Bryan Dewayne Gutierrez

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Bryan Dewayne Gutierrez passed away unexpectedly at the age of 24. He was born on June 17, 1997 in Poteau, OK and was raised there.

He is preceded in death by Antonio Gutierrez Rivera, Dolores Flores Sosa, Sherry Hornburger, Carlos Gutierrez Flores, Rosaliano Gutierrez Flores, Antonio Gutierrez Ortega, and Takela Fashawn Hornburger.

In his short life he enjoyed being with his friends and family, and touched the lives of many.

Bryan played his heart out in soccer with his loved ones and enjoyed every minute. Bryan spent much of his life having fun with his life-long friend, his brother, Lake Banda along with his “Snuff”; making people laugh and smile was his devotion. Bryan always worried about everyone’s well-being, never of his own. He returned to work out of state to help his mother, Olga Gutierrez, raise money for her trip to Mexico as a part of his “mission”. The love he had for his family was unmatched. He always made sure his parents, Gustavo and Olga Gutierrez, his brothers Jeremy and Chris Gutierrez, and sister Niky Gutierrez, were well and happy.

This world lost a beautiful love-filled soul on October 23, 2021 in Wheeling, West Virginia due to a car accident. He was taken from us far too soon, but his illuminated bright soul will live on with us until we meet again. May we all live our lives in remembrance of Bryan, making him proud of us. Chino remains in all of our hearts forever. Go Steelers!

Viewing will be from 2 pm – 8 pm on Wednesday with the Rosary from 6-8 pm.

Mass will be Noon Thursday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Poteau.

Burial will be at Oakland Cemetery, Poteau.

Pallbearers will be Jeremy, Chris, Ulises, Allan & Jiovanny Fragoso Gutierrez, Kevin Avila, Brandon Nava and Lake Banda

Funeral is under the directions of Evans and Miller Funeral Home in Poteau. 


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