Bryan-ShoreBryan grew up playing baseball and growing up in the Southern California area was a tremendous Dodger fan. As an adult Bryan played softball throughout the years on City teams and Church leagues, and eventually coaching teams. Bryan started umpiring training in 2013. He started with umpiring High School aged girls softball and absolutely enjoyed every game he was a part of. He commented on how supportive the girls, coaches, and opposing teams were of each other. He was always mentioning how they were just so happy to be playing softball. From there he made himself available for any level of softball league games and was so proud to be asked to be part of a national playoff umpiring team this past summer. Bryan enjoyed the caring softball family he grew to know and especially his fellow umpires of whom he respected very much.

A devoted husband, father, and a recent grandfather Bryan cherished his family, church family and his many friends. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Keri, his two children Jacob and Amber, son in law Scott, grandson (and future ball player) Nolan.

We are thrilled to ask others to support Fastpitch Cares in Bryan’s memory. The help Fastpitch Cares has provided for Doernbecher patients over the years is amazing and something we would love to see continue.

* Donations of any amount are graciously accepted.
* 100% of all donations support Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
* Upon completion of your charitable donation, you will receive an emailed receipt for your accounting and tax records.

There are three ways to donate:

1. Venmo

2. Paypal

3. Snail Mail

Please see instructions for each below.


Please direct your donation to @fastpitchcares or by using the QR code below. In the memo, please type: Bryan Shore (Tip – scan QR code with camera app instead of venmo app.)


Memorial Donations – In Honor of Bryan Shore

Personal Info

Donation Total: $25.00


If you prefer to mail a check, please send to:

Fastpitch Cares 

P.O. Box 82825
Portland, OR 97282

Please note that your donation is in honor of Bryan Shore.