Don Bryant was one of the finest men in Charlotte..caring, compassionate and focused on making his community stronger..David Dooley
May the god of comfort be a source of strength for the family at this difficult time. 2Corn 1:3, 4. Deepest Sympathy, Sue, Concord, NC
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dear Mrs. Bryant and Family:
I was sorry to hear of the death of Mr. Bryant. I never met him, but I remember that the firm advertised every year in the Davidson College yearbook, and I remember reading the Observer and seeing the frequent display ads with Mr. Bryant Sr. in a wing chair and his sons standing behind him. I know the long years of service he and his brother gave Davidson, and I remember well the tremendous grant he gave the golf program (written up with a big spread in the Davidson Journal) that essentially saved the DC golf program. Davidson has lost one of her greatest boosters.
Sumter, S. C.
Class of 1970
My sincere condolences to the Bryant family on the death of Mr Don Brayant When I read of someone who lived a full life such as your love one, It reminds me of God's friend Abraham (Genesis 25:8) “Then Abraham expired and died in a good old age, old and satisfied, and was gathered to his people.”
(Romans 15:33) 33 May the God who gives peace be with all of YOU. Amen.
AC Charlotte NC
I was so saddened to hear of Don's death. We have lost a wonderful, perfect gentleman. Muriel (Helms) Sheubrooks
While serving as Associate Minister at Myers Park United Methodist Church, I had many opportunities to work with Don on funerals and always found him to be a very gracious and kind-hearted gentleman. He will be missed by all who knew him and his family is in my prayers.
TO THE BRYANT FAMILY: WE ARE SADDENED TO HEAR OF THE DEATH OF DON. HAVE KNOWN HIM AND HIS FAMILY FOR MANY YEARS.
OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY AND HIS WIFE FRANCES, LYDIA AND BILL STOKES WILMINGTON NC
To the Bryant family,I wish to convey my sympathy for your loss.Take comfort in the words of Jesus Christ. Happy are those who mourn,since they will be comforted.Matt5:4
I have many warm memories from the years I worked with the Bryants at the funeral home. My sympathy to all the family.
Shock is the word of all who knew and loved the Gentleman of Charlotte that was loved by all. To the family, we know the heartfelt sadness and send our love, hope and faith to Frances and all members of the family. We shall miss Don with his lovely wife at dinner and other occasions. God Bless!
Mr. Bryant was one of the sweetest men I have ever had the pleasure and honor of knowing. I got to enjoy many stories about his interesting life over the last couple years. The love that i saw between he and Mrs. Bryant was deep and inspiring. Much love to the whole family.
Webster's defines gentleman as...."a courteous, gracious and honorable man." I am surprised the dictionary didn't have Mr. Bryant's picture beside the definition. Rest in peace.
I had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Bryant during my years at First Union National Bank. He was a true Southern gentleman and a wonderful leader. Our community is richer for the legacy he leaves. Blessings to the family.
I send my love, prayers, and warmest thoughts to Frances, Melissa, Cameron and all the grandchildren. You have such a special place in my heart, and my heart goes out to you today.
I remember Mr. and Mrs. Bryant fondly. You both meant so much to me during my growing up years in the Church. My prayers are with the family in your loss of Mr. Bryant.
Ann Mason Norton
My deepest sympathy to Sarah and family