Mark Dustin Bryan, (“Dustin”) 40, of Quincy, Ill., died Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Timber Point Health Care in Camp Point, Ill. Memorial visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel in Palmyra.

Mark Dustin Bryan, (“Dustin”) 40, of Quincy, Ill., died Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Timber Point Health Care in Camp Point, Ill. Memorial visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel in Palmyra.

Dustin was born Nov. 16, 1977, in Quincy, Ill., to Charles Mark and Vicki Reiff Bryan.

He married  Heather Fitting on Sept. 20, 2003, in Palmyra and she survives.

Other survivors include his beloved son, Denver Bryan; parents, Jim and Vicki Calvert of Quincy, Ill.; two brothers, Scott Calvert of Vancleave, Miss. and Jimmy Calvert of Columbia; maternal grandmother, Marita Reiff of Palmyra.

Dustin was preceded in death by his father, Charles Mark; his grandfather, John Reiff; his grandparents, Bill and Rita Bryan and Virgil and Betty Calvert; his uncle, Nicholas Reiff; and his great-uncle, Richard Meyer.

Dustin was a 1996 graduate of Unity High School. He was a 2000 graduate of Quincy University, where he met several close friends, not to mention his beloved wife, Heather.

Dustin was a dedicated employee and coworker after graduating college. He worked at Fed Ex for 11 years and then worked for DOT Foods as a Transportation Manager for seven years.

Dustin was a wonderful, caring and attentive father. One of his great loves in life was spending time with his son, Denver, especially playing and coaching Denver in his many athletic endeavors and triumphs. As a proud father, Dustin was always recounting to his friends and family the great times he had with Denver playing basketball and baseball.

 Dustin was a warm, generous and fun-loving man, who was always quick-witted and friendly to all. He greatly enjoyed singing karaoke, playing fantasy football, and taking trips to Vegas and the Ozarks.

Dustin’s generosity and kindness extended to his four-legged friends as well, as he was passionate about fostering dogs for Homeward Bound in Quincy, with some of the foster dogs becoming beloved members of the family.

Dustin was the type of man you could count on and the type of person you wanted as a friend. His time with us was too short. He will be greatly missed.

Memorial contributions may be made to Homeward Bound, 1800 N. 24th St. Quincy, Ill. 62301.

Online condolences may be made and video tribute may be viewed at www.lewisbrothersfuneralchapel.com.