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Bryan Christopher Joseph Amason

June 26, 1969 - April 7, 2017

Bryan Christopher Joseph Amason of Frisco, Texas passed away on April 7, 2017 at the age of 47.  He was born on June 26, 1969 to David Lester and Julie Anne (Shelly) Amason in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Bryan graduated from Oral Roberts University.  He enjoyed surfing when he was younger.  Bryan was an avid golfer and loved the Pittsburgh Steelers.  His happiest season was not weather related, but was football season. Bryan was a member of the SSR club for Super Chevrolets built between 2004-2007 and happily drove “Pops” Purple SSR in Frisco for him.  He married Gayln Taylor on December 9, 2016 in Frisco, Texas.  He was Senior Vice President for Refundo, a software company.

Bryan is survived by his loving wife, Gayln Amason; daughter, Megan Amason, sons, Matthew Amason, Mitchell Amason, Jonathan Taylor all of Frisco, Texas; father, David L. Amason of West Palm Beach, Florida; sister, Lori Amason-Farquhar and husband, Michael of West Palm Beach, Florida, brother, David Bradley Amason of Weaverville, North Carolina; father-in-law, C.A. Taylor and wife,  Patti of Benton, Louisiana; mother-in-law, Ann Taylor of Plano, Texas; sister-in-law, Courtney Taylor of Shreveport, Louisiana; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews; and a multitude of friends, colleagues, business partners and clients who will greatly miss him.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Julie Anne Amason.

Memorial donations may be made in Bryan’s honor to the Dallas chapter of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children at

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, April 10, 2017 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel in Allen, Texas.  The family will receive friends during a visitation on Sunday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

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I will miss you great friends. I will help those you left behind as much as I can. Amigo Jeremias Nivar, April 19, 2017 Last night I was speaking to my children about Bryan. We are on vacation in a small town in the north of Spain about 100 miles from Barcelona where we live. I found myself crying which surprised me and my family because they had never heard me speak of Bryan ever before. As I was speaking about this friend from so long ago, I told them about his kindness and openness to all who came near him. If you met Bryan you were sure to get a smile that came from his heart and his eyes. He had the gift of making all those near him feel at ease and accepted. I would even say he was a father figure even at his young age. I know his family must miss him terribly. Yet I know I will see him again and in this I am encouraged. Rest in peace my friend. David Alexander Burgos, April 11, 2017 I worked with Bryan for years at Intuit after he left Taasc. he always a nice and very pleasant person to be around. you will greatly missed Ammo
Kathi Morgan , April 9, 2017 We are so grieved to hear of Bryan's passing, but we rest in the comfort of knowing that he is present with the Lord at this very moment. Bryan was a special friend to us and we will forever hold the wonderful memories we made while attending ORU together and then working together at TAASC. Bryan was the most joyful person and always had a smile on his face and witty comment to make. He kept us laughing all the time! We certainly missed him when he moved away from Tulsa to live in Texas! We wish we could make it to Texas for his service, but please know our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are there with you as you grieve the loss of this oh so special man! George and Karmen Valverde, April 9, 2017 It's so sad. My prayers are with you all. Father John Shuman, April 9, 2017