Barbara Belinda Bryan-Kee, also affectional known by family as Belinda, was born in Cambridge, Maryland on March 14, 1958, to the late Thomas Nathaniel Bryan and Barbara Jews. She departed this life peacefully on August 17, 2021, at her sister’s home in LaPlata, Maryland at the age of 63.
Barbara was educated the Dorchester County public School System and proud member of graduating Class of 1976. Barbara recently retired from Walmart in Waldorf MD, as a cashier and Customer Service Manager. She worked at various jobs at the Department of Agriculture, Washington DC, Waffle House, Walterboro, South Carolina, Charles County Public School in Waldorf, and Kohls Department Store, Waldorf.
We have lost a special person and she will truly be missed by all her family and friends. We will miss her sense of humor, smile, and calling her friends and co-workers “boy” in greeting. Barbara enjoyed watching the Jerry Springer and Maury shows, which she visited as a member of the studio audience. Her favorite pastime was video chatting with family and friends, watching movies, and Tic Tok well into the night. As many already know, Barbara was an avid "Dallas Cowboy" fan.
She leaves to cherish her memory mother, Barbara Jews-Trader (David) of Salisbury Maryland; a son, Michael Anderson of Demopolis, Alabama: a daughter, Sade Brayn of Los Angeles, California; 4 grandchildren; one brother, Curtis Jews (Pricella) of Appomattox Virgina; two sisters: Thomasine Bryan-Ruffin of LaPlata, Maryland and Kathleen Bryan of White Plains, Maryland; an aunt, Olivia Anderson (George) of Cambridge, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Nathaniel Bryan and sister, Vanessa Jews.
When Tomorrow Starts Without Me
When tomorrow starts without me, and I’m not there to see. If the sun should rise and find your eyes all filled with tears for me, I wish so much you shouldn't cry the way you did today. please try to understand That an angel came and called my name and took me by my hand; the angel said my place was ready, in Heaven far above, and that I’d have to leave behind all those I dearly love. But when I walked through heaven's gate, I felt so much at home, for God looked down and smiled at me and told me “Welcome Home”. So, when tomorrow starts without me don't think we’re far apart, for every time you think of me, I’m right there in your heart.