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Angela Harris Bryant

angela bryant photoFuneral services for Mrs. Angela Harris Bryant will be 10:00 AM Friday, April 1, 2016, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Pastor Henry Webb officiating.  Interment will follow at Cedar Grove Cemetery.  Visitation Thursday 4-7 PM and Friday after 9 AM at Ligon & Bobo.

Mrs. Bryant, age 50 of Lebanon passed away Sunday, March 27, 2016, at the Alive Hospice Residence in Nashville.

Born June 18, 1965, in Durham, North Carolina, she is the daughter of the late Roy and Barbara Schall Harris.  She was an insurance claims adjustor and attended Gladeville Baptist Church.

She is survived by her husband, Kelly Bryant; three children, Ciara (John) Sowell, Sarah Bryant, and Abby Bryant; three granddaughters, Brooklyn, Madisyn, and Emma; and three brothers, Sam (Cathy) Harris, Roy (Patty) Harris, and Walter Harris.

Angie greatly appreciated life and was a lover of all things, but particularly of her family, the ocean, shopping, and Coca-Cola. Her compassionate nature and thoughtful gestures served as an inspiration to every life she touched. Angie will be missed dearly by her family and friends, but her kindhearted nature will forever serve as a reminder to value others and to express love daily.

The family of Angie Bryant extends special thanks to the nurses and staff of Alive Hospice who graciously served her and her family for the last three weeks.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Messages for the Family

  1. Tracey Bowden says:
    Thanks for the great memories and laughs and conversations. You will be missed but never forgotten.
  2. Bobbi Clay and Famil says:
    I will never forget you my dear friend. Although miles kept us apart and I didn’t stay in touch like I should have I know you understood that sometimes life gets in the way. You could always make me smile and feel better, and I know that right now you are looking down on me and saying in your way I am in a better place. I will always love you and think of you and the times we had together when you and your family were our neighbors. Kelly, Ciara, Sarah and Abby our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.
  3. Deena Fisher Eagan says:
    My dear, sweet Salvation Army friend. I have never and will never forget your shy, sweet nature and your compassion for all things living. We had a lot of laughs and fun times together, Angie, but a lot of heart to hearts as well. You will be missed here on this earth but I will see you in your mansion in our Lord’s home. The corners of Heaven will be brightened by your presence! I love you my dear friend!
  4. Carolyn Null & family says:
    A dear sweet lady who will be missed. I will always remember and admire your gentle nature as a co-daisy scout leader. Your family is in our prayers, and you will stay in our hearts.
  5. Anita Dye says:
    Angie and I started together @Gay& Taylor 26 years ago as secretaries. One day she drags me up to this High School and says they are having an insurance class we are going to learn to be insurance adjusters, well that day she changed quite a lot of lives, not only did she change my life but the lives of my daughter and granddaughter. My daughter Marie is an adjuster for State Farm licensed in eight states. My granddaughter Hayley is an adjuster with Heritage insurance the company that I work for. I left Gay & Taylor after 10 years and went with GAB Robins of North America where I became supervisor of the Tampa office and controller of Stanley homes which was a multi-million dollar account and I ended up making six figures for 5 years in a row. As I near retirement I went with Heritage insurance where I am the Senior Claims Adjuster over all the Adjusters in our company so yes I would say that Angie not only touched lives, she changed them. I will miss my dear friend Angie RIP
    Anita Dye
  6. Tracy Adams says:
    Although I knew Angie for an all too brief time, I will forever remember her kindness and sweet spirit. Someone so special can never be forgotten. I pray that God’s love can provide peace and comfort as the burden in your hearts abound.
  7. Anita Jones says:
    My dear friend has gone home to be with our father in heaven. A sweet angel has been called home. I will miss you dearly Angie. So glad we kept in touch after you moved from Marietta. I will always remember your kind words and the time we spent together. RIP my dear friend for you are free the pain and craziness of this world. Love you!
  8. Tina Merker says:
    I will always remember Angie’s warm smile and sweet spirit when I think of her. I am so glad God brought her into my life even though it was just for a short period of time. She was a great wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and school volunteer and she will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Your family is in my prayers.