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Bryant Hurt

James “Bryant” Hurt, 83, resident of 120 Caldwell Drive husband of Mary Elizabeth Hurt passed away Tuesday March 30, 2021 at his home.

Born in Abbeville County SC he was a son of the late Claude “Buddy” Hurt and Garlene Creswell Hurt.

Bryant was an avid sportsman loving to fish and hunt especially Quail hunting. He was formerly in the South Carolina National Guard. Bryant had a deep religious conviction as he was Deacon emeritus at Friendship Baptist Church for 17 years. He is currently a very devoted member of McCormick First Baptist Church where he has served as deacon for the last 11 years. He also serves as the church greeter and has served on various committee’s within in the church. Bryant had a deep love of family. He enjoyed spending time with his wife and children. The apples of his eye were his grands and great-grands whom he enjoyed making memories with. The true love of his life was his sweet and precious wife Mary Elizabeth of 57 years whom he loved to go dancing with at the Lowndesville Community Center. He will be greatly missed by his many friends.

Survivors are: His beloved wife Mary Elizabeth White Hurt of the home; a son Greg Hurt (Mary Carlton) of North Augusta, SC; a daughter Miriam White (Jim) of McCormick, SC; four grandchildren Cyndi New (Austin), Tripp White (Melissa), Brittany Duncan (Curtiss) and Bryan Hurt; five great-grandchildren Will, Ruthie, Matthew New, Blanding and Charlotte White.
He was preceded in death by a brother Dennis Hurt and a sister Freddra Pressley.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday April 2, 2021 at 11:00 AM in McCormick First Baptist Church with the Revs. Michael Allen and Alvin Hodges officiating. The burial will follow in Melrose Cemetery in Abbeville, SC. The family will receive friends Friday morning from 10:00 until 11:00 AM in the Parlor at McCormick First Baptist Church. Due to COVID 19 Pandemic social distancing and mask are required.

Memorials in memory of Bryant may be made to McCormick First Baptist Church, 108 South Oak St. McCormick, SC 29835.


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It was always a pleasure to wait on Mr Hurt when I worked for the Bank of Abbeville. He never left without something funny or joyful to brighten our day. He will be greatly missed & forever loved. Praying for all of you. -- Samantha Turman-Richardson

Samantha Richardson Apr 6 2021 10:30 PM

Samantha Richardson lit a candle for Bryant Hurt

Samantha Richardson Apr 6 2021 10:24 PM

Dear Mary and family......
In times like this, I don't think there are words I could say to express the feelings I'm having right now as I write this....
I did get to talk with him the day before he passed and we were talking about Frank Wilson and never dreaming the next morning, he would be joining him. They are sure gonna be missed!!!
Bryant was a great person and I was so glad to have known him & had the privilege of calling him one of my best friends.....
I don't think I can ever forget him as he always seemed like the brother I never had.....
Our prayers are with you and all the familiy during this time.
1Thess 4:13-18

James Marvin Williams Apr 3 2021 11:24 PM

Deepest sympathy and prayers. Marian Hagen Milks

Marian Milks Apr 3 2021 5:18 PM

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Bill and Janet William ms Apr 2 2021 11:14 PM

a candle was lit in memory of Bryant Hurt

Richard and Ronnie McGinnis Apr 2 2021 4:59 PM

Kathy M Hall lit a candle for Bryant Hurt

Kathy M Hall Apr 2 2021 3:48 PM

So sorry to hear this about Bryant. My daddy and his Daddy were brothers.

Serena Hurt Whitmire Apr 2 2021 2:54 PM

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Crystal Hurt Singleton Apr 2 2021 1:57 PM

Cyndi and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May the days ahead be filled with fond memories.
Your SCHA Family

Karen Reynolds Apr 2 2021 12:18 PM