John Bryant
Monday
23
July

Visitation at Funeral Home

9:30 am - 10:00 am
Monday, July 23, 2018
Bishop-King Funeral Home
1831 S Highway 82-65
Lake Village, Arkansas, United States
Monday
23
July

Funeral Service

10:00 am
Monday, July 23, 2018
Bishop-King Funeral Home
1831 S Highway 82-65
Lake Village, Arkansas, United States

Final Resting Place

Dermott Cemetery
West Gaines St
Dermott, Arkansas, United States

Obituary of John Bryant

John Houston Bryant, Sr. age 86, of Dermott died Friday, July 20, 2018 at Belle View Estates in Monticello, Arkansas.  Houston was born August 13, 1931 in Jerome, Arkansas to the late Emmett A. and the late Nora (Rodgers) Bryant.    He served in the Navy during the Korean War conflict where he received several medals which include, National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, United Nations Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, and Navy Occupation Service Medal. He was lifelong resident of Chicot County, was a farmer and loved his hobby of trapping animals for the locals in Chicot County. Houston served as the Coop Manager for Southern Farmers Association in Dermott and Eudora for more than 25years.   

 

Houston was proceeded in death by his parents, wife, Claudean Prescott Bryant and sister, Margie Bryant.

 

Houston is survived by a son, John H. Bryant Jr. and wife, Shannon of Bella Vista, Arkansas; two daughters, Janice B. Barden and husband, Douglas of Citronelle, Alabama and Lynn Courson and husband, Paul of Lake Village, Arkansas; one sister, Lois Christmas of Monticello, Arkansas and one brother, Danny Bryant of Morrilton, Arkansas; 5 grandchildren, Matthew Bryant, Christopher Bryant, Andy Chaney-Bryant, Taylor Dean Courson and Ashley Hickman and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

 

Visitation will be Monday, July 23 9:30-10:00am at Bishop-King Funeral Home with funeral services following at 10:00am with Reverend Edward Gulledge officiating.  Burial will follow in Dermott Cemetery under the direction of Bishop-King Funeral Home of Lake Village, Arkansas.

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