Madeline Utter Cornett Bryant
Funeral Date: 5/13/2008

Obituary:
Madeline Utter Cornett Bryant age 96 of Warren, Ark, died Saturday, May 10, in the Bradley County Medical Center. She was born August 7, 1911 in Kingsland, Ark. a daughter of the late Andrew Jackson Utter and Mattie Parnell Utter. She was a retired sitter, a charter member and oldest member of Faith Freewill Baptist Church. She was the widow of Ernest Clyde Cornett who she married June 14, 1930 and he died March 2, 1950, and A. E. Bryant who she married October 23, 1952 and he died August 22, 1976. Also, preceding her in death, a son Ernest Cornett, a daughter Virginia Szot, a grandchild Jimmy Brooks and 3 step sons, Jimmy Bryant, Billy Bryant and Charlie Bryant. Survivors include 3 daughters, Martha Kimbrell and spouse W.A. of Warren, Ark., Sue McMillian, Popular Bluff, Mo. and Mona Morgan and spouse Dennis, Warren, Ark. A daughter in law Jean Cornett, Fordyce, Ark. 10 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren. A host of step grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were 10:00 AM Tuesday, May 13th Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Bruce Culp officiating. Linda Barrett was organist. Burial was in Willoughby Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Cody Gentry, Seth Gentry, Greg Calhoun, Keith Calhoun, James Guiselman and Monty Adams. Honorary pallbearers were Don Hunter, Buddy Hays, Preston McKiney, Kevin Doggett, Ronnie Hammock, Christopher Hammock and Mac McClain. Online guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com

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Name: Tanya Johnson
Message: Your life was a Legacy to all who knew you! I only hope that I could be half the example that you were to me! I loved you dearly. God has the most beautiful Angel now...

Name: Edith Castleberry
Message: Oh Mott, so sorry to read of your mother's death. She was such a wonderful person. Her death is truly Heaven's gain. Love you all, Edith

Name: Charles Landers
Message: Mona, I was sorry to hear of the death of your Mother. She lived a long life, and I know you will miss her dearly, but she is resting now with Jesus. Please accept my sincere sympathy. May the Lord be with you all on this sad occasion. You will be in my prayers.