Obituaries

Clarence “Ted” Bryant

March 29th, 2016

Clarence “Ted” Bryant, age 61, passed away at home on Friday, March 26, 2016.

Ted was born on November 13, 1954, in Dorchester, Massachusetts; the son of Clarence T. Bryant and Christine (Jacobus) Bryant.
Ted grew up in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Ted and his wife Donna live in Groton, New Hampshire.

Ted and Donna had their own business, “Bryant Fire Protection” for years before Ted went to work for Life Fire Safety in Dublin, New Hampshire.

Ted was an avid hunter and outdoors man. He loved motorcycles and spending time with his family and friends. Ted was known for being outgoing and was always there to help his friends; he could fix just about anything.

Ted is survived by his wife Donna and his two daughters Angela Bryant of Lowell, MA and Sunshine Matthews of Groton, NH, three sisters Beverly Hodges of Parrish, FL, Sandra
Szulereck of Palmetto, FL and Barbara Robitaille of Derry, NH, his brother-in-law Wayne Servideo and wife Leslie of Lynnfield, MA, and his grandsons Jeremy Scott, Billy and Alex Crusselle all of Lowell, MA. Ted is further survived by many nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Saturday, April 2nd for Visitation from 12:00 -1:00 p.m. immediately followed by a Memorial Service at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in Ted’s memory may be made to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept., Attn: Business Division, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301.

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10 Entries in Guest Book for “Clarence “Ted” Bryant”

  1. Bill & Carrol Ryan says:

    Our deepest condolences to the entire Bryant family on the passing of a wonderful man and childhood friend. Ted will be sorely missed and forever in our memories.

  2. Peggy and Mike Russo says:

    Donna, Angela and Sunshine,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers. Ted will be missed by everyone who knew him. We loved him dearly.

  3. Mike Shay says:

    Ted was a friend, neighbor and all around good guy. He was one of the most energetic people I’ve ever known. He always had a joke and a smile. No matter what was happening he could always make me laugh.

  4. Peter & Jo-Ann (Calo) Warren says:

    Many years have past scene I last seen Teddy. He was truly one of a kind. We are all very lucky to have someone like him that made a different in everyone’s heart he touched through the years. Embrace all your individual memories.

    R.I.P. My Little friend/Bro & Little Teddy Bear you were an amazing person.

  5. Peter & Jo-Ann (Calo) Warren says:

    Many years have past scene Peter or I last seen Teddy. He was truly one of a kind. We are all very lucky to have him as a friend at some point in our life. Teddy made a different in everyone’s heart he touched through the years. Embrace all your individual memories.
    R.I.P. My Little Teddy Bear, Friend & Bro you were an amazing person.

  6. Harry and Elena MacDonald says:

    Donna, Elena and I are so sorry to hear of Ted’s passing. Everything seemed to be going so well for him. I, in particular, will miss chatting with him at the beach. I enjoyed “car talk” and listening to him talk about his workday. Our prayers, thoughts, and best wishes are there for you Donna and your family. God bless, Harry and Elena

  7. Gale Fullerton Judd says:

    Donna I am so sorry to hear of Teddy’s passing…he was a wonderful man and i know he will be missed by many.

    Love
    Gale Fullerton Judd

  8. Tom D'Errico says:

    It’s been a few years. Rest in Peace old friend. Great times and Great memories. Tom

  9. Linda Lenehan Denault says:

    You will always be a friend Teddy. Rest in peace.

  10. Larry collins says:

    Donna, I am so sorry to here about your loss, Ted was a true friend that I will really miss. He was truly a good person.

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