David Bryant Obituary, Death – At the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Gainesville, Florida, David “LEE” Bryant, a veteran of the United States Army and a chef who lived in Charlotte, North Carolina, went away in a calm and serene manner. He has 63 years under his belt. Homegoing Services (with Military Honors) will be conducted at Mount Pedro Missionary Baptist Church (Micanopy, FL) on Saturday, June 1, 2013, at 2:00 p.m., with Reverend Christopher Stokes acting as the presiding pastor.
The services will be held in honor of the deceased member of the armed forces. The funeral and memorial ceremonies will be held in remembrance of the service member who has passed away. Following the conclusion of the funeral ceremonies, the body will be transported to Haynes Memorial Cemetery to be laid to rest. In the course of the day on Friday, visitors to the funeral home will have the chance to pay their respects to Mr. Bryant between the hours of 2:00 and 7:00 p.m.
On Saturday, they will have the option to do so at the church for thirty minutes before to the commencement of the festivities, as well as during the procession itself. In addition, they will have the chance to do so during the ceremony itself. At one hour and fifteen minutes after one o’clock, the Procession will start at the home of his sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Mrs.
Alfreda Bryant Weed (and Marcus), which is located at 504 W. Smith Avenue in Micanopy, Florida. Those who are left to honor his legacy are his daughters Latonya R. Norman (and Isaiah), Latanya M. Stokes, and Cassandra Bryant, all of Gainesville, Florida; his son Travis West, also of Gainesville, Florida; his sisters Mamie Tillman (and Roy) of Powder Springs, Georgia, Darlene Jewell of Marietta, Georgia, and Maxine Bridges of Tifton, Georgia; and his brothers Edward Lawson (and Min.