In Memory of

Patsy

Ann

Bryant

(Miller)

Obituary for Patsy Ann Bryant (Miller)

Patsy Ann Miller Bryant, 83, of Pocahontas, Arkansas, passed away on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Patsy was born on Tuesday, March 17, 1936, in Dalton, Arkansas, to Samuel Richard and Ollie Nova Seagraves Miller.

Patsy is preceded in death by her husband, Leondis “Bunkie” Bryant; parents, Samuel Richard Miller and Ollie Nova Seagraves Miller; two brothers, Richard “Harold” Miller, and Curtis Miller; sister, Helen Sue Miller Stephens; and one grandson, Ethan Tyler White.

Patsy is survived by one sister, Mary Lou Miller Weatherford; daughters, Nova (Ammon) White, Carolyn (Louis) Ureno, and Cammie (George) Harguess; grandchildren, Shannon (Carmen) Jacobson, Dustin (Kristen) White, Lee (Autumn Shelby) Jacobson, Logan (Julie) White, Lauren (Dave) Ellis, Stephen (Heather) Ureno, Milly (Scott) Ureno, Suzanne (Keith) Matthews, and Trey (Bailey) Harguess; sixteen great grandchildren, and one on-the-way; and beloved nephews, nieces, and friends.

Patsy was a loving wife, daughter, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, neighbor, and friend. She was a member of the Church of God u.s.a, in Pocahontas.

Patsy was born and raised on the Miller homestead, in Dalton, Arkansas. She attended school in a one-room schoolhouse, at Bakerden. Patsy then attended Dalton High School and finished at Ravenden Springs High School. She was introduced to her husband, Bunkie, by Renae Vandergriff, and they married on March 30, 1955. Patsy always said she never knew if she should kiss or slap Renae for their meeting. Patsy also said that her marriage with Bunkie was not perfect, but it was always exciting.

Patsy and Bunkie traveled across the western United States following construction work but always managed to come back home to Dalton.

Patsy had an uncanny ability to get into embarrassing situations but always came out laughing.

Patsy worked at Pro Group (Golf Bag) for almost twenty years but was mostly a stay-at-home mom. She was a member of the Dalton Women’s Club until she moved to Pocahontas after the death of her husband.

Cremation has been chosen as the method of final disposition. A Celebration of Patsy's Life will be held at the Church of God u.s.a, in Pocahontas, from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, on Saturday, March 14, 2020.