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“Bryan will be missed by his DOTD family. My deepest sympathy to his family in his passing so young. May God renew your strength in His love as only...Read More »
1 of 22 | Posted by: Patrice Little - Baton Rouge, LA

“I was so saddened to hear about Brian's passing. He was such a sweet guy and was always there in the blink of an eye whenever I needed help with...Read More »
2 of 22 | Posted by: Holli Bergeron - Baton Rouge, LA

“My deepest sympathy to the family. Bryan was such a nice person and always helpful. I will miss seeing him running around trying to help everybody....Read More »
3 of 22 | Posted by: Tonja Smith - baton rouge, LA

“My deepest sympathies to the family. My prayers are with you at this sad time. I will miss Bryan so much. Always kind, helpful, and polite. He was...Read More »
4 of 22 | Posted by: Gretchen LeBlanc - Baton Rouge, LA

“We miss Bryan so much...he was the kindest, most considerate, and pleasant person at DOTD Headquarters. I looked forward to seeing his smiling face...Read More »
5 of 22 | Posted by: Michele Darnell - Baton Rouge, LA

“Bryan will truly be missed here at DOTD. He was a quiet person with a pleasant disposition and professional at all times. ”
6 of 22 | Posted by: Gayle H. Davis - Baton Roug, LA

“We are sad to hear about Bryan's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dorothy, Layton and the entire family. Bryan was a smart and sweet young...Read More »
7 of 22 | Posted by: Tammy Truett West

“My deepest sympathies to his family. I hope that you find solice in the fact that he is with our Father in Heaven. Bryan was absolutly the sweetest...Read More »
8 of 22 | Posted by: Veronica "Ronie" Pollet - LA

“Even though I only knew Bryan for a short while, he was such a wonderful person to work with. He was polite, helpful and thoughtful, and he will be...Read More »
9 of 22 | Posted by: Elna Branzaru - baton rouge, LA

“I already miss seeing that smiling face every time I met you in the hall or in the elevator. Thanks for all the help and all the lessons dealing...Read More »
10 of 22 | Posted by: Shirley Tregre - Denham Springs, LA

“Like everyone else at DOTD, I was shocked and saddened when I learned of Brian's death. He was always helpful and professional and always said hello...Read More »
11 of 22 | Posted by: John Spragio - Co-Worker at DOTD

“Bryan helped me several times, and was always friendly, and enthusiastic, and would not mind doing extra to help out. I'm very sorry for your loss. ...Read More »
12 of 22 | Posted by: Nathan Daughety - Baton Rouge, LA

“I work at the DOTD headquarters building. I probably passed Bryan in the halls a few times a week, just saying hi and going about our work. He was...Read More »
13 of 22 | Posted by: Jason David - Baton Rouge, LA

“As an employee in the IT section of Louisiana’s Department of Transportation & Development, I want you to know how much Bryan was liked as a person...Read More »
14 of 22 | Posted by: Marianne Mayard - Baton Rouge, LA

“I wanted to send a note to the family to let them know that you are all in my prayers. Bryan was such a kind and helpful guy. It was so upsetting...Read More »
15 of 22 | Posted by: Susan Williams - Baton Rouge, LA

“I was shocked and saddened to hear of Bryan's passing. He was always helpful and friendly. My thoughts and prayers are with the Alford Family...Read More »
16 of 22 | Posted by: Gail Falks - Livingston, LA

“I knew Bryan through my work as an engineer for DOTD. I'd see him on our floor nearly every day, and he was always nice and very helpful to everyone...Read More »
17 of 22 | Posted by: Scott Choate - Baton Rouge, LA

“I ENJOYED WORKING WITH BRYAN. HE IS SUCH A TRUE HARD WORKING, AND SWEET INDIVIDUAL. I WORK IN GENERAL FILES AT LADOTD. THERE IS A LOT OF INFORMATION...Read More »
18 of 22 | Posted by: DJUANA SIMPSON - ZACHARY, LA

“We were so very sad to hear about Bryan. It is always a tragedy to lose someone so young. We know he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. ...Read More »
19 of 22 | Posted by: Jim & Lorraine Reeves - Bogalusa, LA

“I never had the opportunity to meet Bryan in person, but know that he was so loved by his mother, my dear friend Dorothy....and certainly the, "Apple...Read More »
20 of 22 | Posted by: Twila Shakespeare - San Diego, CA

“Nice fellow; always willing to help; extremely pleasant and friendly and always exhibiting a positive work ethic, good attitude along with his quiet...Read More »
21 of 22 | Posted by: Frank L Ward - Hammond, LA

“I am so very sorry about the loss of Bryan. I saw him many times in the hallways of DOTD and he always had a smile on. My thoughts and prayers are...Read More »
22 of 22 | Posted by: pam dixon - baton rouge, LA


Bryan Paul Alford passed away at the Carpenter House Hospice in Baton Rouge at 8:42 PM on Thursday, August 30, 2012 at the age of 34 with his mother by his side holding his hand.
He was a resident of Baton Rouge and once a resident of Palos Verdes, California and Las Vegas, Nevada. He was a Senior Field Service Engineer with Intergraph Corporation for the past 5 years.
Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 from 11:00 AM until religious services at 1:00 PM in the funeral home chapel conducted by his uncle Steve Hyatt.
Survived by his mother, Dorothy Jane Hyatt Nicholson; father, Layton Harris Alford, Jr.; stepfather, Douglas L. Nicholson; uncle, Steve Hyatt of San Antonio, Texas; aunts, Mary McCarroll and Sandra "Sue" Wiggins.
Preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Clinton Hyatt, Sr. and Dorothy Calvert Hyatt; paternal grandparents, Layton Alford, Sr. and Thelma L. Alford; 2 uncles, Clinton Hyatt, Jr. and Samuel T. Hyatt. He attended St. Luke's Episcopal Elementary School and graduated from Texas Military Institute in San Antonio, Texas and graduated from Remington College in Baton Rouge. Special thanks to TNCC Nursing Staff at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center and all nursing staff of Carpenter House Hospice, especially Trygve "Trig" Olson, R.N.. Memorial donations may be made to St. Joseph's Hospice, Carpenter House, 10615 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge, LA

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