A celebration of life for Mrs. Canzerlee Davis Bryant will be held on Saturday, August 24, 2013, at Twelve O'Clock, Noon, at the Springfield Missionary Baptist Church, 11064 Old Number Six Highway, Eutawville, South Carolina with the Reverend Gary D. Miller, Pastor, officiating. The casket will be placed in the church at 11:00 am for viewing. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Canzerlee Davis Bryant, the daughter of the late Mr. Fordham Davis and Mrs. Hercules Hampton Davis, of Vance, South Carolina, was born on August 31, 1930 and departed this life on August, 20, 2013 at The Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg, South Carolina following an extended illness.
At an early age, she joined the Rock Hill African Methodist Episcopal Church. Upon marriage, she joined the Springfield Missionary Baptist Church. While at Springfield, she was a member of the Senior Choir, Pastor's Aide Board and the Christian Burial Association.
She was married to the late Mr. Herbert Bryant, Sr. This union was blessed with five children.
She leaves to cherish precious memories: Deacon Bernard Bryant, of Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Frank (Earnestine) Bryant, Mr. Herbert Bryant, Jr., Ms. Joyice Elaine Bryant and Bishop Eugene Bryant, all of Vance, South Carolina; three grandsons, Jason Theron Bryant, of Vance, South Carolina, Jarrette (Nicole) Franklin Bryant, of Holly Hill, South Carolina and Sterling Jermaine Bryant, of Irmo, South Carolina; four great-grandchildren, Niqin Bryant, Darren Bryant, Joi Bryant, all of Holly Hill, South Carolina and Selena Martinez, of Cordova, South Carolina; a special niece and nephew, Barbara Cameron and Chappell Davis, Jr., both of Vance, South Carolina; one sister-in-law, Hattie Watkins, of Nashville, Tennessee; three brothers-in-law, William Clyde, of New York, New York, Rev. Willie Bryant, of Vance, South Carolina and Deacon William (Muriel) Bryant, of Cottondale, Florida. She adopted and also leaves: Reverend Ralph Brown, Gary Virgil, Betty Matthews, John Asbury, Sam Brown, Rosetta Dash, a very special friend, Mrs. Mildred White and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.
Friends may call at the residence, 649 Lodge Hall Street, Vance, South Carolina and at the funeral home.