Brevard Memorial Funeral Home

5475 North Us Highway 1, Cocoa, FL


Bryson C. Ozier

July 12, 1927July 20, 2020

Bryson C. Ozier, Jr Port St John, FL Passed away peacefully July 20, 2020 at the age of 93 while at home with family by his side.

Bryson will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 72 years, Carolyn B. Ozier.

He was a dear father to Lucy O. Bloomingdale (Fred, deceased) Hendersonville, NC, Daughter-in-Law, Joan B. Ozier (Cliff – deceased) Port St John, son Ron W. Ozier (Catherine) Memphis TN.

Beloved Granddaddy to Stacy B. Smith (Josh), Bill Bloomingdale (Cindy), Emily Ozier Williams (Matt), Trevor Ozier, Cody Griffin, and Steven Bryson Ozier. and to the Greatgrands: Kimberley Sullivan (Chris), Brayden Malloy, Jessica and Hailey Smith, Brennan and Maddie Bloomingdale, Josephine, Lucas, and Gabriel Williams, Nathan Wilson, and Colton Ciccone-Ozier. Stacy Stine, Emily Tibbetts and Cayden Ford who always consider him their Granddaddy; and other nieces and nephews. He was also dearly loved by his caregivers.

Bryson is predeceased by his dear parents Bryson Sr, and Aurora Ozier. His brother Jerry Ozier, his son Clifford Ozier, and son-in-law Fred Bloomingdale.

Bryson was born in Somerville, TN. As a baby he and his family moved to Miami FL. During his high school and early-married years Bryson loved sailing with Carolyn and friends. He served in the Army and Army reserves and attended the University of TN.

After 36 years with the Greater Miami FL Post Office as a clerk, a Branch Manager then Head of Budget & Analysis for the Southern Region, he retired, moved with Carolyn to DeLand FL where they lived for 10 yrs; then moved to Hendersonville, NC where they lived for 20 yrs and 5 years ago to Port St John, FL.

Bryson loved working in his WorkShop full of “Pryme Junque” where he loved creating, woodworking, fixing, and building. All the kids, & Grand & Great grand kids have many treasured memories working and hanging out with Granddaddy in his workshop.

A private family celebration of life service at Brevard Memorial Funeral Home (5475 North US Hwy 1, Cocoa, FL 32927) will be Livestreamed (and available for future viewing) by FaceBook Live with free public access for all the rest of the family, loved ones and friends. Live/”visitation” at 10am, service at 10:30 am. Link through the funeral home website to the service: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/cocoa-fl/bryson-ozier-9271033 or: https://www.facebook.com/BrevardMemorialFuneral/ .

Inurnment to follow at Brevard Memorial Park.

In lieu of flower, donations to Vitas Hospice or the charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.


  • Memorial Visitation

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020



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Alice Donahue

July 30, 2020

I had the honor of being a neighbor of Bryson and Carolyn during the first few years of my marriage. Bryson was the most talented carpenter, mechanic and fix-it guy. When we had an emergency, Bryson stepped in and finished pouring a cement pad for the storage shed my husband would be erecting. There were so many other times that both the Oziers were helpers, best neighbors and friends. My brother, Fred, married their daughter, Lucy. Fred could NOT have picked a better woman to be his wife. The Ozier family has been a blessing to me since 1965, the year my husband and I were married. May you rest in peace, Bryson. You lived a beautiful life!

Susan Capps

July 24, 2020

Condolences to you and your family from your friends here in Hendersonville. Susie, JoAnn, Cecilia and Corrie. Sounds like your Dad had a wonderful life.

joy coleman

July 22, 2020

We will miss Bryson's smile and sense of humor. Carolyn and family you are in our thoughts and prayers. Will always treasure our visit in February.

Joy and Jim Coleman Memphis, TN

Sara Carmean

July 22, 2020

I was very fortunate to meet Mr. Bryson as a patient and later a very special friend in my life.
The wonderful smile he had when he smiled. The entire room would light up and any sadness or despair you felt would be lifted away.
Mr. Bryson and Miss Carolyn showed me the little things in life like prayer at meals holding hands, watching The Grand Ole Opry on Sunday mornings, and talking about good times and the good things in life their kindness and special love that was and will always be there has given me the strength with my wonderful husband fight my illness and be strong.
We my have lost Mr. Bryson but heaven has a new angel looking down on the family and friends who he truly loved.

Danielle Langlois

July 22, 2020

My sincerest condolences to the family. May you be wrapped in healing prayers. Xo

Donna Wiley

July 22, 2020

My love, thoughts and prayers for your loss. Pop was so sweet! I so enjoyed our visits together. I feel fortunate to have shared in a small part of his life. He will always have a special place in my heart...

All my love,


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