Synuwae Lester Bryant, 53, passed away February 24, 2018 in Abilene, TX. His funeral service will be held at Macedonia Baptist Church, 608 N 7th St. on Friday, March 2, 2018 at 11:00 AM.
He was born August 14, 1964 to parents, Ruth M. and Ernest T. Bryant and grew up in Inglewood, CA. During Elementary and Middle school, he was part of the Inglewood PACE Program and attended classes at Cal State. Throughout high school he continued in the PACE Program and graduated from the Center for Enriched Studies in 1982. After high school he attended LACC for two years before joining the United States Air Force and serving honorably for eight years until 1992. He graduated from Hardin Simmons University with a degree in Criminal Justice in 1997 and began a twelve-year career with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. He also worked in the Hospitality Industry for twelve years. He was an avid photographer and loved spending time with his family.
Synuwae is survived by his mother, Ruth M. Bryant of Inglewood, CA; his sister, Rita Branch of CA; and one son, Chevante’ Bell-Bryant of Abilene, TX.
He was preceded in death by his father, Ernest T. Bryant in 1980.
Online condolences and memories may be shared with the family through the obituary link at www.elmwoodfuneral.com
I love u anyways!!
Hunni HughesSaint Louis, MO
I'm sorry to hear about Synuwae. My father passed 7 years ago and I really was introduced to Synuwae through him. He was always delighted to visit with him at lunch and ask about his time in the Air Force. I think my Dad was pleased with himself that he could always remember his name and how to say it. I got to know Synuwae pretty good over the years and we talked often at The Beehive and other places about computers and other nerdy stuff. He was always ready to greet me and talk. To his son, your Dad talked about you every single time I saw him. I know he loved you greatly. Rest In Peace Synuwae Bryant!
Robert MorrisAbilene, TX
Synuwae, Love you my Brother!! You will be sorely missed my friend... It just seems like last week we were talking and goofing off. I honestly cant believe you are gone! The Best News is that I know we will see each other again some day.
JR RounsavilleAbilene, TX
"Blessed be the God Who comfort gives;
We find it so assuring.
Yes, He will sustain and nourish us
If we keep on enduring."
"Strength and peace of mind we all can have
As hardships we keep facing.
Christ our Lord and King taught us the truth:
God's Love is all embracing."
2 Corinthians 1:3-7
Lorraine DensonKansas City, MO