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Bowling for Bryan Photo
Bowling for Bryan Photo
Bowling for Bryan Photo
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The Story

Date: April 9th, 2016
Time: 8:30 PM
Location: Super Bowl Lanes in Canton, MI


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On February 25th, 2015, Bryan Collison lost his life from a Pulmonary Embolism (PE), a blood clot in his lung. He was only 28 years old.  Although everyone is at risk to develop a blood clot, often times the signs and symptoms are misdiagnosed or overlooked.  It is our goal, that through this fundraiser, we can not only raise funds for the National Blood Clot Alliance but create awareness of this silent killer which is responsible for more deaths per year than AIDS, breast cancer and car accidents combined.  Please join us on April 9th, 2016 at 8:30 PM at Super Bowl Lanes in Canton, MI to celebrate and honor Bryan’s life. 


Bryan was a passionate and determined individual, everything he did, he did it with heart and pride. He was a die-hard sports fanatic, he watched every Detroit team, Michigan State, and the New England Patriots. Not only did Bryan enjoy watching sports, but he played soccer, baseball, and softball, he was a very talented bowler. Bryan gave his all in everything he did.


Bryan was also an extremely caring person. He was the type of guy that you could call at 3 am just because you needed someone to talk to.  He would drop whatever he was doing to come and help you, at any time of the day.  Bryan loved everyone, which was obvious by how close he was with the people in his life.  He would do anything for his family, friends and of course his fiancé and he made sure we knew it. 


Our family wants to keep Bryan’s memory alive. By partnering with the National Blood Clot Alliance, we hope to help raise awareness and help prevent life-threatening blood clots.  We do not want another family to have to go through this.  By registering for the event or donating to the National Blood Clot Alliance through our page, you will be helping to prevent blood clots, save lives and honor Bryan’s memory. 


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