Bryan Keith Gore

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Bryan Keith Gore was born on 10/10/1963 to Doris L. and Herbert Gore in Glen Jean WV. Brian was unexpectedly called home on 12/01/2022.

Bryan attended Mt. Hope High school, upon his graduation he joined the United States Navy. Where he served for 8 years before being honorably discharged. Bryan relocated to Columbus, OH and started working for Lutheran Village (now Summits Trace) for 34 years.

Bryan loved his family and adored his daughter Brittany. The highlight of his life was walking Brittany down the aisle when she got married. Bryan was a loving, caring and giving person whose smile lit up a room. Bryan always wanted to bring laughter and joy to others no matter what he was going through. Being in Bryan’s presence brought light to the room without saying a word. Bryan liked the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Ohio State buckeyes. Bryan loved to cook, changing the recipe as he went along to give the dishes his personal touch, they always came out great. Bryan gave the Best Hugs, when he wrapped his arms around you knew you were loved.

Bryan was welcomed home to Heaven by his parents Doris L. and Herbert Gore, great-grandfather William Calloway, grandfather Preston Calloway, grandmother Beatrice Calloway, grandfather Lonnie Gore and grandmother Florence Gore. Uncle James Calloway, sister Lynn Holt and brother Edward Anderson.

Bryan leaves to carry on his legacy daughter Brittany (Chaz) Ward-Turner, grandson Jakobe Rome Turner, brothers Timothy (Barbara) Gore and Herman Anderson Jr., sisters Debra Holloway and Jennifer L. Anderson, Aunt Mary Cabell and Uncle Tracy Calloway. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Special friends Dreama and Sue and Kendall

Visitation 4:00 PM and Memorial Service 5:00 PM Saturday, December 17, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).


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Condolence Messages

  1. I’m going to miss you cousin Bryant.

    • J meet Bryan about 10 years ago and we became good friends more like brothers we had some good times I was with him a week before his passing and didn’t get to talk to him again you mite be gone but I never forget luv man rest easy my brother

  2. Loray Martin-Calhoun (Groveport, OH)

    To the Family of Bryan Gore, you have my Deepest Sympathy. Bryan and I grew up together in West Virginia, went to school together and our families were close friends. May the Lord Comfort you and the family. Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal.

  3. Michelle B Bibbs

    My Forever Love

    My heart is always with you
    Why did you leave me
    Why did you have to go
    Our lives had not even begun
    You know I loved you so
    Never an argument or disagreement
    Life for us was peaches and cream
    I’ll carry you deep within my heart
    The love for each other shall never part
    Your candilicious, my honeybrown
    What am I supposed to do
    Knowing that you won’t be around
    The hurt so deep inside
    No one will ever know
    I ask you again and again
    Just why did you have to go
    Things will never be the same again
    Without you being a part
    This game called life
    We both fought so hard
    One thing I know for sure
    Our talks made me feel secure
    I hope you keep a watch
    From somewhere up above
    I can at least honestly say
    And feel it from deep within
    Not a day will pass
    That I won’t think of you
    My one and only love so true
    When we gathered our thoughts
    Our conversation and feelings
    We never fought
    I’ll say again to you above
    You will always be

  4. My sincerest and deepest condolences to the family Bryan was truly a great person and I had the pleasure of working with him and being a friend he definitely will be missed as well as seeing that beautiful smiles and the little sayings he would come up with lol. Prayers to you all

  5. Mary Calloway Armstead

    Praying God’s peace and comfort to the Gore family.
    Thanking God for his blessing in the form of Bryan-Keith Gore. Amen.

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