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December 5, 1957 – Monday, September 21, 2015

Service Information
NorthRidge Fellowship – Rogers, MN
Saturday, September 26, 2015
12:00 p.m.

Visitation Information
NorthRidge Fellowship – Rogers, MN
Saturday, September 26, 2015
one hour prior to the service

Bryan Todd Saue, age 57, of Corcoran, MN passed away suddenly at his home on September 21, 2015. Bryan was born December 5, 1957 in Montevideo, MN to Paul and Ardis (Stevens) Saue. He was baptized on February 2, 1958, and was confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Dawson. He graduated from Dawson High School in 1976 and began work at West Central Steel in 1978.

Bryan married Rhonda Brzinski on November 24,1979 and they had two children; Nada and Sean. Their family resided in Willmar, Brooklyn Center, and finally in Corcoran, MN. After owning Plumbline Construction with his friend Gene Jager, Bryan returned to West Central Steel as a manufacturer’s rep and continued with them for 18 years.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Stephen (1951), sister Laurie (1986), and sister-in-law Ann (2005). Bryan is survived by his wife, Rhonda; his children, Nada of Edina and Sean (Trystnn) of Plymouth; grandchildren, Darian, Talee, and Bryanna (due in October); two brothers, Dan of Willmar and Keith (Barb) of Big Lake; one sister, Bev (Terry) Westfield.

Bryan enjoyed motorcycles, loud music, building anything, cooking, canning salsa, and sports. We’ll forever remember the rock solid generous tinkerer with a heart of gold that utilized a network of friends in business to learn and connect. Our inventor, chef, handy man could light up a room with his smile and infectious laugh! We’ll miss our fun loving hard working social dynamo.

12 Guestbook Entries

  1. Pamela Dale

    My sympathy to the Saue family! You’re in my thoughts and prayers!

  2. Brenda DeSchepper

    All of us at Linders Specialty Company are deeply saddened by Bryan’s sudden passing. We will remember him fondly and are blessed to have had the opportunity to know him. Bryan was always a day brightener; he was much more than our representative from WCS, he was our friend. We will remember his positive outlook on life and his wonderful laugh! Our hearts go out to you in this time of sorrow.

    May you find peace and love in the memories you cherish.

  3. Joni Galzki

    Rhonda, I know that nothing that I can say at this time can ease your pain. Please know that I am thinking about you and praying for God to give you strength at this difficult time. Love, Joni

  4. Mike Lifto

    My sincere condolence to Bryan’s Family.
    His pleasant smile and personality will be missed. I knew Bryan for many years through his work with WCS. It always brightened everybody’s day when Bryan stepped into the office. I will keep Bryan and his family in my prayers.

  5. Jody Liebl

    I am so sorry to hear of Bryan’s passing. I don’t ever remember seeing him without a smile on his face. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time.

  6. Betsy Niemeier

    Rhonda and family: All of us here at
    M & N Structures are in disbelief. Bryan lit up the office when he came in. He was a friend to us all, and we will miss him tremendously. May God hold you all during this difficult time.

  7. Barb Fjoseide Mork

    So sorry to hear of Bryan’s passing. Our sympathy to your family!

  8. Monica Bothun

    Our entire family will miss Brian. He was my husband’s lifelong friend and turned I to our kids and me, a genuine friend who do anything for us. He was, always happy and you knew he loved his family and friends. God bless his memories and we keep memory of Bryan alive in our family. Prayers for peace for Bryan’s entire family.

  9. Dave Lund

    Rest in peace Bryan.
    DBHS Class of ’76 will miss your smile.

  10. Steve Demeules

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bryan’s family. Bryan was one of the few salesman I have known who I would consider a friend. I always looked forward to his visits. I will fondly remember Bryan and his dedication to his job.

  11. DAKA Corporation

    Please know that we sincerely appreciated working with Bryan through the years and always looked forward to his sales visits here @ DAKA in Pine City. He was always dedicated to doing his best for us. He would never stop by without donuts or a bag of peanuts, and of course, his great smile and friendly demeanor. We offer our condolences to his family & hope that you can celebrate all that he was and carry him with you always.

  12. Laura Lee

    I just found out in December that Brian passed away. In high school he always seemed to be laughing or have a smile on his face. I sat next to him in Mr. Jenson’s Business Law class and he sure made a dull subject much lighter. My thoughts and prayers go to his family.


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