Condolences for William Turner Bryant

Sr Julian posted on 6/1/19

Fare well Mr. William. Thank you for being the best driving instructor. You will be missed. Rest in peace.

 

Jackie R posted on 5/21/19

Dear family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, William. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and also Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing these truths have always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives. I have also found very comforting information about what hope there is for our deceased loved ones on jw.org.

 

Anne Smith posted on 5/21/19

I first knew Bill Bryant as a teenager. At that time he was editor of the Virginia Gazette and I wrote a student column and youth news articles for him. It was a delight to call him friend both then and throughout his life. Bill was committed to the good of his Williamsburg community and also to the greater community of mankind. His concern for inclusiveness, the value of diversity, the importance of equity and the betterment of all was demonstrated in countless ways throughout his lifetime. He stood strong and lived a constantly principled life. Bill leaves an enormous void painful for all who knew him.

 

Cheryl Leu posted on 5/18/19

People who met Mr. B on tour will never forget him. His passion for life, history, human kindness, and the future was more than contagious. I had the honor of working with and learning from him. He will always be an inspiration to me.