Mr. Bryan K. Monroe

August 22, 1965 - January 13, 2021
Bethesda, Maryland

Mr. Bryan K. Monroe

August 22, 1965 - January 13, 2021
Bethesda, Maryland


Mr. Bryan K. Monroe lives in Bethesda, Maryland, passed away at the age of 55.
Born on Aug 22, 1965 and passed away on Jan 13, 2021.

A Message from Dr. Hari P Close:

Good Afternoon, Let me first Thank you for writing us here at Hari P Close Funeral Service. We appreciate your feedback. We apologize for the unforeseen outage. We did not anticipate such a large amount of traffic for this service. Our systems are configured to expand dynamically as usage increase but due to the current COVID crisis our school system have caused strains on our providers resources.

The outpouring of support via the internet was communicated to the family and they appreciated the number of people who thought enough of Mr Monroe to attend his service.

We do look forward to you giving our establishment another chance in the future.

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: January 19, 2021 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Forth Lincoln Cemetery
  • Location: 3401 Bladensburg Road Brentwood, MD - (Get Directions)

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Celebration of life service

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11 responses to Mr. Bryan K. Monroe

  1. Brian,

    You were a great man, father and friend. You exemplified excellence and Christ in everything that you did. I am honored to call you my friend and I will see you again in heaven. Rest in peace, my dear, sweet friend. My deepest condolences to your beautiful family.

    Dr. Monica Larson

  2. To The General and Family, on behalf of the Blands (LeRoy, Sylvia and Michelle) in Coral Springs, FL, please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your son, brother, husband, and father, Bryan. May God’s peace and love comfort you in HIS heavenly arms. We know you’ll cherish the wonderful memories that are etched in your hearts. Much love to you ALL…

  3. Mark K Hicks says:

    My days have been saddened by the passing of a GREAT MAN I do not say that lightly. I was fortunate to meet Bryan when he moved to San Jose and I remember going to his apartment so that I could help him purchase his first home as his Real Estate Broker. On that day we became friends when his children were born I was one of the first people to go see them they were his pride and joy. He impacted my life in such a way that he was one of those Angels along the way that you meet as we are traveling thru this life. My life was made greater by his friendship. I discussed any and everything with him. I will never forget him as a person like him comes once in a lifetime. God has called back one of his greatest soldiers and I realize that he was needed somewhere else. I love you and will miss you! To the family, I am lost for words but know that Bryan was a gift from God. To his children, I met you when you were one day old and he loved you more than anything. To Tahirah and Abrile I know this is hard but he loved you also. I must find comfort in that God knows when he calls his soldiers home but that does not make it easier for those left behind.

  4. I feel blessed to have worked with Bryan during his newspaper career days in California.

    During the livestream funeral service it was noted that the wind was blowing to let us know that Bryan’s spirit is with us. Let it be known that here in San Jose, where Bryan built his journalism career at the Mercury News, a wind storm blew in the night before the services and didn’t let up until after the services the next day.

    To Bryan’s children, loved ones, friends, and the people he mentored, may you carry the baton passed on by Bryan with strength from the mighty winds of Bryan at your back.


  5. Mark K Hicks says:

    I thought I left this earlier but maybe I was having a moment. This was a GREAT MAN and I was truly blessed to be able to know him for so many years. To the family, I can only offer my sincere condolences. To Tahirah and Abrile he was a special person as you know. I think whoever he knew we all had this in common we were blessed to have him be a part of our lives. I cannot express in words what he meant to me as when we talked I could talk to him about everything. I’m gonna miss my friend. I am aware that God calls those that he needs and Bryan was called by God to do his work on Earth and he accomplished this and was needed elsewhere.

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