In Memory of Bryan Hall for Liz, Eva & Emily

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3/14 - We would like to thank everyone that has donated so far. It is amazing to see the generosity from all of Hall’s family, friends, coworkers, neighbors and people that did not even know them. Liz is so appreciative of your support. Please continue to share the story.
Rob & Heather

On the evening of March 8th, after a CrossFit workout at his favorite gym, Black Iron, Bryan was home with his family and started to not feel well. Paramedics rushed Bryan to the hospital where they discovered he was having a heart attack.  Being an active and vibrant 36 year old, the doctors felt certain they could successfully treat his condition.  Sadly, Bryan’s condition rapidly deteriorated and he passed away shortly thereafter with his wife Liz by his side.

Liz and Bryan were high school sweethearts in Lewiston, NY and were married in Niagara Falls in 2007. In 2011, they welcomed Eva into the world and in 2017 welcomed little Emily. They are an amazing family. Bryan adored Liz and his girls more than anything in the world. Bryan lived life to the fullest while being a good person and a good example for us all.

There are no words to express the grief and devastation felt by all who loved him. He was an amazing husband, father, son, brother, cousin, friend and coworker to so many.

Bryan attended Syracuse University where he played on the club rugby team. Out of college in 2004, Bryan started a career with Toyota Financial Services in CT. He was so proud of his ability to train, mentor and grow the associates that reported to him. Bryan began getting promoted quickly and moved up in the ranks in offices in Boston, Baltimore, Middletown, NY and lastly in Plano, TX at the Toyota North American Headquarters where the Halls called home for the past 16 months.  

If you knew Bryan, you know he was a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan, he could tell you any stat on any player, coach or opposing team. He loved the Sabres as well and even had the opportunity to take the girls to a game in Dallas recently.

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share this story and the GoFundMe Page in the hopes of that we can help to ease their financial burden and allow Liz more time to grieve, heal and focus on Eva and Emily and their future.

So many have asked how they can help, we thank you in advance for contributing in his memory. Please share this link to your social media pages and forward to any friends/family you feel would appreciate the  information.

We know it would make Bryan so happy to know we are supporting his family. We thank you for your love and support and the sharing of Bryan’s story.

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3/19/19- There are not enough words express how thankful I am for each and every person who has reached out to me during this awful time. Bry was such a well-loved person and he is definitely smiling from above knowing just how much love and support is being given to the three ladies in his life ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Thank you to everyone from the bottom of my heart. Xoxoxo Liz, Eva & Emily ❤️❤️❤️
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