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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Bryan Galyon

Bryan Galyon Funeral Arrangements

Bryan Galyon, formerly of Hank's Ambulance and NorthStar Ambulance, passed away last week at him home. Bryan was also with the Crimson Tide EMS and could be seen taking an injured player off the field at many Alabama games.

God rest is soul and comfort his family and friends. He will be missed.


Tuesday at Circlewood Baptist Church
5pm Family visitation
6 – 8pm Public visitation

Funeral Service

Wednesday at Circlewood Baptist Church
Service at 2pm followed by graveside at Memory Hill Gardens

Circlewood Baptist Church
2201 Loop Rd
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 553-4315

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Memory Hill Gardens
2200 Skyland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 556-6182

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At 8/04/2009 01:15:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bryan was my partner for about a year back in the early 90's at Hanks. He was more than a partner, but a freind and mentor. He taught me take pride in my appearance, but mostly to learn more about emergency medicine than the protocols and what to do. He made me want to learn why. To be more than just a medic but a professional. He inspired me to be more which lead me into private industry and a very good career. Ive been in Atlanta 15 years now and Ive just learned of his death. Im so saddened by this.

"Byron Gaylon", thank you for being what you were. A true southern gentleman and a staunch professional.

Chad Jackson

At 11/17/2009 12:55:00 AM , Blogger Joe said...

I met Bryan in 1997 when I moved to Birmingham after getting out of the Army. We talked for over 2 hours about what I had done in EMS and the history of his company(NPS at the time). He urged me to look at the other ambulance companies in the area and then come back if I was still interested in working for him. I did, and the 3 years I spent at NPS were the best of my career. Bryan was always there for his medics, would always make you laugh and always made you think. My heartfelt sympathies go out to his family, friends and the Northstar family. I'm sure he will be missed by all. J. M. Beach SGT(K-9) Department of the Army Police, Ft. Hood, Tx


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