Letha Mae Bryant
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Letha Mae Bryant Hanahan - Letha Mae Bryant, 63, of Hanahan, passed away on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at Medical University of South Carolina. A Graveside service will be held on Monday, July 6, 2020 at 10 o'clock at Summerville Cemetery, 17 Boone Hill Parkway, Summerville, SC. Flowers will be accepted. Lee was born on July 4, 1956 in Lexington KY, daughter of the late Jesse Campbell and Dorothy Mae Cooper Bryant, Sr.. She was a member of many reenactment groups and also a member of the Daughters of the Confederacy, and OCR. She truly loved reenacting the civil war. Surviving is one brother, Jesse Campbell Bryant, Jr. of Hanahan. A memorial message may be written to the family by visiting our website at www.jamesadyal.com. ARRANGEMENTS BY JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN STREET, SUMMERVILLE, SC 29483 (843)873-4040. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston

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Published in Charleston Post & Courier from Jul. 2 to Jul. 3, 2020.
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July 5, 2020
Letha, I am saddened you left us but glad you made the journey home to God. And I am happy you are happy. As you look down on Earth from your heavenly abode, you understand everything --why things are the way they are, why people are the way they are. You even know who is behind the madness gripping our nation and why it is happening. Letha, your laughter lit up every room you walked into. We miss you for now but know we will all meet again. Say Hi to God for us.
Chris Duane
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July 4, 2020
Our family loved Letha and she obviously enjoyed our company, because for the past forty years, she spent nearly every Fourth of July (her birthday) at our family beach house on Sullivan's Island and Christmas night at our Uncle Waler's in downtown Charleston. She was proud of her Southern Heritage and had the etiquette and charm of a true southern lady. She was vivacious, loved to laugh and dreamed of Antebellum days. Letha found friendship and connectiveness with her Civil War reenactors and would entertain us all with her costumes and stories. Happy Birthday dear friend, Letha.
We fondly remember you this Fourth of July.
Sylvia Duane Molley
Friend
July 4, 2020
I am so saddened to learn of Letha's passing. (Yes, I still called her Letha.) She was a regular at all of our Duane family functions for over 45 years - weddings, funerals, Christmas night and 4th of July annual reunions. (I am including a photo of her at my daughter's wedding a few years ago.) She was a special person and will be missed.
Mary Coy
Friend
July 4, 2020
We are so sorry about Lee"s passing. Lee helped me take care of my mother when I brought her to our house when she had terminal cancer. She would get to my house a 6:00am and took care of her while my husband, Loren and I went to work. The Hospice workers who were in and out of the house said Lee did a wonderful job. My mother loved Lee because she was so good and kind to her. Lee was a spiritual person and this gave mama much comfort. Lee also took good care of our dog when Loren and I went on vacations and she loved her too! Lee"s passing has made us sad but Heaven is brighter because she is there. Much love, Elinor and Loren O"Donnell
Elinor O'Donnell
Friend
July 3, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
David meyer
Friend
July 3, 2020
Prayers for family and to Lee's reenacting family (all of us who did living history with her). She will always be special to me because she helped our unit create and develop a medical field hospital...Now she is a angle. ..Love and now RIP my friend...
Dianne Doss
Friend
July 3, 2020
Buddy,
I was so sorry to hear of Letha's passing. We first met 45 years ago at Baptist College, and I'll always remember her smile, her great wit, and the fun times!
Melanie Barnett Jeffcoat
Friend
July 3, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. It is with great sadness in my heart to hear of the passing of our Lee. She was loved by many and gave her heart to re-enacting and teaching others about the History. She coordinated our daughter's wedding and she has done so much more for us and our groups. She will be missed by many.
Gail E. Weatherford
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