Terrance "Rusty" L. Bryer

Born: Sat., May 23, 1953
Died: Wed., Dec. 10, 2014

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Terrance "Rusty" L. Bryer, 61, of Willington died Thursday December 10, 2014 at the Hartford Hospital.

Terry was born May 23, 1953 in Bristol, CT. He was the son of the late Allen C. and Laura (Briggs) Bryer. Prior to his retirement he was employed by the CT State DEP. Terry loved to travel, the women's UCONN Huskies and was the best story teller ever.

He is survived by his brothers, Timothy Bryer of SC, Roddy Bryer of Southington, Randy Pelletier of Bristol; his sisters, Penelope Taggett of NC, Jacqueline Tardif of Maine and a very special friend, Fern Carver of MA. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com

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Janet DelGreco Olson

My sincere condolences to Terry's family and friends. I had the honor of knowing him from work. Know that he has now gotten his wings and is looking down watching over all that love him.

Becky and Bruce Cox

So sorry to hear of terry's passing remembering all the time we shared with your family here in Maine and terry was always an important part of that//

George Babey

I knew Terry for many years while we worked for DEP and count him among my friends. Yes, he could tell a story. But what I liked most about Terry was his easy manner, his warm welcome when he saw me, and his easy-going nature in some very trying times. Terry was a great calming influence and this should not be understated in times of stress. I could also rely on Terry to do his job well and that made my life easier. I was shocked to hear of Terry's passing and it saddens me greatly

George Babey


Rena Murray

Terry came into our lives when he was older and moved back to CT. we only seen him a few times but we hope he knew we cared about him. Thank you Jackie for being there for him. Love and Peace to all my Brother Allan children. Love Aunt Rena.



tim bryer
   Posted Tue December 30, 2014
Terry was my bro and friend. We traveled to many places including the Grand Canyon, Orange Fla, and even a house boat in Santee sc. This page cannot even begin to describe the mess we shared together called our life. The computer shows, the trips to Dixies, the visits to Ferns, the long talks about our youth.Terry is and will always be big bro.

Caitlin Emery
   Posted Wed January 28, 2015
Terry was my step uncle. The last time I ever saw him was 14 years ago at my stepmother, Dixie's, funeral. He was such a great man, who truly cared for me as much as he did his biological nephews & nieces. I know a lot of time passed in between our talks, but I thought of him often (as I do everyone from that family). He will forever be in my thoughts. I know him and Dixie are finally reunited and that makes me heart smile. Love you, Uncle Terry!

a friend
   Posted Sat February 21, 2015
I cried a tear, you wiped it dry
I was confused, you cleared my mind
I sold my soul, you bought it back for me
And held me up and gave me dignity
Somehow you needed me

You gave me strength to stand alone again
To face the world out on my own again
You put me high upon a pedestal
So high that I could almost see eternity
You needed me, you needed me

You held my hand when it was cold
When I was lost, you took me home
You gave me hope when I was at the end
And turned my lies back into truth again
You even called me friend

miss you Terry

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