Bryan Gregory Kuchan

June 2000 ~ August 2020

About the Service

Private services will be held at Allen Mortuary.

Bryan Kuchan, age 20 of Turlock, passed away on Friday, August 7, 2020.  Bryan was raised in Turlock and wrestled at Turlock High School before graduating in 2018.  Bryan was a volunteer with Turlock Rural Fire; he enjoyed the outdoors, paintball, and loved spending time with family and friends.

Bryan is survived by his mother Sherrie Kuchan; brothers Chad and Mitchell Kuchan; and grandparents Bernice Semore and Carleta Ballantyne.  He is preceded in death by his father Randy Kuchan.

Private services will be held at Allen Mortuary.

Please share your memories and condolences at www.AllenMortuary.com


Remembrances

  1. Bryan-
    You were charming, funny and handsome. Mature for your age. In fact I know a Lowes employee flirting with you that was shocked to learn you were only 19. My son COREY was beside himself learning of your passing. I guess Julien and one gamer to another meant a friendship that he cherished. Easy passing to the other side. My prayers and go with you.

    COREY ‘s Mom (what you struck up our first conversation with)
    Lisa

  2. Sherrie, Bernie and family. So sorry for your loss our hearts and prayers are with all of you. ❤️

    We are here for you for ANYTHING

  3. Dearest Bryan,
    It broke my heart when I learned of your passing. I will never forget you in my second-grade class. You with bright eyes, a radiant smile, easy laugh, and the most kind soul. You were a true friend, filled with honesty and enjoyed by all. You loved working in the garden and were so excited when picking something you grew, or finding little creatures brought for me to see; you made our classroom sparkle and my days happy. You were one special person, you knew I always felt a fondness in my heart for you. Thank you for those periodic visits over the years with updates of your life, experiences, and exciting news of your family.. You always left me with such joy.
    This world will miss your kind heart. I will miss you. Go in peace.
    Much love,

  4. You will be missed so much. You became a part of our Lowe’s garden family. The last day I spent with you was putting palm trees away, we were so sick of them. We miss you in garden the boys are a bit lost without you. I hope your at peace, rest easy.

  5. Kid,

    That day I had interviewed what felt like 100 people. The first time I met you I knew you would make a perfect employee at Lowe’s. The interview was easy and I was so excited I hired you. We would talk about how you wanted so bad to one day become a fireman. I expressed how proud I was to hear how well you was doing in the garden dept. Once the season ended we had to either hire or fire all seasonal new hires. Paul fought for you like crazy, he wanted to keep you and we did. You became a brother to those guys out there and you will be missed every single day kid. Our prayers and love goes out to all the family.

  6. In the forest the owl is watching
    The wolf is waiting

    In the night fog, I touch an Indian Queen’s hand.

    It is not my place to stay

    I shall keep a piece of her torn heart close

    I wait for her return to the cottage with the rose colored door.
    For Sherrie

  7. Sherri, carlita
    I’m so sorry for your loss. I understand more than most people. I’m here for you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I know life is the worst right now but joy will come again and you will continue to fill his presence.

  8. Sherri my heart aches for you and your family. I will miss you Bryan. You will alway be in my heart. Rest In Peace Bryan. Your Aunty Nana.

  9. Bryan,
    We hardly talked in Elementary but you lit up the classroom. You made everyone laugh and made 5th and 6th grade enjoyable.
    Knowing that a young man with such a genuine, kindhearted and humorous soul has passed away really breaks my heart.
    Rest In Peace Bryan.

  10. Dear Sherrie and Family, we are so heartbroken to hear this news of your precious son. Although we didn’t get to meet him, I’m sure he was charming like Randy was and you of course. We would like to extend our sincere condolences during this difficult time. Prayers for you and your family. Love, Chris and Holly Borges

  11. Dear Sherrie,

    I am heartbroken, I can’t think of the right words to say to you, I love you cousin, I feel so bad for the loss of your son. Praying for you the family and sending my love.

  12. Bryan,
    I can still remember you on the first day of 6th Grade as you waited for everyone to run by me and grab the back seats in the classroom. You stood there, waited patiently, introduced yourself and shook my hand. You then walked to the front of the classroom and sat down like you owned the room. I was so impressed that at such a young age how mature and confident an incoming 6th grader could be. You were always vocal, highly entertaining, and hilarious without even trying. I thank you for always coming back to visit just to say hello and share your adventures. You will always be remembered as one of the best and Mr. Tovar’s favorite!

  13. I’m SO sorry Sherrie, sons & Berniece. My heart breaks for all of you. Praying for you & your family..

  14. Dear sherrie , words cannot express how deeply sorry I am for the loss of your son…. it’s heartbreaking to hear… my heart goes out to you and your family… during this most difficult time….. I am for you always ,,, know that … we been friends for many years… never forget that … I am hear if you need anything …. prayers from me to you … Love ronnie

  15. Dearest Sherrie – My heart aches for you and your family. Sending thoughts and prayers during this time. If there is anything you need please please let me know. Marjie (Olsson)

  16. My Handsome Bryan,

    There so much I want to say, you were so sweet to help your Nana an Jack
    pack so we could move to Turlock. You were so happy that I was here so
    you guys could come over anytime you wanted to hang out with us.

    I would text you an I got so excited when I would hear back from you.
    You had the biggest smile when I called you little Randy, I think that made
    you proud.

    Forever missed but never forgotten, it’s so hard through my tears I hope this makes sense. I will always Love You, little Randy , I Love You your Nana

  17. My condolences to the family that will never forget the love one that left way to soon. My memories of you are what a wonderful young man you were. You are a new angel helping the person that put you on this earth. Never forget that sweet smile……….Your GaGa loved you more than life.
    GaGa’s good friend,
    Louisa Allen

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