Chasity Lynn Bryant

October 29, 1987March 11, 2018

Chasity Lynn Bryant Born October 29th, 1987 and Died She lived in Millersville, TN but was born in Somerset, KY She was the youngest of three children to Linda & Larry Henry Chasity was survived in death by her parents Linda & Larry Henry, her sister Krystal Jakes, two nieces Alyssa & Maleigha Hagewood and her three children, Charisma-Star, Michael,and Ava Brown. She was preceded in death by her brother Kenneth A. Bryant and father Glen E. Bryant.

Chasity was a quite person till you got to know her. She was loved by many friends and family. She was very full of life and had such a wonderful sense of humor. She always felt her greatest accomplishment was her three babies.


  • Visitation Saturday, March 17, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 17, 2018

Chasity Lynn Bryant

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David Martinie

August 4, 2018

Chasity, i cant believe you're gone. It was a shock when i learned of your passing today. When i was a young man, i lost your brother, my best friend, and that pain is still with me today, 20yrs later. I will miss you very much. Linda and larry, im so sorry she's gone at such a young age. Please give michael, ava, and star a big hug for me. I couldn't believe it when i found out chasity was gone. I truly am sorry for your lose.

Jenny Lynn

June 10, 2018

We will never forget you. I remember this bonfire like it was yesterday.
Rest in Peace, Chas.

Thomas Renfro

March 17, 2018

I always enjoyed the time that we spent together. I'll never forget you, Uncle Tom and Aunt Bev

Ingrid Derrickson

March 17, 2018

I would like to express my sincere condolences. During such times as these, words can be of little comfort. Our Heavenly Father Jehovah, who created us, has the desire and ability to undo the effects of death. At Hosea 13:14, he promises to empty the graves of our loved ones. Our tears of pain will turn to tears of joy! My hope is that God will strengthen you, and give you a measure of comfort and peace until His promise is realized. With heartfelt sympathy.

Beverly Renfro

March 16, 2018

When she was little, I spent so much time with her. She loved watching American Rabbit and playing with her dolls. She was smart and funny. She was beautiful with a gorgeous smile. I will never stop loving her, aunt bev