OBITUARY

Herman Bryant

September 26, 1937February 9, 2010

Herman Eugene Bryant, age 72 of Jackson, TN, passed away February 9, 2010.

Mr. Bryant served as a Church of God minister for over 50 years. He traveled with the Men And Women Of Action to over 70 countries as a missionary, and helped build churches, schools and feeding centers.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy Margie Bryant; daughters, Connie Byrum (John) of Jackson, TN, Cindy Jennings (Larry) of Jackson, TN, Terri Harper of Jackson, TN; son, Walter Bryant (Debora); 2 brothers and 3 sisters; 8 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

A Funeral Service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, February 13, 2010 from the South Chapel of George A. Smith and Sons, with burial to follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Friday, February 12, 2010 at the South Chapel.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Men And Women Of Action, 4235 TL Rogers Street NE, Cleveland, TN 37312

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 13, 2010
  • Visitation Friday, February 12, 2010

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Burial
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Jim Patterson

April 3, 2012

Brother Herman was truly an anointed preacher and friend! He made a difference in my life! I will miss him. - James Paul Patterson

cindy jennings

January 8, 2011

to my dad: daddy you did not loose the battle of cancer: because the battle is living a good life for jesus... and that you did... dad you touched so many lives... i could never imagine living in this world without you... one of the hardest things i have ever been thru... even thou my heart is crushed i do not want you back here cause i know you suffered so much... when you drawed your last breath i was crushed but i felt in my heart that it is over... you will not have to go thru nomore disappoints, pain, he ran your race dad, you kept the faith, the battle is won. in your last message you stated i wont have to cross jordan alone. after you died a smile came up on your face i believe jesus came to your bed side and said its enough son come on home.... you were a family man you loved your children and was always there for them... i love you daddy sometimes all i can do is just set and cry for you. i miss you so bad... thank you dad for all the precious memories you left behind. thank you for teaching me about god and raising us up right.... i love you, dad..... love your daughter, cindy

Teresa Weaver

December 1, 2010

Uncle Herman the greatest Christian and best pastor you could ever have. A great Uncle! I am so glad that he was the one that married me and my husband. He was my good luck charm. I look up to him and he is very missed by me and family and friends. I didn't get to see him a lot but he was always in my heart. We will meet again someday. I love you Uncle Herman.

Laverne Puckett

November 28, 2010

My mother told me when he was young he would stand on box and preach to them.He was a good man.I can't beleive he is gone.

Schelley Mackey

May 30, 2010

This was my Dad's best friend. We always thought that Pastor Bryant would
preach my dad's funeral.They travel the country together.Preach in the tent ministry together.All of our family miss him so much.He was one of our great Generals. God had other plans for him>>>

Cindy Bucud

May 23, 2010

I have many memories with Uncle Herman! I remember him with great fondness and love. He always smiled and had a kind word for everyone. I love you Uncle Herman!!

March 6, 2010

uncle herman was a great man of god. we loved him dearly.we know he is rejoicing with his heavenly father and his other loved ones .he was precious to our family when our dad,his brother bobby, left us so he can be with his heavenly father six years ago. may his wife and children and grandchildren take comfort knowing he is at peace . his niece regina kennedy

Kathy Sterling

March 2, 2010

Herman was an amazing man, and we will miss him dearly. My condolescences to the Bryant family.

February 19, 2010

My husband and I, Cecil & Joan Warren, (Cecil is a nephew)loved this man dearly. He was an awesome mentor and our HERO! Cecil read to him from Hebrews 11, calling out the names of those written in God's Word, and assured him that we regarded him as one of these great heroe's of faith! We spent many Easter Sundays and vacations with the Bryant family. He was so very passionate about God and the Word of God! He gave many hours of his life to pursue God's will and to bless those AROUND THE WORLD. The work of his hands will never cease as the many churches, orphanages, and schools are alive and thriving as we speak! He is rejoicing while they being used to promote the Kingdom of God. He will be missed by many. Our love and sympathy goes to his wife, children and other family members of Herman Bryant. May the PEACE of God cover your hearts as you walk through the weeks ahead. Love each other he much as he loved you, work as he worked, cling to God as passionatly as he did.


My son, Bryan Warren wrote the following in regards to the loss of his uncle, Pastor Herman Bryant.

My uncle, Pastor Herman Bryant, has taken a new position in the worlds largest ministry opportunity for pastors. He has been interviewing for this position for a very long time. A lot of effort and travel has gone into his acceptance into this new season of opportunity. He received the call on February 9th, 2010, that this position was to be filled immediately. Without reservation, he accepted the position. He will send for his family later. Although they will miss him, they know it was the advancement of a lifetime. His direct supervisor is Jesus Christ. His new office is lined with gold! Uncle Herman, we celebrate with you in your new position. We love you, and we will miss you!
Say hello to the King! So long for now!!!
I love you Uncle Herman. Written by: Bryan Warren

February 18, 2010

Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Pastor Randy and Mrs. Nancee and Northside Assembly of God.