GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                   Saturday, March 7, 1998

=============================================================================WAYNE LEE BRYAN

  CHINOOK - Wayne Lee Bryan, 50, died Wednesday in Malta.

  Memorial services are 11 a.m. Monday at the Assembly of God Church in Chinook, with burial in Kuper Mermorial Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the church. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook  is handling arrangements.

  Bryan was born Dec. 10, 1947 in Salt Lake City. His family moved to Chinook in 1953 where he attended schools until spending his senior year and graduating from Springville High School in Utah. He attended Brigham Young University and studied Electrical Engineering.

  Bryan worked in California, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota for Caterpillar as a master mechanic. He also worked in Elko, Nev., on mining equipment.

  On Sept. 21, 1994, he married Janice Gail Looby at the Chief Joseph Battleground south of Chinook.

  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

  Surviving are his wife; parents Bill and Margaret Bryan of Chinook; daughters, Ginger Lynn Wicks of Columbia Falls, Jody JoLee Myer of Serverna Park, Md., Chellie Lee Bryan and Misty Rae Bryan of Salt Lake City; sons, Charles Wayne Bryan of Richmond, Va., and Martin David Bryan of Salt Lake City; stepsons, James David Looby of Bozeman and Edward Neil Looby of Liverpool, Texas; sisters, Helen Sue Knudson of Clinton and Marsha Ann Opsta of East Helena; brothers, Gary Bryan of Columbia Falls and Kent Douglas Bryan of Chinook; and two grandchildren.

  Cause of death was a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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THE SENTINEL                                        Wednesday, March 11, 1998

=============================================================================WAYNE LEE BRYAN

  CHINOOK - Wayne Lee Bryan, 50, died Wednesday, March 4, 1998, in Malta from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

  Bryan was born Dec. 10, 1947 in Salt Lake City to Billie Wayne and Margaret Lee Bryan. The family moved to Chinook in 1953.

  Brayn attended schools in Chinook and graduated from Springville High School in Utah. He studied  Electrical Engineering at Brigham Young University.

  He worked in California, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota for Caterpillar as a master mechanic, and worked in Elko, Nev., on mining equipment.

  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

  He married Janice Gail Looby on Sept. 21, 1994, at the Chief Joseph Battleground south of Chinook.

  Bryan is survived by his wife, Janice of Malta; parents Bill and Margaret Bryan of Chinook; two sons, Charles Wayne Bryan of Richmond, Va., and Martin David Bryan of Salt Lake City; four daughters, Ginger Lynn Wicks of Columbia Falls, Jody JoLee Myer of Serverna Park, Md., Chellie Lee Bryan and Misty Rae Bryan both of Salt Lake City;  stepsons, James David Looby of Bozeman, and Edward Neil Looby of Liverpool, Texas; two brothers, Gary Bryan of Columbia Falls and Kent Douglas Bryan of Chinook; two sisters, Helen Sue Knudson of Clinton and Marsha Ann Opsta of East Helena;  and two grandchildren.

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THE JOURNAL, BLAINE COUNTY NEW-OPINION              Wednesday, March 11, 1998

=============================================================================WAYNE BRYAN

  Wayne Lee Bryan, 50, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on March 4, 1998, in Malta. Memorial services were held on Monday, March 9, 1998, at 11:00 a.m. in the Assembly of God Church, with burial in the Kuper Mermorial Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to the Assembly of God Church in Chinook. Arrangements were by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

  Wayne was born to Billie Wayne and Margaret (Lee) Bryan on December 10, 1947, in Salt Lake City, UT. His family moved to Chinook in June of 1953 and he attended school in Chinook. He graduatedg from Springville High School in Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he studied Electrical Engineering. Wayne worked in California, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota for the Caterpillar Company. He also worked in Elko, Nev., on mining equipment.

