Rossiter Dr. Bryant Edwin Rossiter

(February 5, 1995)

 

 

 

 

Obituary for Dr. Bryant Edwin Rossiter

(February 5, 1995)

DEATH: DR. BRYANT EDWIN ROSSITER
Published: Tuesday, Feb. 7 1995 12:00 a.m. MST

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Bryant Edwin Rossiter, 41, of Provo, died Sunday, February 5, 1995 at his home.


He was born March 8, 1953 in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Bryant William and Betty Jean Anderson Rossiter. He married Deborah Stark August 6, 1976 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in chemistry. He received his doctorate degree in chemistry from Stanford University. He was a senior chemist at Hoffman LaRoche from 1980 - 1985. He has been a professor of chemistry at Brigham Young University since 1985.

He has been honored with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship in Chemistry. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was involved in the Scouting program and loved hiking and skiing.

He is survived by his wife, Deborah, and five sons, David Bryant, Michael John, William Raymond, Adam James, and Alexander Scott Rossiter, all Provo; his parents, of Laguna Hills, Calif.; four brothers and three sisters, Mark William Rossiter, Rochester, New York; Diane Vincent Rossiter, Starling, Virginia; Steven Kent Rossiter, Fullerton, Calif.; Linda Rossiter, Riverside, Calif.; Karen Munton, Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Matthew James and Gregory Thomas Rossiter, both of Laguna Hills.


Funeral services under the direction of Walker Sanderson Funeral Home of Orem, will be held Thursday, February 9th at 11 a.m. in the Provo Edgemont 20th Ward Chapel, 303 West 3700 North, Provo. There will be no formal time for friends to call. Burial will be in the East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery, Provo, Utah.

 


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Rest in Peace Bryant Rossiter

Respectfully the Class of 1971

 

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