Bryan DeMars

It is with saddened hearts that the family of Bryan Christopher DeMars announce his sudden passing as result of an automobile accident at the age of 40. Bryan was loved by many. He will be deeply missed by his son, Layton DeMars and Layton’s mother Nicole. Forever remembered by his parents, Alison and Don Sutherland, & Stephen (predeceased) and Evelyn DeMars, his grandmother Lois Munsterman, and aunts and uncles Dana (Heath) Mailloux,  Patrice (Nick) Naclerio & David (Nette) Gallant. Missed greatly by cousins Anthony, Andrea, Jake and Rashelle (Alex). He will also be missed by extended family and friends, including Deb and  Pete, Kylie, and dear friends Jamie (Tina), Tara, Brad, and many more. Also predeceased by his brother Alex and grandfather Jake Munsterman. All those who loved Bryan will keep the happy memories close and always cherished. Bryan’s family will be remembering him privately. 

 

36 Comments on “Bryan DeMars”

  1. Way too soon Bryan. We will miss you so very much. You had such a loving, caring heart and a beautiful soul. My memories of you will last my lifetime. And live on in your son forever. May God bless and keep you safe now and always. RIP Bryan. Love Deb, Pete and your son Layton.

  2. My heart is broken I love you Bryan Rest in Peace Sweetie You will forever be apart of our life and our hearts
    Our hearts and prayers go out to you all
    Love and Deepest Sympathy
    Kim Gary Jillian Tricia Katie Rivington Ryerson Lenna and Raya

  3. Grandma Lois. We offer our condolences and prayers in your grandsons passing.

    God be with you. Joyce and Bill Guerin

  4. I am so sorry to all my family going through this heartbreaking loss. May peace be with you all. I am so sorry Aunt Lois and my dearest cousins Dana, Patrice and Evelyn. Sending all of you my love and strength during this difficult time.

  5. So sorry Ali and Don and family for your Loss of Bryan. I was so shocked to hear of his passing. May he live on in your hearts. My thoughts are with you now and forever.

  6. Sorry for your loss of Bryan, I didn’t know him that well but every time I seen him with my great nephew Layton he was always happy to be with him and that made Layton so happy . He always talked about his daddy. He looked like him so much and Bryan will live on through Layton. He was too young to be gone already but I believe he’s gone to heaven to make a kingdom for you all and Layton. I’ve seen a lot of signs from my clients who passed away that there is live after this and I believe Bryan is there waiting for you all. R.I.P. Bryan until you meet again with Layton and your family.

  7. This news shocks and saddens those of us who were friends with Bryan. Sincerest condolences to his family. His memory will live on in all our hearts.

  8. Very sorry for your loss of Bryan. Taken far too soon. May you all support each other through this tragedy.

  9. Condolences to the family,, ❤RIP❤ Bri,,not a day will go by without me thinking of all the good times we had Bri (Layton too❤) Again condolences to Brian’s family. (I love you brother
    & I’m going to miss you more, until we meet again ❤RIP❤) Love Brian, Johnny, HARLEY, & Lori

  10. So sorry to hear this news! Condolences to the whole family. Much love , my heart aches for you all. Xox

  11. Brian had the BIGGEST HEART, he’d help anybody out whether it be opening & holding doors for people especially the elderly,if he seen someone needed a hand whether he knew them or not he’d offer to help. If a friend or family member was in trouble whatever the situation be..Who ya going to call? Bri for sure..when kids were around guaranteed Brian would be joking and depending what they were doing he’d be playing too. Brian had a smile ear to ear everytime he’d stop by my place with Layton❤. Gone to soon that’s for sure.. RIP BRI (I didn’t realize private funeral which I RESPECT and understand 100%) I was going to read (try to anyway) something about Brian at the service..Condolences to Layton and family

  12. You were a dear and close friend to me Bryan and i will cherish all of our memories. My condolences to his family and son, whom he loved so much. Gone way to soon but will never be forgotten.

  13. Brian you were a handsome loving man that loved life I will miss your smile bro always in my heart prayers for for your family
    rest in peace
    ….much love /respect Lori Deline

  14. Hey Bryan we grew up together got in all sorts of trouble like kids do…I will always remember all the good times in the Parkway… OPA. Forever..Bryan had a huge heart and would do anything for you…you will be greatly missed but always in our hearts…love ya brother..Rest in Peace my friend.

