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Bryan Lee Melton

June 20, 1975 - October 7, 2020

Bryan Melton fell asleep in death October 7th, 2020 at the age of 45. He was born June 20th, 1975 in Muskogee, Oklahoma to Doyle and Kathy Melton. When Bryan was one year old, his family moved to Springfield, Missouri where he enjoyed skateboarding and shooting fireworks off with his younger brother Brandon. Bryan enjoyed summer family trips to various theme parks but some of his best memories were going to Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri. At a young age Bryan had a fascination with how things worked. He was always asking “why?” and his curiosity always had him disassembling anything from remote control cars to radios.  That eventually led to his interest in computers. In 2000, Bryan started his own IT company with his brother.  Later in 2003 he partnered with his longtime friend Aaron Quarles and together they ran a successful IT management company. In his career Bryan met many people with whom he formed close friendships that continued for many years.  In 2006 he welcomed his first child Maddox and then in 2008 came the birth of his daughter Sydney. It was obvious to many how much Bryan loved his children and how proud he was of their accomplishments. Bryan was a generous person and had good sense of humor. He loved music, snowboarding, playing and collecting guitars and, riding motorcycles.

Bryan is survived by his wife, Mary Melton of Lake Kiowa, Texas; children, Sydney Melton and Maddox Melton; stepchildren, Keaton White and Nyha White; parents, Kathy and Doyle Melton of Plano, Texas; brother, Brandon Melton and wife, Britney of Springdale, Arkansas; numerous other loving family and friends.

A funeral service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 17, 2020 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013 and will also be live streamed on the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Facebook page. A recorded video will be available following the funeral service on Bryan’s obituary page.

In support of our local, state, and federal govt including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety and well-being of our community, only a limited number of guests will be allowed to attend the Funeral Service.

However, when the maximum number of guests are reached, those who would like to honor Bryan and show their support to his family may remain at the funeral home in your vehicle, where you can watch the live streamed service on your personal device (laptop, tablet or smartphone) or listen through a designated FM radio channel.

Celebrationoflife.tv livestream https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/bryan-lee-melton

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Thank you for sharing such beautiful family photos with us. What a loving, wonderful father he was! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and with Bryan's wife and your grandchildren. David, Sami Twardowski, October 25, 2020 My condolences for your great loss. I loved hearing about his entrepreneur spirit selling all the tomatoes and peppers. He will be of great value in the paradise to grow and "deliver" food. Jehovah promises to fortify you and really grab hold of you with his right hand. Isaiah 41:10, 13 gabrielle hook, October 24, 2020 Til we see him again... Tim and Linda Clarke, October 24, 2020 I so enjoyed working with Bryan, who always managed to help me in my helpless. Bryan was way to young to go and he will be missed. I am very sorry for your loss. Phyllis Meyerson, October 19, 2020 So many what if’s....Love you Bryan Lee Melton...every time I have icecreaminy, II think of you. As Grandpa Stankelitz would say..See ya on down the road.. Love Aunt Jeani!.. Rejeania , October 18, 2020 You were my annoying and beloved little brother. I will miss you. I have no words to express the loss of you. I love you. Leisa Zoeller, October 17, 2020 Kathy and Doyle, Our hearts are broken for you. This was a lovely obituary and service. We are happy we were able to be involved via the virtual projection of the service. Lean on God for strength in this time of pain and need. You have our prayers and wish for many Blessings. Don and Margo Wortham Don and Margo Wortham, October 17, 2020 Bryan you were an epic person I had the pleasure of meeting and becoming friends with! You and Maddox were like insta family to Patrick and I. In just the short time we met, I saw that you were an amazing dad taking Maddox to concerts showing him all the positives in life, kind to complete strangers which doesn’t happen often. You were too to young and full of life. You will be missed but never forgotten my friend. May you rest of with on the rock guitar god Legends and be our angel to watch over us! I will forever look after Maddox as he is now my forever distant son/concert buddy to take with my to see shows. RIP Bryan aka 311 Warrior/Familia Legend Much Respect, Lizzypoo (311 concert buddy) California Love Topicals Elizabeth Pacelli, October 17, 2020 “One day we will remember you with wonder, not grief. Just know your precious children (my grandchildren) will be taken care of. Until we meet again. Debra Niles, October 16, 2020 Brian was a very special man. Our world will not be the same without him in it. He will be missed but always in our hearts. David and Boonsong Kelley, October 16, 2020 What a loss to this world! He was such a great guy and an even better friend. He will be missed greatly! Until I see you again one day brother! Chase bell , October 14, 2020 I love you so much Bryan! See you again man. Levi rojas, October 14, 2020 my first memory of brian was playing atari when i was about 4 in 1984. i’ve known him as long as i can remember & can’t imagine a world without him. you will be missed greatly by everyone that knew you.
joel murphy, October 14, 2020 Wow Bryan I can’t believe you’re gone. You always made me laugh so hard till I was in tears and my stomach was hurting. You will definitely be missed! Mariah Delgado , October 13, 2020 It was a pleasure knowing Bryan -- met him many years ago through business and remember how he would get this huge grin when asked about his kids. I also had the pleasure of bumping into Bryan and Mary at a restaurant in McKinney some months ago and it was clear how happy they were. Prayers for the family, extended family and friends - he will be missed. Ellen Heffner, October 13, 2020 It was a true pleasure to know you Bryan. I enjoyed working with you, and the time I did get to spend with you. Many fun times. I’ll see ya again one day. Marc Rhodes, October 13, 2020 I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Bryan. I have known Bryan through business for 17 years. Whenever he showed up, he lit up a room. He always had the best laugh in the most engaging smile and he told wonderful stories. He loved his kids like nothing else. He talked about them often and he always lit up when he said their names and talked about what amazing people they are. How smart they are. I will truly miss Bryan. The world is less without him in it. I considered him to be a friend. And I looked forward to the adventure he brought to every phone call and every meeting just by being himself. Rest easy my friend and God be with you and yours. Elizabeth Westbrook, October 13, 2020 My Beautiful Boy! I miss your presence already. Your smile!! You were wicked funny with a heart of gold. You had no idea how many people loved you! We will see you again soon. In the meantime, lie peacefully. HE will call, and you will answer. 
Kathy Melton. , October 12, 2020