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Date of Passing: Dec 13, 2021

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BRYSON: Harley John Bryson passed away peacefully with family by his side at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, on Monday, December 13, 2021 at the age of 69 years. Harley will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Coleen; children, Tyler and Jeremy (Devon), and grandchildren, Brier and Lincoln. A Service and Celebration of Harley's Life will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Harley may be made to the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada, 205 Horton Street E., Suite 203, London, ON, N6B 1K7. Complete obituary information to follow.

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As published in Brandon Sun on Dec 18, 2021

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • Colleen: We we’re sorry to read about Harley’s passing. We hope the many memories of your life with Harley will help ease the sadness of your loss. We wish you peace and love as you move forward. Bob & Linda Johnston - Posted by: Bob Johnston (Co-worker) on: Dec 20, 2021

  • Coleen & family, Sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. - Posted by: Ron & Deb Robinson (co-worker) on: Dec 19, 2021

  • My friendship with Harley started the same evening he met Coleen. Little did any of us know that she would become his wife. Coleen and I were roommates so Harley was often around and he was the guy who finally taught me to drive. He was very patient as I was a very reluctant student. My move to BC put distance between us but it was always great to meet up with Coleen and Harley when I was in Brandon. I have very fond memories of times with Harley when he worked security for the Olympic Games in Vancouver in 2010. Harley was a good and kind man and will be greatly missed by his family and the many people whose lives he touched. My thoughts are with all of you. Much love, Judi - Posted by: Judi Barber (Friend ) on: Dec 19, 2021

  • In 1975, Constable Bryson taught me how to drive, through the Driver’s Ed program at Neelin High, in Brandon. He only had time for one pair of students as we were in pairs and took turns at the wheel. He was so kind and patient esp with me as I didn’t even know where the gas pedal was. Who better to learn how to drive than a policeman and he told us lots of stories and which intersections were the most dangerous and if we did what he saw others doing what kind of an infraction we would get. So educational esp teaching us how to parallel park. It never failed and I taught that method to my son when he was learning how to drive. I’ve often thought of Constable Bryson and know that he must have been a wonderful father, husband and grandfather as he was such a lovely man to us. I am sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Lisa (Friend) on: Dec 18, 2021

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