Winifred D. Bryant

Rochester, New Hampshire

1934 - 2004


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Rochester, New Hampshire:

Winifred D. (Winnie) Bryant, 69, died at the Rochester Manor on January 17, 2004, after a long battle with cancer.

Born on June 2, 1934, daughter of the late Arthur (Bud) and Amanda (Minnie) Knapp, she was a graduate of Spaulding High School, Class of 1952. Winnie had lived and worked in Rochester most of her life, retiring from Jarvis Cutting Tools.

She is survived by her loving husband: Harry W. Bryant, daughter: Melody Bryant and fiancee' Larry Brown, a son: Robert Bryant and wife Eva, grandsons: Travis Bryant, Scott Bryant and wife Brandi, her great grandchildren: Emily, Tyler and Kierstin, a sister: Elizabeth & husband Robert Wentworth, several nieces and nephews, step-children, step grandchildren and step great grandchildren.

Winnie's friendly and vibrant personality touched us all and she will be greatly missed.

There will be no calling hours or service. Arrangments are in the care of Peaslee Funeral Home 32 Central St. Farmington, NH. To express condolences, please visit:

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Robbie and Melody I was so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Growing up next door I think I spent more time at your house than at my own. I remember your mother always smiling and kidding even after the time Robbie and I rode the minibike all the way to Sanbornville.

I knew Winnie from the Rochester Manor, I am one of the aides that used to help take care of her. She had an awesome sense of humor and was very caring. It won't be the same without those pigtails around anymore, she will be greatly missed by everyone! My thoughts are with you, the family, take care.

Winnie was loved by everyone who knew her. I also worked at Jarvis Cutting Tools for nearly 20 years. I always respected and admired Winnie. She had a smile that was contagious and was always willing to help someone. I was saddened to learn of her passing and my prayers go out to her fine family. She will be greatly missed.

Our deepest sympathy in your time of sorrow. Will keep you in our prayers. God Bless

To The Bryant Family,
Deepest sympathies to all. Your mother will be in my thoughts and heart always.

I worked with Winnie at Jarvis Cutting Tools many years ago and have always had great respect for her. She will be missed but she is with God now and hurts no longer. Share the happy memories of her and she will live on forever.

my condolences go out to the so sorry to hear about your mom.Will keep you in our prayers ,,,love kathy

I met Winnie while visiting my grandmother as well (Connie Coutmanes). Winnie was a wonderful, giving person and so easy to talk to. She is greatly missed by Connie. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Winnie, She was a great women, I had lot of good talking times with, we talked about all kind of stuff. She always had a great garden and she would share it with me and my husband. One year she had all kinds of grapes ,she wanted me to come and pick some , i picked so many that day . I made some much grape jelly, grape juice , grape jelly rolls and etc. I love that women she was a great lady . We will remember her forever and soon will be with her someday , she is resting in peace now . love...