Jack Bryant, 59, electronics technician

May 06, 2004

Jack Bryant, an electronics technician who worked 38 years for Westinghouse and then Northrop Grumman, died of cancer Friday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Randallstown resident was 59.

After earning a certificate in electronics from the Allegheny Technical Institute in Pittsburgh, Mr. Bryant left his hometown in Ford City, Pa., for a job with Westinghouse, a company that Northrop Grumman later acquired. At his death, Mr. Bryant was a manager in the electronic systems department in Linthicum.

Services were held Wednesday.

Surviving are his wife of 25 years, the former Joanne Brown, a retired Verizon engineer; a son, Kenneth Bryant of Cleveland; four brothers, Sandy Bryant Jr. of Newport, Minn., Kenneth Bryant of Morrisville, Pa., Edward Bryant of Toledo, Ohio, and John Bryant of Fresno, Calif.; and two sisters, Mayme Taylor of Killeen, Texas, and Margaret Bryant of Ford City.

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