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Bryan Thompson Lampton

April 28, 1957 January 12, 2021
Bryan Thompson Lampton
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Obituary for Bryan Thompson Lampton
Bryan Thompson Lampton, previously of The Baddour Center in Senatobia, MS, passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2021 from complications after a fall. Due to COVID restrictions Bryan will be inurned at St. Andrew’s Cathedral on Friday, the 15th, in a private, family ceremony.

Born April 28, 1957, Bryan was the fourth of the five children of R. B. (Ben) and Katherine (Katie) B. Lampton. He was named after the maiden names of his mother and paternal grandmother.

The term, “He never met a stranger,” was coined with Bryan in mind. He was always open to talk to anyone – friend or stranger, usually non-stop – anywhere, anytime, about anything. Although born with disabilities, Bryan had a big heart and a kind soul, and was always generous to all. Bryan’s employment was at the Mississippi School Supply Co., and he especially loved working with Art for All on his artwork. His special interest was photography. While Bryan did not have any children of his own, he loved, and was loved by, his numerous nieces and nephews and their children, as if they were all his own.

Bryan is preceded in death by his parents and his younger brother Jim. He is survived by his older sisters Kate, who lives in Charlotte, VT, and Mary (Richard) Puckett of Madison, MS. He is also survived by his older brother Bob (Carmel) of Jackson, MS.

Bryan also leaves behind his nieces and nephews: Catherine Swearingen and her partner Steve Boudah, Ellen (Jesse) Crary, Alice (Jim) McEnaney, Clara Shattie, and Andrew Bortz, all of whom reside in Vermont; Suzy (Ray) Foral of South Carolina, and Hastings (Amanda) Puckett, Rob (Katherine) Puckett, and Katie (Marcus) Ginn, all of whom reside in Madison, MS; Isabel Lampton (and her fiancée David Monteith) of Charlotte, VT and Mary Mikell Lampton of Houston, TX; and James (Andrea) Lampton of Maryland, April Lampton, Andy (Danielle) Lampton, and Mary Katherine (Chris) Shearer, all of the Jackson area. Bryan is also survived by twenty-five great nieces and nephews, and by his sister-in-law Stella Smith (Don).

His family expresses their deepest appreciation to the family of Jim Campbell, who employed Bryan at Mississippi School Supply for many years; to Tom Harmon of Art for All; and, especially, to the residents and staff of The Baddour Center of Senatobia, MS.

Memorials in Bryan’s name may be made to Art for All, P. O. Box 2364, Jackson, MS. 39225-2364; The Baddour Center, P. O. Box 97, Senatobia, MS 38668; or a charity of your choosing.
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