Tifton Gazette


April 7, 2014

Audrenecia Lashay Bryant

ALBANY — Audrenecia Lashay Bryant, 24, died Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah's Witnesses, U.S. 19 South in Albany. Burial will follow at Union Memorial Cemetery. She is survived by her mother, Chandra Burnam; step-father, Clement Burnam Sr. of Albany; father, Alvin Bryant of Albany; nine siblings, Cale'a Burnam, Raven Burnam, John Burnam, and Cameron Burnam, all of Albany; as well as Antwan Bryant, Adrian Kenny, Antavious Kenny, Trevorrian Bryant and Tykhia Bryant, all of Dooly County; grandparents, Kenneth and Verlene Cuffie of Cordele; grandfather, Alvin Bryant Sr. of Cordele, Johnnie Lee Burnam of Vienna; and great-grandmother, Dessie Thomas of Albany.

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