Bryant Rosas Obituary, Death – The victim was killed in an accident while driving back to California for the holidays. He had excelled as a football player at San Jose High School. According to Benedictine College officials, Bryant Rosas was driving from Kansas, where he attended Benedictine College, to San Jose, California, on December 13, when he became stranded in a snowstorm in Colorado. “It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of Bryant Rosas, a junior at Benedictine College. “We ask that you keep Bryant and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time,” the college’s athletic department wrote in a message to students.
According to a GoFundMe page set up to raise money for his funeral expenses, he was “eager to see his family when a snowstorm hit and caused the tragic death of a beautiful soul.” Rosas was well-known for his love of football and music, as well as his friendly personality and ability to sing Joel Osborn, the football team’s head coach, praised Rosas for his exceptional work ethic. “The kids respect him because he worked hard and he was always smiling and he was always energetic and positive,” Osborn told News Press. “He would be singing as he walked past my office. Being in his presence was a source of joy for me. One of his Benedictine classmates wrote on the GoFundMe page, “Every time I saw him on campus he would smile and wave and it would make my day brighter.” A truly remarkable man.”
Rosas played offensive lineman for San Jose City College’s football team during the 2021 season. “We will miss your energetic personality, warm smile, and locker room concerts,” San Jose City College tweeted in response to their student’s death. When Benedictine College students return from winter break in January, the college will hold a memorial service on campus.