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Brian Bommersbach

September 02, 2015

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September 11, 2015
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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September 11, 2015
- 7:00 PM

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Brian Bommersbach

September 02, 2015

Obituary

Brian Matthew Bommersbach (formerly of West Fargo, ND) passed away September 2nd, 2015, after a long battle with A.L.L., a rare form of Leukemia in Denver, Colorado.

Brian was born on December 31, 1975 in Fargo, ND to Terry and Kim Bommersbach. Brian attended and graduated from West Fargo High School. He was a young athlete that excelled at everything he was involved with from a young age to the end.

Brian was always a bright light in everyone’s eyes. His family was always first with him and the outdoors were his sanctuary. He had love for every beautiful sight he could capture. His passion for everything he did whether it was his love for snowboarding or the music he listened to, he went above and beyond to get anyone else to feel the same way. His laugh was so contagious and his smile was so enlightening, and when he gave you a hug you thought he’d never let go. His fight through cancer was totally for his family and his dogs, never once did he worry for himself. When that fight got really hard, Brian relied on his spiritual roots to find solace. He loved to share a message of peace and positivity. Towards the end of his battle he reconnected with his Christian roots, and he was comfortably in the hands of his maker when he passed.

Brian is survived by his parents Terry and Kim Bommersbach, his wife Amissa (Kitzberger), daughter Kya Destiny, sister Kristen (Scheving), brother-in-law John (JJ), nieces Taylum and Sophia. Other survivors include his grandmothers, Kathy Frost, Fargo, Ardell Bell, West Fargo, several uncles and aunts and cousins who will miss his smiling face.

Brian will be missed by all those who knew him. Fly high our Great Eagle!

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15 responses to “Brian Bommersbach”

  1. Jane Ehlis says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this very difficult time!

  2. Sherry Witt says:

    Kim and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this tough time.

  3. Frank and Linda Kasowski, Jr. says:

    Terry and Kim: Our heartfelt condolences of the loss of your son. A parents nightmare in losing one of their children. Our thoughts are with you and just can not imagine the pain of this loss to you and your family as a whole and to Brian and his family.

  4. Jan Gall says:

    Am so sorry to hear about Brian. I did enjoy reading his comments and pictures he shared on facebook.

    I wished I had met him, it seems he was one hell of a guy. My thoughts and prays are with you during this

    time of sorrow. There isn’t anything that can be said or done to make it better I know (as we are still grieving

    ourselves out here in Washington for Buddy and Kenny) but we are thinking of you and family during this time.

    Jan, Jan, Jamie, Jessica, Jared and Cody

  5. Leah Whitcomb says:

    Dear Kristen and Family,
    I’m so sorry you are going through this difficult time. There are no words to express that pain. Remember Brian as he would want to be remembered, with smiles and laughter. I didn’t know him personally, but I can tell from his smile and warmth that he was a beautiful person that made this world a brighter place. He will always be a bright star. Thinking of you all.

  6. Monique says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. Although I did not know your loved one personally, I hope knowing that they are in our loving heavenly Father’s memory will bring your family comfort during this difficult time. Very soon now we can look forward to God’s promise at a Revelation 21:4: “… Death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore, the former thing have passed away.”

  7. Brenda Sacrison says:

    Terry and Kim, so sorry for your loss, know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. Laurie (Wadeson) Haukedahl says:

    Terry & Kim, My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this most difficult time. I always enjoyed watching Brian and Matt play ball together. Both were awesome players! May Brian rest in peace.

  9. Nicole Norem says:

    Kristen and Family,
    Thoughts and Prayers are with you during this most difficult time. Brian’s strength during his fight with cancer is inspirational and admirable.
    Rest in Peace Brian.

  10. Love you Brian!!! says:

    Thank you, appreciate our talks/FB msg’s in the last few months. Love you my Friend!! Miss your laughter, voice, etc.
    You are my inspiration to go on
    Thank You

  11. Georgia & Lee says:

    Terry, Kim and family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Take care.

  12. Suzanne Eilertson Hollenbeck says:

    So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you

  13. Bill K. says:

    I knew Brian from WFHS and sports. He was a very good basketball player and I enjoyed the game more when playing together. I’ll always remember being teammates junior year. Go with God.

  14. Liz Loge says:

    Terry & Kim- I am so so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing-I want to extend my sincerest sympathies to you and your family. This is Liz from Dean’s old office and I was just shocked when I heard and I didn’t know how to let you know I was thinking of you and your family.

    Liz Loge

  15. Frank Hunkler says:

    I am so sad for your loss! When Brian lived here, and attended NA meetings I was so privileged to be his sponsor. He taught me to drum. I have been drumming ever since. I wore out the skins on those drums but have kept them to remember Brian and his friends who will never know what they did for me by getting me to drum. I keep them out and so have thought of Brian on most days! I have more drums since those wore out. I love you all!

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