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Hugh William Bryant

Austin, Texas

Apr 4, 1931 – Nov 9, 2012

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To express our deep sympathy to you on your loss. We thank "Bill" for serving our country in the U.S.Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Because of his service & other young men & women we have our freedom in this great country. May God's Speed Be With This Airman & His Family.
cjo

During this time of sorrow may you be comforted by Gods promise that he is near to those that are broken at heart. And those crushed in spirit he saves. (Ps 34: 18) May the thought of seeing your loved one again bring you peace. Acts24:15

Going to miss my friend Bill Bryant. What a great man. Bill once told me about winning a Texas state basketball championship with First Baptist Church in Ft Worth. I will miss my Sunday morning talks with Bill.

Bill will be greatly missed, we loved him dearly.

Sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I had emailed him lately and had not heard from. I didn't know what the problem was. We didn't know he was ill. He was in my High School graduating class at Cosby. We last saw him at our 60th reunion. We have lost 3 of our classmates this year, only 10 left. Just wanted to send our condolences..

Hal & Sylvia Brown

So sorry for you loss.

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Hugh William "Bill" Bryant Hugh William "Bill" Bryant of Austin, Texas, passed away November, 9, 2012. Bill was born in Cosby, Tennessee on April 4, 1931, to William McKinley and Dicie Hartsell Bryant. He was married to Alice Redmond on June 18, 1954. Bill served his...

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