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Barrett Lee Bryant

20 avril 19619 octobre 2021

Barrett "Barry" Lee Bryant, age 60, of Fresno, California passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2021. Barrett was born April 20, 1961 in Chowchilla, California to Duff and Patricia Bryant.

Barrett graduated with a business degree from Fresno State and earned a masters degree from Long Beach State. He worked for McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Corporation in Huntington Beach. Barrett then went on to teach computer science at Fresno State, Fresno City College, and Wilson school in Chowchilla.

Researching genealogy and tracing family history was a great passion of Barrett’s. He was also a travel enthusiast, loved exploring the outdoors, and going on adventures with family and friends.

Barrett will be greatly missed.

Barrett is survived by his son Alexander Bryant, his father Duff Bryant, his brother Richard Bryant, as well as his niece and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his mother Patricia Bryant.

  • FAMILLE

  • Alexander Bryant, Son
  • Duff Bryant, Father
  • Richard Bryant, Brother
  • Patricia Bryant, Mother (deceased)

Services

  • Graveside Service

    vendredi, 29 octobre , 2021

Souvenirs

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Manuela Verduzco

13 novembre , 2021

Years ago when I attended Wilson middle school I had mr. Brayant as my computer teacher he was such a kind fun teacher he made class fun we always looked forward to his class and he never got us in trouble for being loud in his class or anything I’m 40 now and still remember it like yesterday. My condolences to all the family. Rip Brayant

Lee Rhyne

28 octobre , 2021

Barry was my son-in-law and friend for many years. We spent many hours discussing history, sports and geneology. We spent many hours in research of my family origins. A favorite memory was a trip he and I took to the east coast to search out and visit some of my families history. I also fondly remember many trips to Oceano and riding dune buggies on the beach,

He was a good friend and will be missed.

Paul Welch

25 octobre , 2021

It’s still hard to believe that you’re gone.
For over 50 years we have been close friends.
We’ve gone to school together, church together ( probably should have gone more and definitely paid attention more).
We experienced most of life’s milestones , weddings, vacations, birth of each other’s kids. And to many funerals together.
If I ever needed to borrow a tool or help with a project or a swift kick in the butt all I had to do was ask.
Our last adventure riding through the canyon lands , Hanksville , and Grand Canyon will always be one of my favorites.
Writing this now
I picture you with with your helmet in hand no longer in pain, your body healed and standing in the presence of God.
Just roll the throttle back and enjoy the ride.
Love ya brother!

Donna Morrow

25 octobre , 2021

It’s still hard to accept the fact that Barry is gone. While living in Oregon, he loved the motorcycle rides he and Cyndee took, loved the ocean, measuring the rain….just loved all the adventures they shared. He has left a huge hole in our hearts. May Gods peace and comfort be with his family at this time.

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