are sending you many positive thoughts and prayers. Take care.
Evan in Milwaukee
# Mary L. Camera
Thursday, January 09, 2014 7:01 PM
Still here. Still praying. Still wondering WHY.
Love from Santa Cruz.
# Linda
Friday, January 10, 2014 9:34 AM
I want you to know I am still praying for Bryan and thinking of him often. I will never understand why someone would do this to him. It truly breaks my heart to think how crude this world can be and what made him snap and forever change Bryans life. I pray for Bryan and hope each and everyday he gets just a little better. So much love and strength headed your way.
# Sheila
Saturday, January 18, 2014 2:21 AM
Hello, I have been following Bryan's journey since the horrid attack and always keep you all in my prayers. I've been reading some cases that high doses of fish oil has helped with brain healing after TBIs. I'm not sure if it would help Bryan but wanted to share. God Bless
# Gina Fiore
Sunday, January 19, 2014 6:38 PM
I'm looking every day to see if there is an update on Bryan's condition, but there has been nothing posted since Sept 30th. Are you not posting anymore? I'm sure folks are still caring about your family and Bryan's progress. I miss hearing about Bryan. If you're not posting anymore, please say so, and I won't keep looking for news, only wish you all the very best in strength and recovery.
Gina from LA
# Ying
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:37 AM
Think of Bryan all the time and hope that the new year brings good things for him. Thanks for sharing with us.
# Lisa Selby
Friday, January 24, 2014 11:24 AM
Bryan, thinking about you and wishing you all the best. I hope you get to go to more Giants games this coming season. You are always in my prayers. Wishing you continual improvement with your condition. Take care of yourself.
Sincerely, Lisa Selby
# Lynn Cole
Saturday, January 25, 2014 4:37 AM
Hi Bryan!

Tonight I was at the Tim Flannery concert in Mill Valley. The love and support for you lives on strong. God Bless Flan for continuing to bring us all together in order to celebrate and help you!!! Tim's concert supporting you is an annual event for my daughter, her boyfriend, my husband and I. We went to two in Napa: 2012 & 2013 and one in Mill Valley: 2014. We won't miss a year!! I have been following your story from the beginning, I never stop praying for you and the whole family. You all have a very special in my heart. Stay strong Bryan and believe in your ability to heal day by day. You are often in my thoughts!! Love & hugs, Lynn
# pj sneeringer
Monday, January 27, 2014 1:54 PM
hi all!this is pj sneeringer,again,just flipping through to see if any signs of improvement.well,my improvement is very slowly improving,this july will be 4 years since the accident and i honestly hope and pray to be driving by then!i took my license recertification,not bc i had to but b/c i never want to hurt somebody else like me,i failed,but now i have to do more therapy and o.t. against it'll take a few months and then i'll try again.i honestly hope brains doing better,lives extremely tough once you have a t.b.i. and especially if you did nothing(like brian) to cause it?
# Jean Vlk
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 12:36 PM
Hello to all. I just want you to know that I think of Bryan often and keep him and your family in my prayers. I can't help financially but I feel praying for him is the next best thing and so that is what I do. What happened to him was horrible and I was appalled when I heard the story. I have not been to a game since because I don't feel safe at any sports event anymore!
My husband fell off a building a few years ago and lost his memory of it for a few weeks and it was really hard. He also lost the complete use of his left hand. So I can understand some of what you are going through. We had lots of prayers said on his behalf and memory came back but hand damage was too much!!!
I just want you to know that Bryan is thought of by even the simple homemaker and I felt that I needed to let you know that. Hang in there and know that you are not alone!!! I will continue to keep Bryan in my prayers!!

Jean Vlk
# Natan
Monday, February 03, 2014 7:59 PM
Natan from New York City. Yankees fan, federal worker, dad of 3 year old girl. I remember reading about this incident in the paper when it happened and never stopped thinking about Bryan and his family. I know my words can't alleviate the daily struggle of the Stows, but I wish that they may find as much peace as possible.
# Terry in Salinas
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 1:32 PM
Happy Birthday Bryan!! I saw on facebook that it is your birthday. Have a wonderful day!! Thinking of you always.
# Mona
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 8:58 PM
I hope your birthday has been just wonderful Bryan! Thinking of you and wishing you the very best always. Hpapy Birthday!
# Mona
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 8:59 PM
I apologize for the typo above. Double chance to say Happy Birthday, Bryan. I will always be rooting for you.
# Megan
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 11:43 PM
I've been praying for Bryan since the ruthless attack happened and I just know God will restore Bryan back to perfect health. I have so much love for your family.
# Debbie
Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:34 AM
I am only hoping for the best. Our thoughts about Bryan and the Stow family are still remembered. We are thinking of you and praying for a speedy recovery. May god bless your family. You got our support and we are praying for you.
# Sharon
Thursday, February 13, 2014 6:30 PM
I just wanted to let you know that you're in my thought and prayers.

Like always I wich you the best for Bryan and you as well.

Happy Valentine's Day a day early.

Sharon mommy to three dogs.

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