Stephanie Bryant

Obituary of Stephanie Rae Bryant

Stephanie Rae Bryant passed away of cancer on February 15, 2022, in Olympia, Washington.  She was born June 27, 1968, and was raised Rick and Glenda Bryant in Seattle, Washington.


Stephanie grew up in Seattle, graduated from Highline High School, and then moved to Olympia in 1987.  As a young girl, Stephanie enjoyed horses, and belonged to the 4H Club, showing her horse throughout the year on weekends.  Her fondness of horses was with her throughout her life. 


She and boyfriend, Jason Napoleon, truly loved each other, and enjoyed the love of the outdoors together, taking road trips to Montana, and Dutch oven cooking with friends. Stephanie loved spending time at the beach.  She loved country music, especially Eric Churh, and attending country concerts with her niece, Alyssa Nelson.  She loved going to rodeos and spending time with family, watching the Seahawks and the Huskies.  She also had a favorite NASCAR driver, #48 Jimmie Johnson.


She spent most of her career working for the Washington State Patrol, and was very proud to represent them in everything she did. 


Stephanie had a heart of gold, and gave her time and love to everyone she could!  She will be truly missed by all her friends and family! 


She is survived by her boyfriend, Jason Napoleon; and brother, Brent Bryant of Arlington, Virginia. She was predeceased by her mother, Glenda Bryant (2005); sister, Jennifer Bryant (2012); and father, Rick Bryant (2021).


A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, March 19, 2022, 1:00 p.m. at Littlerock Posse Hall, 5949 Maytown Road SW, Olympia, WA 98512. 


Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.


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