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Earl Bryant

Earl "Jack" Jackson Bryant

September 30, 1932 June 29, 2019

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Obituary for Earl "Jack" Jackson Bryant

GARDEN CITY - Earl Jackson “Jack” Bryant, 86, died on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City, Kansas. He was born September 30, 1932 to Emily Bryant (Jackson) and Roy Bryant in Denver, Colorado. He married Irene Murmuraki on September 3, 1959 in Denver, Colorado.

Jack proudly served his country from 1953-55 as a medic for the US Army in the Korean War. He was a past member of the American Legion and Elks Club. Jack enjoyed target shooting and fishing and loved riding his motorcycle.

Before retirement, Jack worked as a Surveyor for the City of Garden City, Kansas.

He is survived by by his wife Irene Bryant of the home; a daughter, Barbara Bryant-Wells and husband JR of Garden City; grandchildren; Roman Wells and wife Jessie of Garden City, Emily Burns and husband Shane of Garden City, and Boone Wells of Salina; and six great-grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his parents.

Memorial services will be held at a later date. Jack’s family honored his wish by donating his body to the University of Kansas Medical Center’s Willed Body Program.

Suggested memorial contributions are to the Finney County Humane Society in care of Weeks Family Funeral Home & Crematory, PO Box 1200, Sublette, Ks 67877. Condolences may be left online at WeeksFamilyFuneralHome.com

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Marcel Twizzle

Irene and Barbie (yes girlfriend, that is how I knew you oh so long ago). I was so sorry to hear about Jack. I just called mom, Bebe, and left her a message. Irene you have so many memories to fall back on when times are really tough. I know you will be comforted by God and all your friends, even the friends that you just crush at the bridge table! Here is how I heard about this. I volunteer at a thrift store in Wichita and a couple was shopping and we got to talking at the register and they told me they were just in town and stumbled upon this store. I asked if they knew Jack and Irene and boy did she have a lot to tell. Mostly about your duplicate bridge. She did not know for sure but thought Jack passed just the week before. I just got to looking it up this evening. If you don,t have moms number you can give me a call and I will give it to you. My no. is 316-619-3447. My prayers go out to all of you.
Love Megan Skolich
Comment | Posted at 07:21pm via Condolence

Carolyn Myers

So sorry to learn of Jack's death...he was a kind and caring person. Love to the family.
Carolyn Myers
Comment | Posted at 11:15am via Condolence

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