Bryanna Dugan Obituary, Bryanna Dugan of Cuyahoga Falls Ohio has died

Bryanna Dugan Obituary, Death – Bryanna Dugan, who was only 22 years old and had a grin that could brighten any room, passed away unexpectedly due to complications caused by Type 1 Diabetes. Bryanna was born in Akron, Ohio, and she completed her high school education at Cuyahoga Falls in 2018. While she was working for Visiting Angels, she was also attending school to become a nurse. Her great-grandparents Carl and June Davis, as well as Bill and Jean Spardy, Papa Johnny Costello, and Godfather Andy Andrews, all passed away before she was born.

She is survived by her mother Jessica Spardy, her father Eric (Jen) Dugan, her paternal grandmother Pam Dugan, and her paternal grandparents Denny and Kathy Spardy as well as her great-grandmother Maggie Costello. Brielle and Brendan are both Brielle’s siblings. Ruby and Brooks Dugan, Uncle Mike (Kristen) Presley, Aunt Stephanie (Jim) Tyson, and Nicholas Linaburg are all members of the Presley family. Her family served as the basis of her life.

Bryanna is also survived by her great boyfriend Xavier Jeter, his son Kaden, and the rest of Xavier’s family, all of whom were kind and caring towards her. She leaves behind a large number of devoted family members and friends who will miss her greatly.

Bryanna is deserving of being honored with the same level of love and care that she displayed on a daily basis. Donations to the American Diabetes Association would be much appreciated in place of traditional floral tributes. Please come to the calling hours wearing whatever is most comfortable for you. Bryanna, Mommy and Daddy love you.

At 11:00 in the morning on Friday, December 23, 2022, there will be a Christian burial service held at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, which is located at 300 E. Tallmadge Avenue in Akron, Ohio 44310. On Thursday, December 22, 2022, calling hours will be held from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Hennessy-Bagnoli-Moore Funeral Home, which is located at 936 North Main Street in Akron, Ohio 44310. (Corner of Mildred and N. Main). It has been decided that cremation will take place, and Holy Cross Cemetery will serve as the final resting place for Bryanna.