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civic worker

Shirley Rhea Bryant, American civic worker.

Background

Bryant, Shirley Rhea was born on March 1, 1935 in Dickson, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Walter Herbert and Mable Clair (Eldridge) Fisher.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Social Science, Tennessee Technology University, 1957.

Career

Teacher Burton Elementary School, Nashville, 1953, Richland Elementary School, Nashville, 1954-1955. Social work Coffee County Welfare Department, Manchester, Tennessee, 1956, Lincoln County Welfare Department, Fayetteville, 1957-1958.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (song) A Tribute to Old Glory, 1991.

Membership

Co-president Parent-Teachers Association, Sparta, Tennessee, 1971. Volunteer Hopkinsville (Kentucky) Republican Committee, 1980, Kidney Cancer Foundation, Danville, Kentucky, 1985-1988. Member Committee to Reorganize City Government, Daneille, 1990-1991.

Organizer Meals on Wheels program West Eng Church of Christ, Danville, 1988-1990. Active band parent Hopkinsville Middle School and High School, 1971-1979, Mercer County High School, 1989-1992. Chairman, organizer Welcome Wagon Bridge Club, Hopkinsville, 1975.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, bridge, swimming.

Connections

Married Bob Mack Bryant, July 24, 1958. Children: Rob Mack, Tamra Dawn Bryant Blackwell.

father:
Walter Herbert Fisher

mother:
Mable Clair (Eldridge) Fisher

spouse:
Bob Mack Bryant

child:
Rob Mack Bryant

child:
Tamra Dawn Bryant Blackwell Bryant