William Morlan "Bill" Bryan
June 2, 1989  -  October 12, 2018

William Morlan "Bill" Bryan

William Morlan Bryan 29, passed away on Friday, October 12, 2018. A Memorial Service is scheduled for 10 o’clock in the morning on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at First Baptist Church in White Deer, TX.

Bill Bryan was born on June 2, 1989 in Camden, New Jersey. He attended Amarillo College where he received a degree in nursing. Bill worked at BSA Panhandle Surgical Center, Neighbors ER and ER Now. He was a hard worker who went above and beyond to make his patients were comfortable and well cared for. Bill will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

Bill is survived by his son: Jonas; his mother: Yvette Bryan; his father: Patrick Bryan; his brother: John Bryan and wife Megan; his grandfather: Morlan Shuman; his favorite nieces: Brynlee and Sadiee Bryan and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.


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  1. Phillip and Jackie Whitehead
    White Deer, TX

    We remember Billy as 100% boy, (that grin!), yet always, always a respectful young man. We will keep praying for comfort and peace for you and your family. We hope all the good memories you gave them quickly become the ones they dwell on. 😢

  2. Johnny and Jeanelle Benavidez
    Amarillo, TX

    Love and Respect, Bill. You will be dearly missed by all who knew you. Fly high, brother. Rest In Peace.

  3. Allison Henry
    amarillo, TX

    Bill- You will live on forever in our hearts and memories. May your family find peace and may God be with you all. Love you man! you are a great friend and nurse!

  4. Marion Elledge
    White Deer, TX

    Larry and Marion send prayers and peace to the family.

  5. Donna Ferrell
    Christival, TX

    Pat, Yvette, John and all family members,
    I am so sorry and Brian and I are praying for all of you!
    Bill was a great kid (I still think of him as a kid running through the halls at school).

  6. Randy and Crystal Steinman
    Amarillo, TX

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  7. Farley Family
    Amarillo, TX

    So sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences. Keeping you all in our thoughts and Prayers.

  8. Robin Christian
    Amarillo, TX

    My heart is broken for the family of Bill. I had the privilege of getting to know him and working with him at Panhandle Surgical Hospital. He was a stellar nurse, person and
    most importantly dad. I will miss you Bill! Gone but never, ever forgotten!

  9. Mary Parsley
    Golden, CO

    You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Much love, Mary and Shane Parsley
    Katrina, Tyler and Jordan

  10. Lyn Luster
    White Deer, TX

    God Bless you and your family. I am so sorry to hear about Bill. He was an awesome person his entire life. I know you all are heart broken as all of us are. Prayers and hugs!

  11. Coach Tory Peet
    Miami, TX

    I pray peace and comfort for the Bryan family. I will miss you, Bill.

  12. Janet Stevens
    White Deer, TX

    I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was a sweet person and I loved working with him.

  13. Robert and Christina McCown
    White Deer, TX

    To a wonderful person, through and through.

  14. Debora Arnold
    Panhandle, TX

  15. Kelsey Gabel
    Amarillo, TX

    Bill, you were an amazing friend and nurse. your smile always made the room brighter. you would help anyone and everyone and everything had its place. I will miss you. Take care up there. I still cant believe your gone. Fly High. well take care of your favorite little man down here.
    love you always. Kelsey

  16. Brenda White
    Amarillo, TX

    I am completely lost for words. Bill was not just a co worker and a friend , he was the most beautiful soul I have ever met. He helped me realize how important I was when I was struggling myself. He will forever be my hero and forever in my heart. Bill I love you forever.
    To his family I am so deeply sorry for your loss and each day I will think of you and send positive thoughts and healing your way.

  17. Ambher Longwell
    Amarillo, TX

  18. Selena Lenz
    White Deer, TX

    Yvette, I’m so sorry for the loss of your son. I can’t imagine what you’re going through. Thinking of you.

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