††† On Sept. 26, 2010, at 12:56 p.m., Bryan was serenaded by angels from Hendrick Hospital in Abilene to his Heavenly Home at the age of 35.
††† A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, at First Baptist Church, Junction, Texas. Bryanís uncle, Dennis Heinold, also from Victoria, will officiate, along with Steven Royall from Junction.
††† He was born Oct. 31, 1974, in Victoria. After a shooting accident when he was 6, Bryan was left physically handicapped, but he never let that stop him from achieving his goals. After graduating from Stroman High School in Victoria, Bryan went on to graduate from University of Houston, Victoria Campus with a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice. He lived in Junction for a brief time and then moved to Brownwood to be with his mother. He was full of life, and in spite of his many complications and illnesses, he didnít complain. He loved to fish, hunt and spend time with his favorite dog, Stacey. No matter what was going on, Bryan always had a smile to share. Even though he never understood his purpose in this world, he knew in his heart that God had a plan, and he accepted it. Bryan was a great inspiration for those who knew him and was loved by everyone.
††† Surviving Bryan are his parents, Sandy and Frank Wapelhorst of Brownwood; (Frank and Sandy both work at Superior Essex in Brownwood) Rob and Diane Glomb of Victoria; two brothers, Mickey Lange and Cody Glomb, both of Victoria; grandparents, Kennith and Lorena Williams of Junction, Dorothy Glomb of Shiner and Dan and Joyce Wapelhorst of Great Bend, Kan.; aunts and uncles, Eva and Bret Melton of Hutto; Cyndi and Larry Martin, LaNett and Buck Wilcox, all of Junction. He also leaves behind a multitude of cousins and dear friends.
††† If you would like to make a donation to help with the expenses, you can send memorials to First Baptist Church, 202 S. Eighth St., Junction, TX 76849.
††† Friends and relatives may sign his online guest book at nethertonfuneralhome.com.