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Mildred Bryant

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Aunt Mildred and I at the Roanoker

My mother's sister, my aunt, my friend...I'll miss you so much. I know you're busy though with your angel wings continuing to help others. You've left an impression on me that will never be forgotten and is being passed on to my children. I'll love you forever! Your Niece, Celia

Thinking of you and your family Cheryl...your mother was a true "point of light" for your family and for the community. May you find peace in the knowledge that she contributed to others and in doing so lives on forever.

So sorry for the loss to this world of a wonderful, caring person. Our thoughts are with all the family. We are thankful for the great memories we have.

Dear Trena, and all of Mildred's family: Henry and I both were sad to hear of the passing of Mildred. We will always remember her being part of our church family at Grandin Court Baptist Church. You all are in our prayers.

Trena & Sam & Family,

Our thoughts are with each member of your family during this time. I can only imagine the wonderful times you all shared with your loved one, individually and together, and the memories that will bring smiles to your faces now and for many years to come.

Belva & Richard

Barry and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Some of my greatest memories are of her. I remember Sunday dinners with the fried chicken and all of Dick's favorites. The cakes she baked were so great and I loved how I was always included. Please know that my thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. She was a SUPER woman and my life is so enriched just knowing her. Ellen Gerberich Altizer.

Dear Trena:

Your mom's service today was most touching. I will never forget all the wonderful comments made in your eulogies. She was so proud of her family.

You know, I met your Mom through the Outreach Program and was addicted immediately. I felt I had known her all my life.

I truly feel blessed to have been one of the "lucky" ones she called "friend".

My heart goes out to you and the entire family at this time of loss and...

Cheryl I know how much you loved your mother and how much you will miss her. May God be with you. Jerry H

We were saddened to learn of your mother's passing. She was a wonderful, caring person and such a good and kind friend to our mother. Her cards, phone calls, and cheerful visits were deeply appreciated. Mama would reminisce about how they shared a hospital room when Cheryl and Jane were born. She would also talk about Mildred's energy, about what a hard worker she was, and how pretty she always looked! Your mother truly was a lovely lady.
Please know that you are in our thoughts and...


Mildred's Obituaries

On March 12, 2013, Mildred Johnson Bryant went to sit at the feet of Jesus. She was born on October 22, 1928 to Robert Lee and Celia Leigh Johnson who preceded her her in death. She was also preceded in death by her loving husband Wallace Preston "Dick" Bryant, sister Doris Johnson,...

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