Richard Bryan, husband of Nola, died on June 10, 2022. He was the father of four sons, Bernie (Barbara), Ken (Karen), Todd (Victoria), and Lance (Colleen). He was the grandfather of Megan (Joseph) Jankowski, Martha Bryan, Claire Bryan, Audrey (Spencer) Havens, and Will Bryan. He was also the great-grandfather of Carter and Molly Jankowski. Per his request, cremation has taken place, and there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Rotary International at Rotary.org.
So sorry for your loss Todd!
Nola, Bernie and brothers, we are so sorry for your loss. Dick and Nola were my favorite parents of any of my friends when I went over to visit Bernie in school! And then some 10+ years later, Dick found our house on Morrison Lake (which I didn’t know existed at the time). Two additions later, and we’ve been here for 35+ years, best decision we ever made.
I’d often run into you at Showboat concerts and even Meijer, always together, active, and having fun. You raised 4 great boys, one my best man, and are a treasure to the Lowell community. We will miss Dick, but I will celebrate all that Dick, Nola and his family have meant to Carol and I.
God Bless! Dan & Carol
Dear Nola & family,
I was so sorry to hear of Richard’s passing, It was an honor knowing him through Lowell Rotary.
Sending thoughts and prayers to the entire Bryant family. A good man and will be missed by many.
Todd sorry for your loss. On each visit you always talked about your dad. Im sure he was a great man as you are.
The Scott Homolka family is sending out huge heartfelt hugs and fond remembrances of your beloved father. We shall always remember Dick as being a gentleman with super communication skills who always encouraged and advocated for those that he served. And sincerest sympathy to all of you
The Scott Homolka Family is sending out our deepest and most heartfelt condolences to your entire family during this time of loss. We knew Dick as a realtor who always had our back. We appreciated his advocacy and assistance on many occasions and we have fond remembrances of this wonderful businessman.
In Sincere sympathy~Scott and Susan
Sorry to see this. Not only was he the dad of some of my friends growing up, he became a friend himself later in life.
Mr. B was always good to me and my family. Just a good guy
So sorry to hear the news. Dick will greatly be missed. It was a pleasure getting to know you both through Lowell Rotary. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
I was sadden to hear of Dicks passing. He was a great guy, obviously much liked and respected by all who knew him. It was at family gatherings and an occasional visit by Dick and Nola to Suttons Bay that I enjoyed his company and conversation. His was a life well lived. May he rest in peace.