Sally Frances Bryant

Sally Frances Bryant, age 97, entered Heaven's Gates on June 20, 2019. Sally was born in Onondaga, New York on October 9, 1921. She was a resident of Sunrise Senior Living in Leesburg at the time of her death, and prior to that, made her home for 63 years, in Annandale, VA. During WW 11, she worked as a secretary for the Navy Department. A consummate homemaker, Sally was an excellent cook, and enjoyed preparing "everything from scratch" meals for her family. Over the years, she collected a large library of cookbooks. She loved baking and decorating beautiful cakes for others. She also loved growing flowers and was an avid gardener. Other favorite pastimes included bird watching, art, music and theater. Sally and her husband were members of the C & O Canal Association, where they made lifelong friends. For years, they hiked and camped along the C&O Canal, volunteering their time in clean up and maintenance of the trail and structures owned by the Club. In her later years, Sally enjoyed volunteering her time at the Inova Fairfax Hospital Thrift Shop in Annandale. Sally was preceded in death in 1995, by her loving husband of 41 years, James Calvin Bryant. In addition, she was predeceased by her brothers; John Mazinski, Sigmund Mazinski, Edward Mazinski, Chester Martin and sister; Helen Ely. Sally is survived by her daughters, Pamela Post and her husband, James Alex Post, and Nancy Sabella and her husband, Dr. Donald Sabella; her grandchildren, Demian Wyman (Julia Brandis Wyman), Rachel Sabella, Ryan Sabella and Gregory Sabella, and one great grandchild, Braeden Wyman. Memorial Services will be private, and interment at a later scheduled date, at Arlington National Cemetery. Please sign the guestbook at www.bakerpostfh.com.

 

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