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08/06/1946 — 08/23/2022
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Celebration of Life
Benton City, WA
Bryce LaMont Sillito was born in the town of Cardston, Alberta on 6 August 1946 and passed away on 23 August 2022 in Richland, Washington.
He grew up in the nearby city of Lethbridge, served a two-year proselytizing mission for the Latter-day Saints in the Philippines, and attended the LDS Business College in Salt Lake City. There he met his wife, Linda, whom he married without delay in the Salt Lake temple. They first moved back to Lethbridge, then to Camas, Washington, and finally settled in Benton City.
Bryce worked several jobs you would probably rather not do, but never hesitated to provide for his family. He finally found a winner and joined the Teamsters Union at the Hanford site, where he remained for over thirty years.
He spent much of his retirement attending and volunteering at the Columbia River Temple in Richland.
Bryce was welcomed to eternity by his wife Linda, his father Glen, mother Ruth Ann, and stepmother Bernice, his sister Terry and his brother Randy.
Bryce is survived by his sons Preston and wife Catrina, Brendon and wife Sherry, Jordan and wife Kayli, daughters Tiffany and husband Steve, Kierra, fifteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, as well as by his sisters Karen and husband Robert, Patricia and husband Ted, Dorothy and husband Charlie, brothers Don and wife Sandra, Marvin and wife Louise and Phillip.
The family extends deep and sincere gratitude to the care staff and medical providers at Brookdale Meadow Springs, Brookdale Torbett, Chaplaincy Tri-Cities, Richland Fire Department, and Kadlec.
Bryce donated generously to several causes, including the American Cancer Society, LDS Philanthropies, and Kiona-Benton Schools. Memorial donations may be made to any of these in his honor.
My sincere condolences to the family; especially Bryce’s children and grandchildren. Your family will always have a special place in my heart. I have to say, it was fun when Bryce would slip me some candy at church! He always seemed to know what I would like. I’m sure he was very happy to see Linda; he sure did love her. I never knew him to talk about her without crying. I know of the ups and downs called life; but I’m glad to have known a softer side of Bryce in his later years. I really think Linda’s passing had something to do with that. His years of service in the temple; and his genuine love of that service, is indicative of the positive change in his life. I love you children; always have. I hope all is well in your lives.
I’ve known rice for many years we first moved to Benton City and 1982 and became friends with Bryson his wife and help teach their children and visited it with him quite often while we lived there in Benton City for our last trip was from 2001 to 2014 I’m sure he will be missed by his family we loved him and enjoyed his company sorry he’s gone