Dolores Landman Bryant

October 27, 1926 - September 17, 2022

10/27/1926 - 09/17/2022

Past Services

Cemetery
Thursday September 22, 2022
11:00 am
Hampton Memorial Gardens
155 Butler Farm Rd
Hampton, Virginia 23666
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Graveside Service at Mausoleum

Dolores L. Bryant, 95, of Hampton, VA, passed away September 17, 2022. She was preceded in death by her husband, Franklin “Bud” Bryant Sr.; parents, John and Leah Landman; siblings, Fred, Claude, Lorraine, Vivian, and Margie; granddaughters, Cyndi Beebe and Kim Haynie; and son-in-law, Jerry Fox. 

Born in Michigan on October 27, 1926, Dolores moved to Hampton Roads and lived a full life raising her two children with her husband, Franklin. She became an antique dealer and owned her own shop for many years, where she continued to work until her 80s. Dolores had an eye for value and unique antiques. When she wasn’t collecting antiques, she loved spending time with her cat Missy and was a wonderful seamstress.

Dolores is survived by her son, Franklin Bryant Jr.; daughter, Marie Fox; sister, Gerry Tubbs; grandchildren, Michele Goff, Adam Bryant, and Katie O’Donnell; and 11 great-grandchildren.

A graveside service at Hampton Memorial Gardens will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 11:00 am. Arrangements are in the care of Altmeyer Funeral Home-Riverside Chapel.

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Michele Goff
5 days ago

We will miss you grandma. I will always remember going to Virginia to your antique store and you would let me pick out something really nice in your shop. We live you.

Katherine Tubbs
8 days ago

I will miss you Aunt Dolly We had so many wonderful visit

Tiffany Byrd
8 days ago

So many fond and happy memories of going to see Mrs. Bryant at her antique shop. She was always so pleasant and congenial to be around. Most of the time when walking into the shop, she and Bud and maybe a friend or two sitting around a small table playing cards. She was a wonderful lady and friend. Always a bright light. God Speed, Mrs. Bryant❤️