Monday, October 3, 2011

David Fleming Bryant

David Fleming Bryant (6/29/39 to 10/1/11) lived a life of adventure and sacrifice. He served as a veteran of foreign wars with the US Navy. He then selflessly served his family for the next 37 years as a long haul trucker with Consolidated Freightways. He was preceded in death by his mother Doris, his father C. Clyde and brother Clyde Jr. David leaves his beloved wife Janet of 47 years, his daughter Lorie and sons David, Michael, Jeffrey (Brandi), grandchildren Chris, Ashley, Austin, Tate, Ty, Tori, Gavin, Malaina and Jeffrey Maxwell. Mass will be held at Resurrection Catholic Church, Wednesday, October 5th in Winter Garden, FL at 8:00 a.m., blessing of the ashes and military honors following. In lieu of flowers please donate to


Anonymous said...

Dear Jan, Jeff and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Dave was such a nice guy. He always greeted me so warmly and when ever I stopped by your home he (and all of you) were always so welcoming. I pray that your happy memories will comfort and sustain you.In Sympathy, Mary Spinelli

Anonymous said...

Jan and kids, we will miss the friendly smile of Dave's that made you feel welcome and a friend. He was a person who gave to his country, his wife and his family unconditionally. The last few years were hard on you all, Dave can finally rest now. He always treated us like family. Thanks for letting us be part of his life. Tom and Linda Stevenson

Bobbi said...

We survive the bad times, cherish the good times and remember all times. We love you Jan.

Anonymous said...

To Jan and the children of Dave Bryant:

Mary and I want to express our sincere sympathy. We have so many wonderful memories with Dave and you and your children. I wish we had some magical words that could be written or spoken to take away the emptiness in your hearts. Time doesn't take away the hurt you feel, but over time you learn to accept the things you can not change. Everyone handles a loss differently and there is no specific time. However, I do believe by keeping the special and happy memories that you had with your husband(& father)in a corner of your heart, he will always be with you. The road going forward will have some bumps. Let your faith guide you and let your family and friends support you if you should stumble or fall.

With all our love,

Walley and mary