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Bryan Joey Northcutt
November 7, 2023
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Bryan Joey Northcutt Obituary
Bryan Joey Northcutt, 52, of Leesville, passed away after a battle with cancer at Lexington Medical Center. Born December 21st, 1970, he was the son of the late Gardenia Northcutt and B.J. Northcutt. Bryan was married to the love of his life Tammy Oswalt Northcutt on May 14th, 2023. They lived together in Leesville with their beloved pets Tyson and B.B.
In addition to his wife, Bryan is survived by his brothers Danny Northcutt and Donald Northcutt. His sister Carol Horton. His children Victoria Le’Anna Chandler (Chris Chandler) John Tyler Northcutt (Reagan Northcutt) Brentley Kyle Crank (Emily Shropshire) and step son Zachary Scott Kyzer (Tania Kyzer.) More than anything, Bryan loved his grandchildren, Kyle Crank Wesley Chandler Tyler Northcutt Ahren Sears (Kyzer) Peyton Sears (Kyzer.)
Bryan was predeceased by his beloved siblings Ronnie Northcutt and Bonnie Jean Northcutt. His great nephew, Dustin Northcutt. As well as his parents, Gardenia and B.J.Northcutt.
Bryan was a man to look up to and count on no matter what you needed. His door and his heart were always open to whoever needed it. He had a very close relationship with his family and friends, and enjoyed a good joke. He worked for Ansco and Associates for many years and made many life long friends along the way. The majority of his time was spent with his family and building new and exciting things. He and Tammy enjoyed a quiet life full of love and laughter.
Bryan will be entered to rest by way of cremation at Barr-Price Funeral Home and Crematorium, Historic Batesburg-Leesville Chapel. The family is asking for privacy during this time and will notify when they are able to receive company.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to either Barr-Price Funeral Home for expenses or for Bryan’s love of children to the Children’s Cancer Network at https://support.childrenscancernetwork.org