  On September 31, 1993, Wayne married Janice Gail Looby at the Chief Joseph Battleground south of Chinook. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

  Survivers include his wife, Janice of Malta; his parents Bill and Margaret Bryan of Chinook; two sons, Charles Wayne Bryan of Richmond, Va., and Martin David Bryan of Salt Lake City; four daughters, Ginger Lynn Wicks of Columbia Falls, Jody JoLee Myer of Serverna Park, Md., Chellie Lee Bryan and Misty Rae Bryan of Salt Lake City;  two stepsons, James David Looby of Bozeman and Edward Neil Looby of Liverpool, Texas; two brothers, Gary Bryan of Columbia Falls and Kent Douglas Bryan of Chinook; two sisters, Helen Sue Knudson of Clinton and Marsha Ann Opsta of East Helena;  and two grandchildren.

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THE SENTINEL                                        Wednesday, March 18, 1998

=============================================================================WAYNE LEE BRYAN

  CHINOOK - Wayne Lee Bryan, 50, died Wednesday, March 4, 1998, in Malta from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

  Bryan was born Dec. 10, 1947 in Salt Lake City to Billie Wayne and Margaret Lee Bryan. The family moved to Chinook in 1953.

  Brayn attended schools in Chinook and graduated from Springville High School in Utah. He studied  Electrical Engineering at Brigham Young University.

  He worked in California, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota for Caterpillar as a master mechanic, and worked in Elko, Nev., on mining equipment.

  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

  He married Janice Gail Looby on Sept. 21, 1994, at the Chief Joseph Battleground south of Chinook.

  Bryan is survived by his wife, Janice of Malta; parents Bill and Margaret Bryan of Chinook; two sons, Charles Wayne Bryan of Richmond, Va., and Martin David Bryan of Salt Lake City; four daughters, Ginger Lynn Wicks of Columbia Falls, Jody JoLee Myer of Serverna Park, Md., Chellie Lee Bryan and Misty Rae Bryan both of Salt Lake City;  stepsons, James David Looby of Bozeman, and Edward Neil Looby of Liverpool, Texas; two brothers, Gary Bryan of Columbia Falls and Kent Douglas Bryan of Chinook; two sisters, Helen Sue Knudson of Clinton and Marsha Ann Opsta of East Helena;  and two grandchildren.

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THE HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                Tuesday, March 10, 1998

=============================================================================WAYNE LEE BRYAN

  CHINOOK - Wayne Lee Bryan, 50, died Wednesday, March 4, 1998, in Malta from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

  Memorial services were Monday at the Assembly of God Church in Chinook with burial in Kuper Mermorial Cemetery.

  Bryan was born Dec. 10, 1947 in Salt Lake City to Billie Wayne and Margaret Lee Bryan. The family moved to Chinook in 1953.

  Brayn attended schools in Chinook and graduated from Springville High School in Utah. He studied  Electrical Engineering at Brigham Young University.

  He worked in California, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota for Caterpillar as a master mechanic, and worked in Elko, Nev., on mining equipment.

  He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

  He married Janice Gail Looby on Sept. 21, 1994, at the Chief Joseph Battleground south of Chinook.

  Bryan is survived by his wife, Janice of Malta; parents Bill and Margaret Bryan of Chinook; two sons, Charles Wayne Bryan of Richmond, Va., and Martin David Bryan of Salt Lake City; four daughters, Ginger Lynn Wicks of Columbia Falls, Jody JoLee Myer of Serverna Park, Md., Chellie Lee Bryan and Misty Rae Bryan both of Salt Lake City;  stepsons, James David Looby of Bozeman, and Edward Neil Looby of Liverpool, Texas; two brothers, Gary Bryan of Columbia Falls and Kent Douglas Bryan of Chinook; two sisters, Helen Sue Knudson of Clinton and Marsha Ann Opsta of East Helena;  and two grandchildren.

  Memorials are suggested to the church. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook  is handling arrangements.

  Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook was in charge of arrangements.

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