December 2nd, 1943 --- May 30th, 2021
Bryant Farrell passed away on May 30th. Bryant was a well respected individual in the Marine Industry, and will be dearly missed. With 48 years in the marine industry, he never met a stranger and always wanted to help
He was born to the late Edward Farrell, Sr. and Doris Farrell on December 2nd, 1943, in Arlington, Tennessee.
Edward Bryant Farrell, Jr., 77 of Cordova, Tennessee passed away on May 30th, 2021. Bryant is survived by his wife of 57 years Phyllis Farrell; his sons, Blake Farrell, Sean Farrell (Victoria); grandchildren, Joey Farrell, Kendra Farrell, Rachel Farrell, Megan Farrell; sister, Judy Simpson (Tony); and his brother, Kenneth Farrell (Miki). He was the President of the Memphis Propeller Club from 1992-1993 , as well as member of the Board of Directors for the National Propeller Club, a former member of Paducah Propeller Club, as well as a former member of the Memphis and Shelby County Port Commission Security Committee. From 1973-85, Bryant worked in Marine Sales for Dickson Diesel Parts in Memphis, Tennessee. From 1986-2003, Bryant was the President and CEO of Memphis Towboat Parts Company, Greenville Marine and Supply, and Paducah Towboat Parts Company. For a brief period, he also worked for Mid-America Engine as well as NREC Power Systems. In 2011, Bryant joined the sales staff at Hilliard Enterprises, Inc. as the Marine Sales Manager. In his 48 years of experience in the marine industry, Bryant was able to help numerous companies and individuals in their times of need, no matter what time of day or night it was and did his absolute best to make sure that his friends kept their vessels moving. Bryant never met a stranger, and always had a story to tell them. Bryant will be dearly missed by his family, friends, coworkers, and all that knew him.
Bryant is survived by his wife of 57 years Phyllis Farrell; his sons, Blake Farrell, Sean Farrell (Victoria); grandchildren, Joey Farrell, Kendra Farrell, Rachel Farrell, Megan Farrell; sister, Judy Simpson (Tony); and his brother, Kenneth Farrell (Miki).
Memorials may be sent to The International Foundation for CDKL5 Research.