Lois Josephine Bryant
November 11, 1935  -  February 2, 2018

Lois Josephine Bryant

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Memorial Service
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
6305 Groom Rd.
Baker, LA  70714
Saturday, February 10, 2018
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Lois Bryant, 82, beloved Mother, was called to her eternal resting place on February 2, 2018. She entered this world on November 11, 1935 in Bayou Jack, Louisiana, born to John and Alma Billiodeaux.

Lois is survived by her sons, Randy Bryant and wife Teresa, Ronnie Bryant and wife Pam, and Robbie Bryant and wife Beth; daughter, Sissy Smart and husband Brant; grandchildren, Lindsey, Victoria, Caitlyn, Brennam, Blake, Branton, Meghan, Brittany,and Jammie.

Lois is proceeded in death by her parents, John and Alma Billiodeaux; husband, Charles "Red" Bryant; son, Ray Bryant; sisters, Lela Billiodeaux and Marie Price.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital at 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN 38105.

The online guestbook may be signed by visiting www.bakerfuneralhomeonline.com


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  1. Jimmie
    Denham Springs, LA

    Cousin's I know how hard this day is and how much it hurts, and you won't believe me right now, but you need to trust me, days will get better . we have crossed paths many times playing sandlot ball, softball, football, bowling, volleyball and basketball and over the past years we have had some great times , I was always proud of Uncle Charles & Aunt Lois , I admired them so much. you always think there is plenty of time and opportunities in life to do things , my big regret was not watching more MLB. games on T.V. with Uncle Charles and going to more softball games that he played and pitched in. he was truly a Hall of Famer he could put Cal Ripken, to shame. My Aunt Louis , just like she looks in her picture was flat out audacious . she would haul me all over town as a baby and spoiled me so much I never wanted to go home. she was way ahead of her time in so many ways ,. well I guess the best way to describe our lives with this fiercely loyal and lovable family from Papa and Grandma on down was they could slap you are hug you so hard you couldn't breathe all at the same time ... love yall always ..JP & Kathi .

  2. Ronald Bryant
    Bay Saint Louis, MS

    Rest In Peace mom. Finally with your family in heaven . Love you more than you know . Best mother a child could hope for . Dearly missed we love you

  3. Randy
    Gonzales, LA

    Thanks for all you did for us mom you now can reunite with dad love and miss you already Rest In Peace

  4. Jill
    Lakeland, FL

    She will be missed. Love you guys, y'all are in my prayers.

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