Heaven rejoiced on September 30, 1990 at 11:31 a.m. as Lee Bryant Broaden was born and given to his parents, Ursula Robinson Broaden and Herman Broaden at Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, AL.


Lee Bryant confessed Christ as his Savior at an early age and joined Bell Resurrected Baptist Church, formerly known as Bell Street Baptist Church No. 2, and was baptized under the leadership of the late Reverend Robert Wilson. Lee Bryant recognized that GOD had blessed him with a gift to sing unto the Lord and he joined the youth choir. Later his family moved their membership and joined Bible Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Eugene Zeigler. There he was an active member and remained singing praises to GOD’s Holy name in the Male Chorus, Young Adult Choir, and he served as an upcoming musician as well. Finally in 2008, he stepped aboard Goodship Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late, great Reverend Mack Herman Parker, Sr. He continued blessing others with the gift GOD had blessed him and was an active and vibrant member of the Mass Choir, Male Chorus, Praise Team, former Crusader and served as the Minister of Worship.

Lee Bryant was educated in the Montgomery Public School System graduating from George Washington Carver Senior High School May 2009. He furthered his education by receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Faulkner University June 2014. Determined to continue his educational career, he enrolled in the Master’s in Counseling in the fall of 2014.

Lee Bryant joined the United States Air Force Reserve on April 29, 2011. He served faithfully with Maxwell Air Force Base.

Lee Bryant was presented a valley that he had to encounter. He was diagnosed with Lymphoma Cancer on September 11, 2014. By GOD’s grace and mercy, Lee became CANCER FREE on May 8, 2015.

Lee Bryant wrestled with being called into the preaching ministry since 2011 and finally adhered to the calling GOD placed on his life. He was licensed to preach GOD’s Holy Word on June 7, 2015 and ordained on June 7, 2015 by Pastor Derwin Perry.


GOD dispatched his Heavenly Angels to capture the soul of Lee Bryant and bring him home to live eternally on November 18, 2015 at Jackson Hospital.


Lee Bryant Broaden leaves wonderful memories to be cherished: His wonderful mother, Ursula Robinson Broaden; loving brother Herman Lee Broaden Jr.; father Herman Broaden; two nieces whom he loved whole-heartedly, Skylar Nicole Broaden and McKenzie Rhyne Broaden, their mother Shawntae Hill Broaden; a loving grandmother Mary Frances Robinson; devoted loving aunt and uncle Mary and Billy Tolliver; wonderful aunts and uncles Patricia (Archie) Gilder, Herma Williams, Lee (Donalda) Broaden, Sonja Zeigler, Sharon Zeigler, Albert (Lannie) Fraizer, Evelyn (Nathaniel) Bowie, Larry Zeigler, and Larry Broaden. Lee also leaves to cherish his memories a host of uncles, aunts, a devoted and loving cousin, Ashley Eiland, other relatives, cousins and friends. Best friend Phyllise Manuel. Other great friends Robert and Sonja Geeter Family, Clay Street Baptist Church Family, and the entire Goodship Missionary Baptist Church Family. Special thanks to Minister Murphy Green and First Lady.

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Montgomery, AL 36108
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