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Kory Mitchel Bryant

FORT WORTH–Kory Mitchel Bryant went home to be with his Savior on April 22, 2018.
Celebration of life: 2 p.m. Thursday, April 26th at Alta Mesa Church of Christ, 4600 Alta Mesa Blvd., Fort Worth.
Kory was born November 12, 1968 in Irving, Texas.  Kory was larger than life and he lived it to the fullest. The legacy of his love of faith, family and friends will be a treasure his family and friends will always remember and find strength in. Those that had the honor of knowing him, knew they were loved and cherished.
Kory’s greatest love and best friend was his ever faithful, loving wife, Missy. They were each other’s best half. His children, Parker and Ally, were the light of his life and Kory invested deeply in and cheered them on every day in every way. He loved his oldest son, Jacob, as well.
Kory was an accomplished gymnast and diver, he was proud to have served in the US Air Force in service to his country and currently he worked as a Handwork Supervisor for Texas Almet. He managed to juggle work and family duties while putting in many many hours as a coach, booster club coordinator, and attending all his children’s sports. Kory was a member of the Crowley Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by his birth father, Jimmy Bryant.
Survivors:  Kory is survived by his faithful wife, Missy Bryant of Ft. Worth; sons, Parker Bryant of Ft. Worth, and Jacob Bryant, of Aurora, CO; daughter, Ally Bryant Nimrichter and husband, Taylor of Stephenville, TX; parents, Ken and Linda Klassen of Grand Junction, CO; sisters, Karee Bondy and husband, Steve of Denver, CO; Amy Stalnaker and husband, Ryan of Denver, CO; nephew, Miles Justice ; niece, Ella Bondy; and many more cherished family members and uncountable friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Stan and Petey Maples

    Missy, Parker & Ally,
    Petey and I offer our deepest sympathy to you all during this difficult time. Kory was a great friend and I’m thankful we had the opportunity to cross paths.
    Kory and I rarely had a conversation where he failed to express how much he loved and cared for each one of you. He loved talking about his family.

    We will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love to you all.

  2. Daryl Robertson

    I am so saddened by your loss and will miss him dearly. Know that you all are in my prayers.

  3. Missy – I am very sad from deep within my heart and soul about Kory’s passing. Reading his obituary I am sad that I never knew him as he sounded like a very good person. Heaven has gained a new Angel.

  4. Latisha Treadwell

    Having known you, Kory, many years ago while you were my daughter’s gymnastics coach brought many wonderful memories to mind. I don’t know a single person whose life you touched that didn’t love you deeply. We have missed you since you left the gym but know that the life you moved into brought you great joy. I am deeply saddened by your death as I know my daughter is as well. I pray God will hold your family in His loving care as they get through this difficult time. Rest In Peace my sweet friend. We’ll cherish our memories forever.

  5. Missy my deepest condolences I knew kory when we work together at Texas Almet for many years. He also help me move to my second apt. back n 1998 he was a good friend I will miss him dearly Tena

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