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June 19, 2013
Mr. Bryant, what more could you say about a man that encompassed so much of what being a teacher is all about? He was marvelous at his job, and he loved to teach us the things we needed to know, and how to be better prepared for what was to come. Indeed, his classroom became a home for so many students at Riverdale, a place to find solace from the everyday high school drama. He will certainly always be remembered as a man that not only taught us to think, but how to just be. Thank you Mr. Bryant, we will miss you.
June 19, 2013
Mr Bryant was the best teacher I ever had and was a real down to earth man! Keep on jamming in that great gig in the sky brother
June 19, 2013
I admit that I was not the best student in High School, but when I attended Mr. Bryants' class, I remembered everything! He is why I took Anthropology at MTSU! I will never forget the Pink Floyd poster he had hanging up in the classroom. A great man and teacher!
June 19, 2013
Mr. Bryant changed my life. That is all that I can say. I entered his class as a clueless, sheltered boy, and left high school as a man with a sharper world view. Everything from the distortions of history by those who passed it on to religion, drugs, and politics was discussed in his classroom. He didn't teach us about "school." He taught us about life. And the lessons I learned in his sanctuary of sanity...may they never be forgotten. Thank you, old friend. I hope you found the Happy Field of Food.
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