Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary

200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, AZ


Jeffrey M. Bryant

March 3, 1973May 1, 2020
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Jeffrey Marshall Bryant, 47, passed away May 1, 2020 in Phoenix, AZ. He was born March 3, 1973 in Montclair, NJ. He was predeceased by his father, James Raymond Bryant, and the love of his life, Angelique Green. He is survived by his Mother, Mary Elizabeth Bryant, his sister, Karen Stacey DiNardi (John), and his aunts, uncle, and cousins. Jeff attended St. Peters Prep High School, in Jersey City, NJ. During his senior year, he was captain of the Swim Team. His favorite event was the 200 individual Medley. In 1991, he was accepted to and attended Purdue University, his father, mother and sister's alma mater. His course study was Electrical Engineering. In 2001, Jeff moved to Phoenix and attended MMI. He graduated from MMI in 2003 and soon found his passion for repairing motorcycles.

There will be services for Jeff at Phoenix Memorial Park on May 24, 2020 at 11:00 AM.

In memory of Jeffrey, memorial donations can be made to the Mayday Pit Bull Rescue & Advocacy or to the Acute Myeloid Leukemia Society.


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    Sunday, May 24, 2020


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Gretchen Manning

May 24, 2020

Jeff and I both worked at Hacienda Harley-Davidson back in 2006-07. He was a great friend, caring, supportive and soft spoken. What I remember most is that Jeff always had a smile to share. In a place where almost none of us had family close by, we became each others family. When it came time for us to return to Indiana after Scott's graduation from MMI, Jeff was the only friend who showed up without question to help us pack the moving truck. Whenever we returned to AZ for a visit, a stop to see Jeff was always on the itinerary. Rest easy, Jeff and know you were loved and will be missed. ❤❤❤

Christina Damon

May 23, 2020

We met at Four Peaks in Scottsdale, 2008. Ironically they closed 1 week after we lost you. It was way too soon. We just talked bikes last month. I'll miss you and remember the times we had together. Those days were peaceful. You helped me find my ride, how to ride and gave me someone to ride with. We just rode, on our day off, we were gone. Meet up with friends, try a new restaurant, grab a beer somewhere. You'll always be with me. Rest in peace. May you be reunited with the love of your life and Lady up in heaven. Watch over us riding down here, until we are reunited someday. Love you Jefe

Kimmie Bonofiglio

May 15, 2020

Jeff , You were always so kind and caring and great friend and coworker. I’m going to miss seeing you at Starbucks in the mornings before work and Saturday nights out with friends and coworkers after work! I’m so blessed to have been able to spend those times with you! Miss you lots💔

Yvette Phipps

May 15, 2020

I met Jeff in 2015 when I joined the Harley-Davidson of Scottsdale family. In the last 5 years I have spent many hours visiting with him and other coworkers after work. We had many great conversations over a nice cold one! He will always be missed -

Cat V

May 15, 2020

My heart is heavy. But I’m so grateful for the time I got to spend with Jeff. The laughs and conversations. Riding. Just being around him. To my friend, I’m going to miss you! Your hugs, your laugh, your sense of humor, busting my chops, your smoked chow, your food period, your smile and your presence. You will always be recognized in my prayers. Ride free!! Ride free with J!! Love you, always! Love, Cat 🌹

Jay Hornbeck

May 14, 2020

My heart is broken. My friend is gone way to soon. Jeff, everyone that ever crossed your path became your friend. You had that about you. There is a deep emptiness now that you have moved on to a better place. Shelly and I spoke of you and how devastating this is. We both had tears in our eyes as we spoke fondly of you and all the people that were better once they got to know you. You were so much more to me then the wizard that worked on my Harley. You were my friend. And I will never forget you. Fly free and ride free my friend. 💔💔

Debra Knoblauch

May 13, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Jeff’s passing. It’s just heartbreaking.
Jeff was a warm, kind and caring man and always a treat to be with. I am going to miss him.
Sending my deepest condolences to his mom, family and friends. Rest in Peace Jeff💔❤️

Suzanne Fisher

May 11, 2020

Our condolences from The Fisher Family. Jeff had purchased our family home back in 2016. I had met Jeff one time as he was outside taking care of the yard. We were excited to see what he was going to do with our family home. So sorry to hear of his passing. RIP Jeff.

Tom Burns

May 7, 2020

Jeff was a good guy with a laid back personality. He was a quiet type mostly, and a great mechanic. I worked with him at a Harley dealership and we talked about stuff a lot, he was funny if you got to know him. It was sad and a shock to hear of his passing, and I will miss him being around. He made an impact on me, and i hope he'd say the same. RIP Jeff.


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