Bryan Bender Obituary, Death – On September 19, 2014, thirty-year-old Brian Curtis Bender was a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in an accident that ultimately took his life. Gary and Renee Bender were there in Vancouver, Washington, on August 8, 1984, to greet their newborn son as he made his entrance into the world.
On the fifteenth of January in 2011, he and Kimberly Kysar exchanged their vows and became husband and wife.
His wife, Kimberly; their son, Logan; and the child that they are expecting together; his parents, Gary and Renee Bender; brother, Raymond (Jolene) Bender; sisters, Cherie (Mike) Webb, Tiffany (Keith) Reddig and Kathleen (Erik) Koskiniemi, Stephany (Leon) Redinger; his grandfather, Ronald (Jan) Bender; and a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Bruce and Edna Foley, who were his maternal grandparents, as well as Carol Bender, who was his paternal grandmother, all passed away before he was born. Throughout the entirety of his life, he was actively involved in the activities of the Old Apostolic Lutheran Church. He was noted for his warmth and compassion in all of his roles, including that of husband, father, and son. It was impossible to catch him without a grin on his face. He placed the utmost importance on his faith in all aspects of his life.
When Brian wasn’t spending time with his wife or having fun with his son, one of his favorite things to do was to go outside and enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery. Old Apostolic Lutheran Church in Battle Ground, Washington, located at 32320 NE Lewisville Hwy, will be the location of the funeral services that will be place on Wednesday, September 24. There will be a viewing on September 23, beginning at six in the evening and continuing until eight thirty in the evening.