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Bryan Armijo

December 4, 1971 ~ September 16, 2021 (age 49)

Obituary

Bryan Armijo went home peacefully into the arms of the lord on Thursday, September 16, 2021 surrounded by his family. Bryan was born on  December 4, 1971 in San Luis Obispo CA son of Phil and Virginia Armijo.
Bryan played youth football and went to Arroyo Grande High School. Bryans professions included construction, tile setting,  professional painter and elite cannabis-culturest.
Bryans favorite place was at home where he took care of his grandsons during the day from infancy to daycare. Bryan had a special bond with them. They were his pride and joy. Bryans grandsons brought life to him. You can see Bryan light up when they were around or when he would talk about them and their adventures together. He enjoyed the sound of their laughter…and they laughed a lot.
Bryan was full of light, so unique, and outgoing in so many different ways.
Bryan loved reggae music festivals. He and his wife went yearly to several, traveling as far as Hawaii and Jamaica. Bryan was a record collector of unique reggae music. His love for music was so strong it passed on to his son Mathew which they both bonded over dearly. Bryan loved soccer he inspired his daughter Latisia to play at a young age. She played for nine years and dad never missed a practice nor game. He was her number one fan. Bryan loved to golf with his dad and brother-in-law Manuel. They created memories like no other. He also loved to BBQ with his cousin Alex. They were an exclusive team with a strict routine, but most at of all had a fun time cooking together. Bryan liked to fish with the guys or he would go on local charter boats. He liked to play poker and always watched cowboy movies, actually he was a movie watcher with to many favorites to name.
Bryan was the best gardener with a green thumb like his mother. Everything he touched he made it thrive to the fullest. His favorite plant to grow was cannabis. He started over 25 years ago with a small plant and the rest is history. 

“Bryan the Ganga Farmer” your legacy will live on!
Bryan is survived by his wife Bernice. Together for 29 years they built a life that included his most precious treasures…

his family.

Sons; Roland, Michael, and Matthew. Daughters; Melissa, and Latisia. His three grandchildren; Roland, Roman, and one on the way that he was so excited about. Bryan is also survived by his parents Virginia and Phil Armijo and many other family members who loved him as well. With all that has been said, and so much more that could be said, Bryan was truly loved.
Dearest Bryan – Devoted husband, Son, Father, Dad, Grandpa, Brother-in-law, Nephew, Uncle, Godfather, Cousin, and Friend. We will forever remember you, we will forever miss you, and we will forever love you. Until we see you again Jah Love


No eye has seen, no ear has herd, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him.           1 Corinthians 2:9

Services will be Saturday October 2, 2021 at 12:00 pm Arroyo Grande Cemetery. A Celebration of Life to Follow. 

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Services

Graveside
Saturday
October 2, 2021

12:00 PM
Arroyo Grande Cemetery
895 El Camino Real
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

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