In memory of
Bryant Lee St.Clair
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In memory of
Bryant Lee St.Clair
Bryant Lee StClair was born March 5, 1939 and died on September 5, 2019. He was 80 years old. He was born to Dewey and Goldie St.Clair in Ennis, Texas. He is predeceased by his Father, Mother, two sisters, two brothers, including a twin, Dee, his daughter Theresa and grandson Duane Fant. He is survived by his wife, Ouida. He is also survived by Son Bret, Son Bryan and wife Jennifer, Son Michael and wife Michelle, daughter Ivey and husband Jimmy Morgan. Grandchildren: Anessa, Stephanie, Kyle, Kevin, Bailey, Michael, Peyton, Lanie, Lindsey and Leah and over a dozen great and great, great grandchildren. He spent many years driving long distance trucks. Lee loved his family. He spent many years as the neighborhood sports coordinator and referee when the boys were young. He enjoyed being involved with the Golden Gloves with his boys and watching Mohammad Ali with his brother, Junior. His favorite activity was teeing it up at Tawakoni Golf Club with friends and family. Above all, Lee was a DIE HARD DALLAS COWBOYS fan! During football season, you could catch the family watching the game at Lee and Ouida's house, cheering, screaming and just waiting to eat Ouida's famous roast and mash potatoes. On a really good Sunday, you could catch Lee enjoying this chocolate cake topped with red beans. He was a self described 'pick-three" expert. Immediately following the service, please join the family at El Fenix in Casa Linda.
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Charles W. Smith and Sons, Sachse
2925 5TH STREET
Sachse, TX 75048
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In memory of
Bryant Lee St.Clair
Bryant Lee StClair was born March 5, 1939 and died on September 5, 2019. He was 80 years old. He was born to Dewey and Goldie St.Clair in Ennis, Texas. He is predeceased by his Father, Mother, two sisters, two brothers, including a twin, Dee, his daughter Theresa and grandson Duane Fant. He is survived by his wife, Ouida. He is also survived by Son Bret, Son Bryan and wife Jennifer, Son Michael and wife Michelle, daughter Ivey and husband Jimmy Morgan. Grandchildren: Anessa, Stephanie, Kyle, Kevin, Bailey, Michael, Peyton, Lanie, Lindsey and Leah and over a dozen great and great, great grandchildren. He spent many years driving long distance trucks. Lee loved his family. He spent many years as the neighborhood sports coordinator and referee when the boys were young. He enjoyed being involved with the Golden Gloves with his boys and watching Mohammad Ali with his brother, Junior. His favorite activity was teeing it up at Tawakoni Golf Club with friends and family. Above all, Lee was a DIE HARD DALLAS COWBOYS fan! During football season, you could catch the family watching the game at Lee and Ouida's house, cheering, screaming and just waiting to eat Ouida's famous roast and mash potatoes. On a really good Sunday, you could catch Lee enjoying this chocolate cake topped with red beans. He was a self described 'pick-three" expert. Immediately following the service, please join the family at El Fenix in Casa Linda.
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Services Provided By
Charles W. Smith and Sons, Sachse
2925 5TH STREET
Sachse, TX 75048
Past Services ╲╱
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