Horace Bryant

August 4, 1924 ~ December 25, 2020 (age 96)


Horace Bryant 

Horace Bryant was born August 4, 1924 in Georgetown County, SC; he was the son of his late parents Lorenzo and Orine Cotmon. He was oldest of three sons, and leaves behind his wife Lenore Bryant of 69 years. He moved from South Carolina to Aliquippa, PA at the age 16. Horace and Lenore met in Aliquippa and then married February 3, 1951 after moving to Pittsburgh PA. Horace and Lenore then gave birth to their first born child Jacquinette, who sadly is no longer with us. Horace leaves to celebrate his life his sons Horace Lee, Terry and Kevin and his daughters Lisa , Anita, Donna, Kimberly and Toni. He also leaves to celebrate his life his sons in laws William and Walter and daughter in law Georgette. Horace leave five generations to celebrate his life that consist of 17 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren and 16 great great grandchildren of whom he was greatly fond of and he doted on them all.

Horace was a very generous, honest man and would speak his peace. Horace loved his family and taught his family the values of life, respect, integrity, wisdom and to work hard. Horace raised his children up in a stern manner, he taught them discipline and strong work ethics. Horace, who was known by many as Mr. Horse, had a very strong work ethic and worked up until he was 92 years young. Horace began working at J&L Steel and work numerous jobs until he retired from JE Cochran at the age of 87 and continued to work side jobs until the age of 92. Through Mr. Horse strong work ethic, and his wealth of wisdom he was able to provide job opportunities within his community to work with him at JE Cochran. Throughout the years Horace showed his kindness to his wife and family and many others that had the pleasure of knowing him. We will all remember him fondly.

Psalms 4:8 and Proverbs 3:24
“I will lie down and sleep in peace.
When you lie down, you will have no no more pain. You will lie down, and your sleep will be pleasant.”

Rest In Peace.

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