Dr. David Bryan Thomson
Born December 15. 1957- Died March 13, 2017
David died due to a skull fracture he sustained after a fall.
David is a beautiful soul, loving father and fantastic Chiropractic healer.
His big hippy soul could not be contained within his body and he shared this soul with everyone he met.
He loved most people, he healed everyone he touched and his unique perspective on raising children, being a doctor, being a friend and being a lover were unmatched. If you were lucky enough to know David, your life was forever changed.
Whether it was taking his young sons (aged 8, 10 and 14) to Event Horizon, a Sci-fi horror movie, or teaching his daughter about cellular biology by using the hot tub as the example, his unique perspective and endless curiosity were contagious. He was passionate about the healing art of Chiropractic, you would often find David cooking something fantastic and eating anything that was new or different, he loved world history and anything sci-fi. He had a green thumb and could make everything grow, thanks to a childhood spent on a farm in Highland UT. Music (the louder the better) was a strong passion in Davids life. He loved the outdoors, fast cars, motorcycles and mountain biking.
He could use his words to educate, love, comfort and shock you. He lived and loved on such a large and generous level that you felt loved and accepted every time you were around him. His soul, even though it is not with his body any more, it is certainly felt by those that loved him…which was very easy to do. As Davids health declined his first priority was making sure his children were happy, healthy and taken care of, they truly are the loves of his life.
He is survived by his wife Melissa, sons Ryan, Bradley (granddaughter Bailee), Daniel (Jansen) his favorite daughter Carlee. His parents Delwin and Bonnie Thomson, his siblings Kevin, Tracy (Marianne), Lori (John), preceededin death by Tonya, Shane (Andrea), Cecilee (Jason), Teresa (Billy). His service dog Danika and sketchy cat Agador.
A private family service will be held in March and a public celebration of life will be held April 8th in Syracuse at his son and daughter-in-laws home.
In Thomson style there will be live music, good friends, good food and drink and some great shenanigans. We invite all that want to celebrate this fantastic man to join us, share your stories and laughter. He will be greatly missed but forever remembered and loved.
You can text Melissa at 801.547.6688 for the address.