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Randy Allen Bryant

September 3, 1969 — October 31, 2021

Randy Allen Bryant returned to his peaceful home on Sunday, October 31st, 2021. Visitation will be held Sunday, November 7th from 1-2:30pm and the Memorial Service will be held immediately after at 2:30pm. Both will be held at the Walker-Nadler-Fuller Funeral Home in Lexington. Guests are asked to wear Chiefs shirts in honor of Randy.

Randy was born in Lexington on September 3rd, 1969 to Lela and Bill Bryant. He graduated from Lexington High School in 1988 where he was active in football and art. Randy had continued to use his artistic talents to help support Lexington Community activities. Randy had been a member of the Lexington Presbyterian Disciples Church since he was little. Randy had a strong work ethic and was a dependable worker, having been at Henkel in Richmond for over ten years. He loved Star Wars, the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals, super heroes, watching movies and drawing. Randy enjoyed playing Pokeman, going to Swap and Shops, getting tatoos, watching cooking shows and spending time with family and friends.

Randy is survived by one daughter, Taylor Bryant & Justin Pollard; one granddaughter, Ella Bryant all of Richmond. He is also survived by his mother, Lela Bryant of Lexington; brother, Andy Bryant of Buckner; sisters Angie & David Chapman of Buckner and Candy & MJ Myers of Lexington niece, Brittney & Marc Bayne; nephews, Brady Jobe & Austin Whitehead, Dallas, Texas, Nathan Bryant & Sara Soebbing, Grain Valley, Aaron & Danica Bryant, Seattle, Washington, Zenden & Zade Myers of Lexington; one great niece; two great nephews; Aunt Frayetta Street & Aunt Bonny Bunner, both of Lexington; and best friend, Danelle Gassen of Independence; along with many cousins and friends.

Randy was preceded in death by his dad, Bill Bryant; maternal grandparents, Fred & Agnes Means; paternal grandparents, Estell & Juanita Bryant Rowden, and Bill Rowden; along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Taylor Bryant for a College Education Fund for granddaughter Ella or to the Presbyterian Disciples Church.


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