Photo courtesy of Monarch Society - Denver

Theodore Wallace Bryant

Apr 21, 1929 - Mar 17, 2013

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Ted I only knew you for a short time while working at Comcast! You were a good and kind man and you will be missed my friend.

~ Tony Marquez

Phyllis, Cheri, Barb, Rebecca, and Teddi,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know Ted had not been well for awhile. But he left so quickly it must be a shock. I am glad he was able to be home.
My deepest sympathies,
Barbara Reed

Phyllis and Family---
Our deep felt sympathy to the Bryants. Ted certainly made his mark for the good of his family and country. And he did it with a real sense of dedication that we can all respect.
Many years ago we had more opportunity to get together with you and Ted and share memories and good times. Even though it is not possible to do so at present, we will always cherish those occasions. Ted was a great man and we are proud to have known him.
Peace to you!

My warmest thoughts are with you all. I fondly remember eating lunch with Ted when he was serving on the Board of Trustees at Sterling College. He was sincerely interested in what was happening in my life, and he was always genuinely thoughtful.
I loved reading about his life and his dedication to his church -- especially teaching the 5th Grade students! I knew he was dedicated to his beautiful family, but now I know even more about his amazing life.
My thoughts and prayers are...

Rosemary and I send our profound sympathy and condolences to Phyllis and the family. Here is a message that I sent to all RTD and transportation contacts that I have.
"A gentleman to whom the title "Founder of the RTD" is proper and fully
justified passed away last Sunday. Ted introduced the RTD Bill
in 1969 in the State House of Representatives due to this initiative and his
dedication and astute political skill that it became law. Ted took

I only knew him for a short period when he and his family lived on Birch Street but he was a wonderful man and so dedicated to help others...

Dick Niblock

I am so sorry to hear this.
He will be greatly missed by all. It was a pleasure to know him. Our deepest sympathy and prayers going out to all of the family.
Theresa, Mark & Chris

Phyl, I'm so sorry.
Marie Filson

Ted you will truly be missed. You were an amazing person and i'm so glad that I had the chance to know you. I will miss your smile, laughter and the stories that you would tell me. May God bless you all.


Theodore's Obituary

Theodore Wallace Bryant was born April 21, 1929 and left to be with his Lord March 17, 2013. Ted was born in Hartshorne, Oklahoma, the youngest of 11 children. He was born and raised on the former Choctaw Reservation in southeast Oklahoma of Choctaw and Cherokee descent. His surname Bryant comes...

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