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July 17, 2018

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January 26, 2017
January 25, 2017
Such an infectious laugh and wicked sense of humor! She and my late sister, Robin Gilbert (December 2002), were great friends. They shared many, many lunches, dinners, family visits, college days, horse events, travels, singing and laughter. She was like a third daughter to my mother Jan. When I was finally going through my mom's saved items, there were wonderful cards from Deb* Keep on keeping on*. Hugs and Love and condolences to the entire Bryant family and extended family of friends and school mates. I was so pleased to read of her work with the children and horses. Happy Trails to You.
January 22, 2017
January 22, 2017
I remember the first time I saw Debbie. I can't say met because I I didn't actually meet her until the next day. There was an arena polo tournament in Sacramento. I went there with her brother Tom. It was very crowded. I hadn't met Craig yet either. She was far away from us, however easy to spot. She was wearing a very eye-catching hat.It was black. Who would have known I would come to know this person very well over the next 34 years.
Happy Trails my friend,

Dorothy Bryant

Dorothy Bryan