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Bryan S. McKennaNovember 29, 1984 – June 28, 2004

Bryan S. McKenna, 19, of Rifle died June 28, 2004, at his residence.A celebration of his life will be at 6:58 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, at First Christian Church in Rifle. Pastor Dene Johnson will officiate.Bryan was born in Wheat Ridge on Nov. 29, 1984, the son of Judith (Pastor) and Matthew McKenna.Survivors include his parents of Rifle; grandparents Donna McKenna of Littleton, and Colburn and Linda Pastor of Lakewood; two brothers, Cullen and Darien McKenna of Rifle; one sister, Shannon McKenna of Rifle; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.He lived in the area for seven years, and enjoyed fishing, camping and spending time with his friends. He was a member of Boy Scout Troop 223 in Rifle, and was baptized in the First Christian Church in Rifle. He graduated form Rifle High School in 2003.The family suggests memorials to the Bryan McKenna Memorial Fund for the many charitable organizations that assisted the family, in the care of any area Alpine Bank.Farnum-Holt Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


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