Promoting heart health for future generations
"After living overseas for 15-plus years, we are always looking for ways to make contributions to communities in which we, our children, and future grandchildren reside," says Joe Bryant. "We are excited about this opportunity to do what we can to promote heart health for current and future generations."
That says it all.
Joe and Cynthia Bryant have opened their own hearts and made a significant gift to the research programs at the Texas Heart Institute—for now and the future.
Joe grew up in the Midwest and is one of six children. He graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Mechanical Engineering degree. He has worked in the oil industry for 35 years, both in the U.S., and on several foreign assignments.
Cynthia grew up in Oklahoma and graduated with a Business Degree from Oklahoma State University. They have two grown married daughters—one living in Sugar Land and the other in Fort Worth. They are looking forward to the birth of their first grandchild in September.
Congratulations to them on their new role as grandparents, and highest kudos to them for their gracious support.
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