Helping Families and Friends Honor Their Loved One


Mr. Alfred Bryant, Sr., age 91, of Pembroke, NC entered his heavenly home on Sunday, April 28, 2024, at his home surrounded by his family. Alfred was born on May 6, 1932, in Marlboro County, South Carolina.   Alfred was the son of the late Mr. Jimmie Bryant and Mrs. Viola Revels Bryant. He was the loving husband to Mrs. Mary Jane Bryant. Alfred was a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, and friend to all he encountered. He retired after more than 25 years at Johns Manville. He loved attending Mt. Airy Baptist Church in Pembroke, NC.  Alfred enjoyed fishing, gardening, and sharing the proceeds of his garden with his family and friends.

Along with his parents, preceding him in death are son: Mr. Kim Alan Bryant; sisters: Ms. Jessie Locklear, Ms. Corrie Milligan, Ms. Annie Jacobs, Ms. Betty Jean Williamson, Ms. Mozelle Locklear and Ms. Gracie Miller; brothers: Mr. Jimmie Bryant, Mr. Lindberg Bryant, Mr. Andrew Bryant, and Mr. James Bryant.

Mr. Alfred leaves behind his wife: Mrs. Mary Jane Bryant; his children, sons: Mr. Alfred Bryant, Jr. (Tabitha), Mr. Royal Travis Bryant (Teresa) of Pembroke, NC and Mr. Marcus Lawrence Bryant (Katina) of Maxton, NC; grandchildren: John Kimlan Bryant of Laurinburg, NC, Hannah Strickland (Tyler) of Laurinburg, NC; Alaric-Avery Bryant of Jacksonville, FL, Aidan Cole Bryant of Pembroke, NC, Cameron Travis Bryant and Brayden Wayne Bryant of Pembroke, NC, and Baileigh Mackenna Bryant and Jackson Colt Bryant of Maxton, NC; a host of nieces, nephews, church family and many special friends. Special caretakers, Wanda Locklear and Krysten Ashbeigh Harris of Pembroke, NC.

Visitation will be Thursday, May 2, 2024, 2 p.m. until 3 p.m. at Mt. Airy Baptist Church. Funeral services will be 3p.m. on Thursday, May 2, 2024, at the Mt. Airy Baptist Church in Pembroke, NC officiated by Rev. Dr. Mike Cummings, Rev. James Kelvin Locklear, and Rev. Kenneth H. Bryant. Burial will follow in the Mt. Airy Baptist Church Cemetery


  • Sheriff Burnis Wilkins Posted April 30, 2024 3:02 pm

    I would like to express my most sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Alfred Bryant during this most difficult time. May God give you peace and comfort to help ease the pian of your loss.

  • Suzie supica Posted May 1, 2024 2:44 am

    My uncle uncle Alfred had a heart of Gold. Uncle Alfred always did for family, friends , even if he didnt know you. Uncle Alfred was a giver. He always felt that giving was supposed to be. That’s what I remember about him saying. God always gives back ten times more. I didn’t understand that then. I caught on with age. Uncle Alfred always had fresh vegetables. He basically feed us all. Not only with fresh food, But with love and blessings. I remember us not having enough food and uncle Alfred and uncle Jimmy would always make sure we didn’t do without. That was what family did. I was taught family helps family and whom ever else is in need . They never turn heads. . I believe I learned to be thankful for what I did have from my mom’s side of the family. we shared ,and we was rich not from money, But for being kind to others . That made us rich in our hearts. I remember when………

  • Suzie supica Posted May 1, 2024 3:41 am

    My mom was his mom and all her siblings she had to raise. My mom was a mom without having kids. This fell on her. She did what any sister would do to keep the family from being separated. She was a mom to her siblings . Had to be . That’s what God gives back ten times more. She raised a young man that had the same thinking as she did. I believe she did a good job. Keeping all siblings together so the state didn’t jump in and separate. They all worked together. What happened in life to where life isn’t about that any more. I remember when .. …

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