One of the most difficult things to deal with in life is the death of a loved one, no matter how long God has allowed them to remain here on earth. The Bible tells us that our citizenship is in Heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body.
No matter how sad, we may feel, or how much we will miss her; there’s no better place for Ida Mae Bryant to be, than in God’s hands.Mrs. Ida Mae Roberts Bryant, the daughter of the late Porter Roberts and the late Annie Mae Wright was born on April 12, 1930 in Estill, South Carolina. She entered into eternal rest in Seabrook, South Carolina on Friday, October 12, 2018.Ida Mae was educated in the public schools of Beaufort County and was a graduate of Robert Smalls Training School. She worked for the Savannah Housing Authority for over 30 years and also for Rosa Sharon for 10 years. Ida Mae had a very quiet spirit and was a very humble individual. Most of all she is known for her cooking skills. She could make simple food taste good.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Porter Roberts and Annie Mae Wright; two daughters, Clara Mae Pryor and Betty Boyd. She leaves to cherish her memories: husband, Seabrook Bryant, Sr.; children, Bennie (Elaine) Roberts, Beaufort, SC, James (Janice) Pryor, Savannah, GA, Elizabeth Finn, Beaufort, SC, Bernard Bryant, AZ, and Seabrook Bryant, Jr., Savannah, GA; 28 grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren and several great-great grandchildren; special granddaughter, Zola (George) Eugene, Beaufort, SC; special grandsons, Baron and Tyrone Jenkins both of Beaufort, SC; special great grandchildren, Tyrel Sanders, Faith, Isaiah, Hope, Charity Eugene all of Beaufort, SC; in- laws, Elizabeth and Henry Bryant, Stanford, Conn, Deloris Bryant, Reverend Eunice Bryant and Jacqueline Bryant all of Scotia, SC, Daniel and Rose Bryant, Estill, SC; special friends, Charlie and Jan; other relatives and friends.