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Desconte BryantApril 19, 1999 ~ May 29, 2017 (age 18)
Although Not a soldier, he was a soldier in spirit.; so we give tribute to him as a honorary soldier and his love for JROTC at Goldsboro High School.
A soldier’s farewell
Heaven’s gain Hearts broken Words unspoken
A heavenly welcome For a job well done
Great rejoicing in heaven But the hearts of mortals are heavy
A hurricane of memories The pain in our hearts… …oh the pain!
Earth’s loss Heaven’s gain To serve in the flesh no more
But to be with The Father forever A soldier’s farewell A great story to tell Troubled hearts,
“It is well”…do not sorrow For we will see him in the morrow
Take heart Wash away the pain With thoughts of the gain
Weep not again Cos’ a soldier never dies A soldier always lives Because He lives ~ Author Sylvia Chika
Desconte Bryant 18, of 410 Hollowell St., passed away on May 29, 2017 at Vidant Medical Center, Greenville,NC.
Desconte Makeel-QuRan Bryant affectionately known as "Bear" departed this life on May 29, 2017 at Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC. He was born April, 19, 1999 at Lenoir Memorial Hospital to Travis Bryant and Aprile Hatch.
Desconte was a rising senior at Goldsboro High School. He strived hard to be one of the top cadets in the JROTC program. He was crowned Military Ball Prince 2016-2017 school year. Desconte had dreams of becoming a U.S. Marine. He was also employed as a cook at HWY 55 in Goldsboro, NC.
Desconte Leaves to cherish his memories, his mother Aprile Hatch of the home; his father Travis Bryant of Vanceboro, NC; three brothers; Tevante Hatch and Sakani Bryant of the home; Jeremiah Bryant of Vanceboro, NC; one sister La-mya Bryant of Vanceboro, NC; and his maternal & paternal grandparents; and a host of aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends.
Please remember the family in your prayers as they have entrusted their final Services of Love and Compassion to Serenity Memorial Funeral Home & Cremations,LLC.