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Charlotte Judy Bryan

Judy Bryan, age 82 of Athens, passed away Monday, February 22, 2021 at NHC of Athens. A native and lifelong resident of McMinn County, she was the daughter of the late R.B. and Cecil Hicks Rogers. She retired at 50 years old to take care of her ailing husband. She was an excellent seamstress and worked for Athens Manufacturing. She loved flowers and enjoyed sewing baby dolls and clothing. She was preceded in death by her husband Ross Bryan; one infant daughter, Donna Ross Bryan; brother, Jerry, Randy, Jim; three sisters, Brenda Ann, Libby, Jena; granddaughter, Meredith Alexandria Womac; brother-in-law, Jerry Freeman,
One daughter and son-in-law, Ann and George L. Buchanan, Sr. of Athens
One granddaughter and spouse; Margaret and Jason Wilcox of Niota
Great grandchildren and spouses, Dusty and Chelsea Wilcox, Shyann and Michael Galloway, Hunter Wilcox, Alex Wilcox, Cadin Brazzell; Three great-great grandchildren, Jupiter Wilcox, Jaydin Galloway and Madilyn Galloway
Brother and sister-in-law Jack and Libby Rogers of Chattanooga, Mark and Tessie Rogers  of Athens; Sister and brother-in-law, Ginger and Todd Holt of Niota. Several nieces and nephews. Special neighbor friend, Faye Torbett.
It was Judy's wish to not have any formal funeral service. Condolences may be sent to www.laycockhobbs.com/notices/Judy-Bryan Laycock-Hobbs Funeral Home will be in charge of the arrangements.

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To Ann and the family....I was Judy's neighbor for many years and she and Ross were exceptional people. Always lending a hand to help and always smiling. God has gained another angel. I will always remember the good conversations with them. My heart breaks for you but GOD will take care of the sadness you have during this time. You will be missed Ms. Judy!!

Janet Benton Mar 3 2021 12:00 AM

I don't think anyone knows just how much I loved you. Being your sister-in-law was such an honor to me. I will always have a smile on my face when I say your name and you will live forever in my heart.

Judy Parks Claybourne Feb 24 2021 12:00 AM