  15. Bryan, you are going to be missed more than you ever thought you would be. My heart aches for Layton. I wish he had as much time to get to know you as the rest of us. You were always so adventurous and you brought it out in all of us. You had a smile that could light up an entire room no matter the mood before you walked in. I miss the way you could make me laugh through tears of sorrow and I’ll even miss the way we would fight. I’m sorry that one of our last conversations was a fight. I wish I had of reached out to you to make things right. Please forgive me brother. I will always keep your memory alive when I tell Ryder all about the crazy things we used to do together. I wish you could have spent more time with him. May you rest in the sweetest paradise , until I see you again. ♥️

  16. Alison -Don, Dana and family i am so very sorry to read this very sad news..my heart aches for you. I will keep you in my prayers during this difficult time..hugs Sherry Toulouse-Guerette

  17. R.I.P. Brian
    Watched you grow up through the years, always one of my favorite friends of my sons, you will be missed, condolences to the family and friends ❤

  18. I can’t believe that this has happened, we shared some incredible moments together years ago you were there for me a lot in my pass that I will never forget. My deepest condolence to your family and friends that cared so much about your life. Till we meet again your friend for life

    Curtis Gilkes

  19. You will be greatly missed I just seen you 3 days before this and the 3 days that followed were hell. I had countless amount of people come cry to me about how much you’ll be missed. My condolences go to your family and son. Gone to soon but will be greatly missed.
    P.s Bryan please tell Glover its gonna be ok settle his spirit. He misses you so much.

  20. So very sorry for the families loss. The hours spent running around the parkway will never be forgotten by any of us. Rest in peace Bryan.

  21. Our Hearts go out to you!! Wish we could be there in person for you!! Love you lots and we are here if you need to talk Love Dave and Nettie

  22. My sincerest condolences to the families.
    I will never forget growing up and running around like the crazy kids we all were, those were the best times in the parkway!
    And even when we got older and didn’t see each other around for periods of time, when we did it was like no time had passed at all, you were always so happy and there with a big hug when we saw each other! You will be greatly missed my friend.

  23. Days long games of monopoly, non alcoholic frozen margarita mix eaten with spoons from little tubs in your grandmas freezer, your cat that slept on a top edge of that open door near the entrance to your house, first time horror films on Halloween, your grandpa teaching us how to punch a guy, adventures building endless forts in the ditches by the train tracks, backyard roman candles from my parents old green machine, sitting on top of the barn roof at 45 tossing shingles, bonfires, experiments with fire, planting trees, oriole parkway money schemes grass cutting/snow shoveling buisnesses, bottle drives, your fear of ants, finding water snakes and spiders and baby bluejays, getting chased, the years spent fixing up and painting bicycles, the park program summers, everyday street hockey, jumping off the roof at arc industries, endless shooting hoops in the driveway, climbing trees, exploring the corn and the soy fields, getting stuck in the mud intentionally, go cart discoveries, water treatment discoveries, collecting rocks at the tracks, endless training of various forms of marshall arts, getting caught swimming at the wheels, birthday parties, the pinery, bus 52 to indian creek, exploring old buildings, digging holes with shovels in the park, stone war fights in the street, secret traps and hiding spaces and endless conversation. Those twelve early years were the formative years.

    I think unconsciously i’ve spent so much of my adult life trying to re-live the past wonder that was growing up in oriole parkway with you. You were my best friend.

    I moved. We lost touch. We went to different schools and lived in different cities and moved on to live different lives: a personal regret for me. Its been 20 years since we’ve last spoke but i still think about growing up with you BV.

    You will be greatly missed and forever in my thoughts. 

  24. Sending our deepest condolences to all of Brian’s family. A life lost much too young. Holding you all in our thoughts and our prayers during this difficult time.

    Mark & Cheryl Crow

  25. Love you brotha. Always remember hitting the clubs and after parties. You lite up the room. Rest in paradise. One Love

  26. Bryan, you will be SO greatly missed and never forgotten.
    I will always remember you. Thank you for being a great man in my life.
    RIP buddy. See you when I get there too. Much love.

    1. A little late,but to anyone whom knew Bryan may you find peace and comfort with in each other.Charish the memories you have of Bryan.Gone but not forgotten.R.I.P.

  27. I will miss you so much lil Bruv… my condolences to ALL yr family and friends. We will miss you and your love every day until we see you again.

  28. Dear Lois, Dana, and Patrice, and all of Bryan’s family,
    We send our prayers and our heartfelt condolences to you. We were really saddened to hear of your loss. When Bryan was young he was always at our house or Joe and Bryan were at yours. He was part of the family. They spent so much time together, had so much fun, so many adventures. We always had a soft spot for Bryan. We remember him fondly, and he will always have a special place in our hearts.
    Sending you love and hugs,
    Jim & Sheila & family

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