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Mrs. Zella Mae Bryant King

Born: Sun., Jul. 17, 1932
Died: Tue., Mar. 1, 2011

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Mrs. Zella Mae Bryant King, age 78, 345 S. Bancroft St. Indianapolis, Ind., formally of Monroe Co. KY. passed away Tuesday, March 1, 2011, at her home.

Zella was born July 17, 1932, a daughter to the late Stanley "Heavy Dog" Sanford Bryant and Emma May Curtis Bryant.

She was a housewife and member of the Keystone Church of Christ and Sulphur Church of Christ.

Married Ellis Hammer deceased and later married Jack Craft King also deceased.

Survivors include one son, Danny Hammer, Fairland, Ind.;
one daughter, Judy Cummins, Shelbyville,Ind.;
one step-daughter, Shirley Craft, Indianapolis, Ind.
two sisters, Rachel Bartley, Velma Emberton, both of Tompkinsville, KY.;
three Grandchildren, Five step-Grandchildren;

One son, Harold Hammer;
four brothers, George Bryant, Lecil Bryant, Cecil Bryant, Frank Bryant
all preceded her in death.

Visitation begins Friday, March 4, 2011, 4:00-9:00pm,
and Saturday, March 5th, 6:00am-11:00am.
Services 11:00am Saturday, March 5th.
With burial in the Old Mt. Herman Cemetery.


Visitation Details

Friday, March 4th, 2011, 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Yokley Trible Funeral Home

Saturday, March 5th, 2011, 8:00am - 11:00am, Yokley Trible Funeral Home

Service Details

Saturday, March 5th, 2011, 11:00am, Yokley Trible Funeral Home

Interment Details

Old Mt. Herman Cemetery

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Connie Blaszkiewicz
   Posted Thu March 03, 2011
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies for the passing of Zella. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. With all our love, Connie, Steve Blaszkiewicz & Christine Cross

Kenneth and Sherry Dodson
   Posted Fri March 18, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Both Jack and Zella were an important part of my memories growing up. They were always there to help us, whether it was a move across town or installing a water heater. My fondest memories are of my dad and I helping them insulate their garage when I was little and the many times we would visit their home - or them ours - and we'd all enjoy a box of Dunkin Donuts and Coca Cola in a bottle. We were truly blessed to have had Zella and her husband Jack as a part of our lives.

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