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JOYCE ANN BRYANT
Joyce Strunk Bryant, age 58, of Williamsburg, Kentucky, formerly of McCreary County, passed away on Monday, April 30, 2012, at the Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center in Williamsburg.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, 2012, in the chapel of Pine Knot Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Thomas and Bro. Clay Cook officiating. Burial will be at the Jones Cemetery at Strunk, KY. Visitation will be Wednesday from 12:00 noon until service time at 2:00.
Joyce was born in Jellico, Tennessee, on September 23, 1953. She was the daughter of the late Elmer and Madeline (King) Strunk. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by three brothers, Donnie, Lonnie and Ronnie Strunk and a sister, Edna Carol Strunk.
Surviving family include two sons; Curtis and Elmer Bryant of Whitley City; two brothers, Darrell Strunk of Pine Knot and David Ralph Strunk of Stearns; three sisters, Lois Jean Walker of Pine Knot, Doris Fay Strunk of Somerset and Lisa Gail Strunk of Pine Knot. She has three grandchildren Desirae, Gabrial and Tyler Lunch.
Pine Knot Funeral Home is assisting the family of Joyce Bryant in his funeral arrangements.
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Steve Aug 19 2016 12:00 AM
, from certain srecous many of the claims made sound like the usual denial that the source of any social pollution could be China itself. What I mean in terms of navel gazing and reform is that China today would be full-stop unrecognizable to its 30 years ago self. In any of the aspects you list, there have been many reforms. With respect to the party's role, that there is still one-party rule does not mean that there has been no change in the way that party operates internally. Having said this, if one wants to make the claim that there has been no substantive change since Mao's passing, then that is only sustainable in the face of the continued power of the party. In terms of failing to address its own history, I guess what you mean is that it has failed to address its past to the satisfaction of those who would like to see it gone. Fair enough, but as anyone living in China will attest, crossing the stream groping for stones means that things have been changing very rapidly, which is not to say they have changed for the better for everyone. So, to those who enjoy accusing me of being pro-China, not quilty. I'm more pro evidence than anything.
nana May 31 2012 12:00 AM
I am praying for strength for you today. I wish I could be there for you today but you know how that is. I am with you in spirit.
Sharon Anderson May 1 2012 12:00 AM