Angela Michelle Bryan, age 55 of Gallatin, passed away May 12, 2022. Angela was born on June 7, 1966 in Knoxville, Tennessee to Ginger LaRue and the late Benny Waggoner. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her step-father, Joe Marshall. Survived by her husband of 33 years, Mike Bryan; children, Benjamin Bryan (Leah), Katelin Ternes (Kody), Isaac Bryan (Emma), Luke Bryan; grandchildren, Jack Bryan, Lillian Bryan and Loretta Bryan; mother, Ginger Marshall-Byrge (Clyde); and several extended family members.
She passed into eternity on May 12th at 1:25am. Her days are spent worshiping her savior, and glorifying her Father in heaven - all day long, every day. WOW…what must that be like? All of us who know Jesus, will experience what Angela is experiencing for ourselves one day!
She was an angel on earth for nearly 56 years, she is the sweetest and kindest and most beautiful person I’ve ever known or will ever know. No complaining, no wants. Just serving her family and friends with love and grace every minute of every day of her precious life. She was the epitome of a Proverbs 31 woman of God, loving wife to me, nurturing mother to our 4 children, and caring Amma to our 3 grandchildren.
Verse 28-29 says, “Her children stand and bless her. Her husband praises her: There are many virtuous and capable women in the world, but you surpass them all!”
Proverbs 31:28-29 NLT
Angela Bryan surpassed them all. With ease.
You are all invited for an “Honor the Sweet Life of Angela Bryan Open House”, Saturday, May 21st, from 4-7ish, at One Stone/Unite Church in east Nashville. 1101 Stainback Avenue, Nashville, TN 37207.
Come as you are, please (no black, no dress clothes), for dessert and coffee and fellowship time with our family and each other, starting at 4 - just like you were coming to Angela Bryan’s house for coffee and dessert - followed by a time of honoring Angela’s sweet life at 6.
There will be a graveside ceremony on Memorial Day for family only, at Lark Spur Conservation at Taylor Hollow. “Larkspur is a Conservation Burial Ground. A protected Green space dedicated to natural burial. With each burial the land is restored, contributing green space for the community to explore, clean air, and clean water. It is the ultimate legacy to leave for future generations.”
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Alive Hospice Nashville, in Angela’s name. They have all been like angels to Angela and our whole family these past few weeks.
Arrangements Entrusted To: Sumner Funeral & Cremation, Gallatin (615) 452-9059