Carol Elaine Temme Bryant

The Charlotte Observer (Sunday) - - News/obituaries -

CHAR­LOTTE — Carol Bryant, 79, passed away on Novem­ber 16, 2018. She was born on March 28, 1939 in Barnes, KS, a daugh­ter of the late Rev­erend Louis Temme and wife Elsie. She was youngest of seven sib­lings.

Carol was a life- long Lutheran, she was ed­u­cated at War­ren­ton High School in War­ren­ton, MO, and grad­u­ated from the Univer­sity of Ne­braska Omaha with a Bach­e­lor’s de­gree in Food and Nutri­tion. She went on to marry Ron­ald Bryant in May 16, 1970 in Colum­bus, OH, where they had the union of their son Eric, who loves and cher­ishes his mother. Her ed­u­ca­tion and in­ter­ests led her to be­come a reg­is­tered Di­eti­tian, In­struc­tor at Dis­cov­ery Place, Cu­ra­tor of an­i­mals at the Na­ture Mu­seum of Char­lotte, and wait­ress at a lo­cal cafe. She is a mem­ber of Christ Lutheran Church. Her pas­sion for an­i­mals and help­ing oth­ers led her to be a li­censed Wildlife Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tor, mem­ber of the Bats Con­ser­va­tion In­ter­na­tional, and strong sup­porter of the Epilepsy Al­liance of Meck­len­burg County, North Carolina.

Carol was a ded­i­cated, un­der­stand­ing, sup­port­ive, en­cour­ag­ing mother and wife. She loved so much that she can make friends with a com­plete stranger, an emo­tional lit­tle trooper, noth­ing stopped her from car­ing about the lives of those around her, she is ev­ery­thing we ever needed from a mother and wife. She was ev­ery­thing any­one else would ever need in a friend.

She leaves to cher­ish her mem­ory, her lov­ing hus­band Ron­ald Bryant; son, Eric and wife Jen­nifer; grand­son Henry and grand­daugh­ter Rachel; brother, Harold Temme, War­ren­ton, MO; sis­ters, Lois Frick, War­ren­ton, MO and Anita Carter, Ge­orge­town, TX; and her late both­ers, all min­is­ters, Ralph, Nor­man, and El­ton Temme; and neph­ews and friends.

A me­mo­rial ser­vice will be held at 2 PMon Sun­day, De­cem­ber 2, 2018 at Christ Lutheran Church, 4519 Prov­i­dence Rd., Char­lotte. The fam­ily will re­ceive friends fol­low­ing the ser­vice.

Me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions (in lieu of flow­ers) may be made to the Epilepsy Al­liance of North Carolina Med­i­ca­tion Fund Pied­mont One, Suite 5541 A 1920 W. First Street, Win­stonSalem, NC 27104, or to Christ Lutheran Church, 4519 Prov­i­dence Rd. Char­lotte, NC 28270, 5541 A

Con­do­lences may be of­fered at www. har­ryand­bryant­fu­ner­al­home. com

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