Bryan L. Silva
1961 ∼ 2019
Frank Sylvester of Elizabethtown, Ky wrote:
Good guy, Hard worker and will be missed by his family
Nicole Fullwood of Fort Lauderdale, Florida wrote:
I was blessed to have Bryan as my Brother. He was a master carpenter, hard worker, amazing Father & Grandfather. I love you Bryan
Michael and Susan Portanova of Scituate, MA wrote:
We are so saddened by the loss of Bryan. He was a light to all of us who were lucky to call him a friend. May God give you strength and your memories comfort in this terrible loss. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Godspeed Bryan.
Missy and Dana Battista of Kingston wrote:
To the Sylva Family - We are saddened to hear of Bryan's passing. He just finished a project for Duxbury Beach at Blakeman's to get us open for the season. We became friends and he was a true professional and great person. It was always a pleasure talking with him. Please find comfort knowing that we are thinking of you during this difficult time and will remember him always. With Sympathy Dana and Missy Battista and the staff from Duxbury Beach Park
Julie & Don Goulart of E. Falmouth mass wrote:
So sad to see the passing of such a wonderful caring friend. Our hearts are breaking. You will be missed in this world Bryan, but never forgotten...
terry foose of northbridge wrote:
I have wonderful memories of my time with bryan sweetheart while we were in high school together . My deepest condolences to all his family and his friends . I know he will be missed by all. love you bryan .
Cathy Joyce of Plymouth wrote:
My sincere condolences to you all. Bryan really was a great guy and I'll miss our talks. He was extraordinarily proud of all his children and grandchildren, you could see the love in his eyes when he spoke of them. Ride In Peace.
Ken Jensen wrote:
Rest in peace old friend
Franny Haney of Duxbury, MA wrote:
Brooke, I’m so sorry for your loss of Bryan, he was truly one of the good guys we had here on earth.
Brooke Fleming of Duxbury, MA wrote:
My heart is heavy for you all. Bryan was simply an amazing man and our whole Duxbury community is at a loss. He was my dearest friend and confidant these past 9 years and I will never never forget him and what he has meant me and all of us.
Thomas J. Gorton of Nanning, China wrote:
I met Bryan about 15 years ago crossing paths on residential construction in Falmouth. I liked him instantly and mutual respect grew quickly. He had a tremendous amount of good inside him which was always readily apparent in demeanor and in every conversation. He was an outstanding carpenter and could easily frame any home no matter the degree of difficulty. From China I am sending my sincere condolences to Bryan's family and friends on his 'much-to-soon' passing. A really good guy gone.
John brousseau of Duxbury wrote:
Rest in peace Bryan...
Janet Cooper-Ouellette of East Falmouth wrote:
I have great memories of Jr High School and High School together. And our 1st Dance in 8th grade to the song Misty Blue... RIP my friend. Janet
Martha Brenner Slone of Lexington MA wrote:
I met Bryan a few years ago when I was looking for someone to work on my house at the gurnet. He was a wonderful bright spark; competent, smart, funny. I always looked forward to working with him and will miss his presence.
Thomas Landry of Carver wrote:
I will miss you brian very much tom@goodrich lumber
rebecca perry of centerville, ma wrote:
I just got the awful news of bryans passing. So very sad. He was a very close friend some years ago and as bryan did, he drifted away and we lost touch. During those years in centerville he was one of my dearest friends, as were our dogs best buddies. Mias would find her way to my house after bryan left for work and spend her days with flaura and I. He was always available for a boating adventure, and certainly I was able to see how extremely talented he was when he did some construction projects for me. He had such a big heart, was so very talented, a generous sweet man. I have missed his friendship and now no hope of catching up on each others lives. Jade, Daniel, Kerri, I am so sad for your loss. I know he is with you still in all the memories you will carry with you always. You were his greatest accomplishment!