Mr. Dasheen Latrell Bryant, affectionately known to many as “Sheen” or “Slim”, was born on January 3, 1979 in Walterboro, South Carolina. He enjoyed life as a child and adult with his parents Kathy Gail and Randy Jenkins along with Lonzo and Robercine Linder. Fond memories were also created with Andrew and the late Carolyn Williams, his father and mother-in law, who adored him as a son. He answered the call of his Savior, Jesus Christ, on Thursday, October 14, 2021, at Colleton Medical Center of Walterboro, South Carolina.
Dasheen was raised in Smoaks, South Carolina and educated in the Public School System of Colleton County. After graduating from Ruffin High School in 1997, at an early age, he began his extensive career in concrete. He was employed with Andrew Williams Concrete Finishing and Marvin Pinckney Construction with a career that had extended over 20 years.
Dasheen was joined in holy matrimony on September 14, 2002, to Angela L. Williams and to this union two sons were born. He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather, who always greeted you with a “Hello fam/cuz” and a warm hug. A man of faith and God, he grew up as a member of Bethel United Methodist Church. Later in life, he became a member of Deep Creek Baptist Church where he worshiped with his family. He also served on the culinary committee at St. Johns Baptist Church.
He is preceded in death by his wonderful grandparents Miriam and Isaiah Bryant who were influential in raising and pouring love into him; uncles, Isaiah Bryant, Jr., and James "Buck” Linder.
He leaves to cherish loving memories with his wife of 19 years, Angela L. Williams Bryant of Islandton, South Carolina; one daughter, Diamond Brown of Walterboro, South Carolina; two sons, DeAndre Bryant and DaQuan Bryant, both of Islandton, South Carolina; one precious granddaughter, Paisley Bryant of Walterboro, South Carolina; three adorable Godchildren, Jariyah Bethea, aka, “Baby Phat”, of Altanta, Georgia, Khristian Chisholm of Lodge, South Carolina and Kelsey Gabrielle Bowers, of Greenpond, South Carolina. Affectionate memories will also live on with his four sisters, Tamarah (Paul) Johnson of Smoaks, South Carolina, Tabitha Jenkins of New York, Breanna Linder of Orangeburg, South Carolina and Adrina (Jamie) Riggins of Spartanburg, South Carolina; five brothers, Terrance (Daja)Jenkins and Reinard Linder both of Orangeburg, South Carolina, Quentin Jenkins, Sharon Jenkins and Brandon Jenkins all of Walterboro, South Carolina; sisters-in-law, Sonya Hamilton of New York, Latoya Joyner of Charleston, South Carolina and Jessica Williams (Moses) Singleton of Atlanta Georgia; aunts, Yvonne (Albert) Smoak of Smoaks, South Carolina, Debbie (Thurman) Bowers of Greenpond, South Carolina, Carolyn (Lionel) Alleyne of Atlanta Georgia, Betty Ann (Marvin) Pinckney, Ruthie (JB) Jenkins, Luvenia Hodges, Rebecca Simmons, Hattie R. Chisolm and Luella Linder all of Smoaks, South Carolina; great aunt, Gertrude Bryant of Columbia, South Carolina; uncles, Harold (Olga) Bryant, James (Clemustine) Linder all of Smoaks, South Carolina, great uncle David Bryant of New York; and a host of loving and caring nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.