Condolences for Walter Cype “W.C.” Bryant, Jr.

Julie Emory posted on 6/17/19

Sincere condolences to W. C.'s family. He was a good friend. He always came by our office at Chowan and had a funny story to share about fishing. He was fun to be around and will surely be missed. I had not seen him in a long time and he came by Chowan not so long ago and he was just the same as I remembered him. Prayers for peace and comfort to the family.


delores bryant posted on 6/15/19

" WHATS IN THE POT " ??? he would call and ask before coming up ... i remember riding bycycles , to town to visit james gatling and family on main street .... many many good times. may God bless family and friends.



Jeff and Pam Mault (Lloyd and Lola Moore's granddaughter) posted on 6/15/19

Phyllis and family, We are so sorry for the passing of W.C. He was so gentle and kind, and we always looked forward to seeing both of you at the Moore family reunion each Easter. As you cry and mourn your loss, remember the fun times and the silly things said and then laugh. W.C. would have wanted that. We love you and are praying for all of you during this difficult time. With love ...


donna bryant conner posted on 6/14/19

knew and loved this man my whole childhood ,, what i remember most, WC and Phyllis coming to our house and roasting oysters !!!! he was the most fun; always having a good time .... i thought of him as an uncle, even though he was my cousin..... God bless you phyllis , michael and paul ,, my prayers for comfort .


Glynda McFadden Turner posted on 6/14/19

So sorry to Ms. Phyllis and all the family.


debbie cobb posted on 6/14/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Years ago we rented every year from them at Nags Head in Collington and had many good memories there. They were always so gracious in allowing us to rent and charged us very little when you think of what some people charge. We will always be grateful for those summer memories because they shared their place with us. I hope time can help the healing process and your loss.


Brenda White Bohbot posted on 6/14/19

Uncle "C" was the best Uncle I could ask for. Growing up I couldn't wait to go to Murfreesboro every summer and visit my Grandparents and Uncle WC and Aunt Phyllis. I have such fond memories of those years and the imprint that they made on my life. The first time I ever drove a car, was when I was 6 years old sitting on Uncle C's lap on a dirt road going to the river. He forever teased me about my stuffed animal Duckie.... even up until three weeks ago. Throughout the years, he and Aunt Phyllis would send me the best homemade pickles I have ever tasted. Though our hearts are broken, I am sure Uncle C is hanging out with Grandmommie and Dawie and having a grand old time. Hugs to Phyllis, Michael & Paul. You are in my prayers. I love & miss you Uncle C.


FRANCES MARTIN posted on 6/14/19



Debi Phillips Pedersen posted on 6/14/19

WC has been my dad's best and longest friend since he moved to Murfreesboro in 1947. Dad and WC fished together 100s of times in their lives. Though you could never get the straight story about who caught the most or largest fish. WC was tough on the outside, with a heart of gold. May God have a place for WC in Heaven's garden or fishing hole. With much love,