Bryan Law Obituary, Death – Bryan Law has passsed away suddenly. On July 3, 2023, Bryan James Law, the beloved son of Billy Wayne Law and Judy Ann Norris, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 34. The circumstances surrounding his passing were utterly unforeseeable. His mother and father, respectively, are Judy Ann Norris and Billy Wayne Law. He was adopted as a baby. Mr. Law was welcomed into the world on the twelveth day of April in the year 1988, in the city of Georgetown. Bowling, hunting, and fishing were some of his favorite things to do in his spare time. His favorite activity was bowling.
Mr. Law is survived by his parents; his children Michael James Law, Katrina Odum, and Karissa Linderman; a brother, Bradley Shane Law (Tabitha); a niece named Kambrian; and two nephews named Roman and Kaine. In addition, Mr. Law leaves behind a brother named Bradley Shane Law (Tabitha). In addition, Mr. Law has a brother who goes by the name of Bradley Shane Law (Tabitha), who will be left behind. Tabitha, who is now his wife, will continue on after her husband.
In addition, he is survived by a large number of cousins as well as his aunts and uncles, Sue Cannon (Billy), Nellie Pope (Lewis), Angus Moore (Buddy), Elaine Mercer, Diane Goins, Frances Avant, Bonnie Brandon, Horace Cribb, Jimmy Law (Edna), Ben Norris (Daisy), Sam Norris (Linda), and Eugene Norris (Susan). It was after all of his grandparents had passed away that he was finally conceived. Both of his grandmothers had passed away by the time he was born: his maternal grandfather and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Cribb (Annie Mae), as well as his paternal grandmother, Marry Wiggins.
The Georgetown Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home, which is located at 2156 North Fraser Street, will be the location of a Celebration of Life Service that will be place on July 16, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. There has been no decision made regarding the timing or date of the memorial service. The Law family will get together right away following the conclusion of the service in order to meet and greet family and friends who were in attendance.