Beecroft, Bryson N.

October 2, 1988 - December 16, 2016

Bryson Nicole Beecroft, age 28, of Frisco, Texas passed away Friday, December 16, 2016. Bryson was born October 2, 1988 to Michael Beecroft and Denise Dyer Beecroft in Dallas, Texas. She was a class of 2007 graduate from Hebron High School and later became a veterinary technician. Bryson was passionate about many things in life. She was a true & precious friend to countless people, an artist at heart, and a tireless advocate for animals of all species, breed and size. She enjoyed listening to David Bowie, Across the Universe Soundtrack, The Beatles, Bright Eyes and was known to wear headphones as a daily accessory. Bryson was kind, compassionate, and sought opportunities to help others often. She was easy to love and was welcoming to all people.

Bryson is survived by her parents, Mike and Denise Beecroft, sister, Kaitlyn Beecroft, brother, Charlie Beecroft, grandparents; Bud Beecroft, Barbara Putnam, Wallace Dyer, and Valjean Dyer, aunts; D’Ann Dyer, Care Picone, Paul Picone, and Kris Miranda, uncles; Greg Beecroft, David Beecroft, and Dan Beecroft, as well as numerous cousins, extended family, and dear friends.

 

Please consider making a donation in Bryson’s name to Operation Kindness 3201 Earhart Dr, Carrollton, TX 75006.

 

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
Amanda Roman Clement 214-306-6700

8 replies on “Beecroft, Bryson N.”

Lana Lugenheim says:

My prayers and deepest condolences go out to the Beecroft family. I know that Brys was deeply loved.
Lana Lugenheim

Geter Granados says:

Bryce will remain in the hearts of many that met him, he lived live to the fullest, and stayed true to himself. He found serenity in the company of animals. As a Vet Tech he enjoyed healing and helping animals in need. Bryce, you will always be remembered as a Hero

Chelsey LeFlore says:

I met Brys when we were working at Petsmart/Banfield several years ago. Although we did not stay in touch like I had hope I will always have a special place in my heart for her. She was always so sweet to me and we had several long talks about life and everything in between. I will never forget her and I will continue to keep her and her family in my prayers.

Love ya Brys!!

Aubre "Bre" Owen says:

Bryson,

You were the sweetest most giving person I know. There is not a middle school memory I have that doesn’t revolve around you. You always did good by your friends. You always made sure I had a smile on my face no matter how bad of a day you were having. You protected me. You were my hero, my big sister I never had. I am so lucky to have known you. I can hear your voice and your laugh so clearly in my memoires. All of those countless slumber parties and adventures we had will live on forever in my mind. I love you Bryson. Fly high Beautiful.

Aubre Gayle

Denise Adamson says:

Bryson was a beautiful person, her smile and laugh lit up a room. I can still hear the girls giggling and trying to be quiet during many of the numerous sleep overs. Aubre and Bryson reunited after a long period of time and started hanging out again, which brought so much joy back into our lives, just seems like yesterday I was giving you a big hug. You are truly missed and loved, and I pray that you are finally happy because you are in a peaceful place now with all the animals surrounding you for attention. Love always Denise Adamson

Mike & Lisa Harrington says:

MIke & Denise,

We learned of your daughter Bryson’s passing today, and send our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Mike and Lisa Harrington

Kenny Cousins says:

Dear Mike and Denise,

I am so saddened by the news of Bryson’s passing. I will keep all of you in my prayers. Sending you love and light. Peace – Kenny Cousins

Teresa Tinsley says:

Last week a piece of mail came for Brys.
Yes, 3.5 years later and 4 years since Brys stayed with us for a few months.
My heart sank. I remember meeting Brys in ATX like it was yesterday. I was very lucky to know Brys for 8/9 years.
Over the past 3.5 years there are certain places, both in ATX and DWF that remind me of our times together.
I know that there are some that disagree with how Brys choose to live as a transgender adult, but honestly there has not been one funeral or memorial that I have been to where everyone agrees with everything that the person whom has passed away did. This is about respecting the person who has passed and their wishes. Brys was extremely intelligent and very well loved. May you rest in peace Sweet Brys. And yes, I still have your sunglasses.
Matthew 7:1 Judge not, that ye not be judged.

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