Mr. Kyle Bryant, Director of Student Activities at Pensacola Christian College, entered the presence of Jesus Christ, his Savior on Wednesday, January 11, 2023. He was a servant leader, and his love for the Lord compelled him to honor Christ… View Obituary & Service Information
Kyle Anthony Bryant, on Saturday, May 17, 2008 of Alexandria, VA. Son of Scot and Vickie Bryant; brother of Lauren Bryant Kershner; brother-in-law of Philip Kershner and grandson of Lois Gillum Bryant. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson… View Obituary & Service InformationWe would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. Enter your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. Messages run for up to one year and you can stop at any time. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.We are aiming to host another service in our hometown of Courtenay, BC, the following week, seeing as the venue we have for Vancouver is quite small. Details will be posted when we secure a venue for the second service.We will have a gathering at the Creekside Community Centre – Multi-room #4. 1-Athletes Way, Vancouver, on September 19, 2015. 1:15pm to 4:30pm. Please dress your best to honour Kyle. Not only was his family blessed with his presence; but his life was full with the love from his grandmother, aunts, uncles, friends, partner Malik, professors, fellow students, and any person who had the privilege of meeting him. If you ever had the opportunity to know TK; you were touched by his ability to empathize and relate to you as a fellow human being. TK’s heart was filled with compassion, fire, and conviction to touch the untouchable and love the unlovable. He was a life changer. With a burning passion in his bones and an academic scholarship in his pocket; TK mastered law school at the University of Louisville School of Law with high honors which allowed him to aid his passion. He was all set to graduate in May 2023. Although he could have pursued a monetary successful career in law; TK chose the non-profit arena where his schooling ushered in the opportunity for his internship at the Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition. This is where his passion married his career. He was given the opportunity to assure people who were surviving on the streets were given the same respect every human being deserves; adequate clothing, food, shelter, and to be seen and valued. His desire was for those struggling with addiction to have access to clean needles, Narcan, and the promise of another chance. His advocacy for the LGBTQI+ community cannot be expressed in words. He started a movement which will live way beyond his 24 years and 10 months on this Earth. He has always believed that “LOVE WINS”. Love wins in the dark times, in the isolated times, in confusion, and misunderstandings. Love is the answer to any ailment, disease, sin, or addiction. His heartbeat for the hurting remains as his family and friends pick up the torch and carry on his legacy. Please join us for the Celebration of Life of Tk Bryant, this Friday, July 8, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. at Cawood Funeral Home, Middlesboro, Kentucky. Everyone is welcome to join the celebration for TK!Tayler Kyle Bryant (TK) entered this world on September 21st, 1997. He was given life by Samantha Tayler-Blondell of Harlan, Kentucky. From the moment of conception, he was a force to be reckoned with. He was created with a heart to serve. His wit, sarcasm, and fiery personality were no match for the red hair that lavished his head. He was untouchable and could not be contained. His passion to serve was ingrained from birth. He was not only loved but treasured by his mom, Sam and stepdad Adam Blondell. The bond between his sister, Megean Bryant; niece Ava Smith, stepbrother Jon, nephew Bowie and stepbrother Justin Blondell cannot be broken.Kyle had a passion for going to camps, especially Camp Rainman and Medcamp. He loved everyone and never met a stranger. He loved giving hugs even if you wanted one or not. His hobbies included playing video games and going to the arcade. Kyle enjoyed movies and shopping. He loved all animals, Pokémon, dragons, dancing, and music. He was adored by many and will be greatly missed.Kyle is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Barbara Ann Bryant and Jefferson Corbett Bryant; uncle, Theodore Wesley Bryant; cousin, Wesley Allen Bryant. He is survived by his father, Jeffery L. Bryant; mother, Kellie B. Emory and husband, Jay; maternal grandparents, Jewel M. Bonnette and Mary P. Bonnette; brothers, Colbey A. Bryant and fiancée Amanda Mitchell, and Riley W. Shy; uncles, Dale A. Bryant, and Daryl L. Bryant and wife, Katie; aunts, Korie M. Harrison and husband, Archie, and Barbara A. Bryant; nephew, Grayson L. Bryant; cousins, Tyler Harrison and fiancée, Brandice, Trent Harrison and wife, Anna, Sean M. Bryant and wife, Amanda.
A funeral service celebrating the life of Kyle Gregory Bryant, 25, will be held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, September 18, 2022, at Rose-Neath Funeral Home, 2201 Airline Drive, Bossier City, Louisiana. Visitation will be from 2:00 p.m. until the time of service. Officiating the service will be Brother Bubba Mills from Clara Springs Camp and Conference Center.Kyle had a passion for going to camps, especially Camp Rainman and Medcamp. He loved everyone and never met a stranger. He loved giving hugs even if you wanted one or not. His hobbies included playing video games and going to the arcade. Kyle enjoyed movies and shopping. He loved all animals, Pokémon, dragons, dancing, and music. He was adored by many and will be greatly missed.
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