Bryant Rosas Obituary, Death – The victim lost his life in an accident while returning to California for the holidays. He had excelled in football while attending San Jose High School. Bryant Rosas was traveling from Kansas, where he attended Benedictine College, to San Jose, California, on December 13, when he got stranded in a snowstorm in Colorado, according to representatives from the college.

We ask that you keep Bryant and his family in your thoughts and prayers at this sad time, the athletic department of Benedictine College stated in a statement to the school’s students. “It is with a tremendous sense of regret that we have to inform you of the passing of Bryant Rosas, who was a junior. He was “eager to see his family when a snowfall fell and caused the awful death of a great guy,” according to a GoFundMe account that was started to raise money for his funeral expenses.

Rosas’ love of sports, his talent for singing, and his kind personality were all well known. Rosas received recognition from the football team’s head coach, Joel Osborn, for his excellent work ethic. The youngsters respect him since he worked hard, was always smiling, and was always vivacious and joyful, according to what Osborn told News Press. “While doing so, he would be singing as he passed my office. Being in his company was a source of joy in and of itself.

A Benedictine University student of his wrote on the GoFundMe page, “Every time I saw him on campus he would grin and wave and it would make my day brighter.” Truly outstanding guy roses played offensive line for the San Jose City College football team in the 2021 season. San Jose City College tweeted, “We will miss your vibrant energy, pleasant grin, and locker room performances,” to express their sorrow over the loss of their student.The college will have a memorial service on campus in January after the students of Benedictine College return from their winter break.