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April 22, 1931-Feb. 22, 2012. Paul Bryant, Ormond Beach, went home to be with the Lord when his Big Loving Heart stopped beating at his home. He was born in Hamilton, Ohio to Jesse & Ethyl Bryant. His daddy was a Church of God preacher. Paul served in the Army, 82nd Airborne 1948-1956 and spent time in the Korean War. He was a long haul truck driver for 20 years and drove here locally for Council on Aging, Med Shuttle, Fla CORF and Angelica from which he retired. He attended Daytona Deliverance Church of God and helped with bus ministry then became a member of Living Faith Church. He was a member of Christian Motorcylcist Association thru which he became involved in prison ministry for 12 years and he was involved locally with Street Reach Ministry. He ministered at Tomoka Correctional and other prisons in Fla, Ga, and IL. He was an awesome husband and ministry tag team partner with his precious wife, Sandy Bates Bryant. His children live in Ohio: Eugene, Ivan, and Danny Bryant; and a stepson, Johnny Roberts in Orlando. Paul just sold his bike last year; since Paul wasn't able to attend prison ministry any longer (with his wife) he continued to support Project: Turning Point, Inc., P.O. Box 156, Edgewater, FL who work with at risk youth and go to Tomoka and various prisons in Fla. No memorial service is planned, we shall celebrate his life with our church family home group. Donations can be made in Pauls honor to Project Turning Point.

Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Mar. 4, 2012
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