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Sharon W. May posted a condolence
Sunday, June 7, 2020
I was so sorry to hear about Brenda's passing. I worked with Brenda at the Milky Way, Troy, Pa. in 1978. She was nicest, kindest, and sweetest girl, and also a wonderful worker. We had many good times together. I have not seen her in 40 years but shall always remember her in my heart. With deepest sympathy, Sharon W. May
Jody Place lit a candle
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Brenda was the most kind and caring person. She had such a gentle soul. When I would run into her at the Elmira airport, I always left with a smile. Rest In Peace Brenda. You will be missed by many.
Jennifer E Chamberlin posted a condolence
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Our deepest sympathies go out to Kevin, Shante, Brittany and the rest of Brenda's family. We grieve with you. You have lost a most precious member of your family. Brenda was a gentle and loving soul, who always put others before herself. Her faith in the Lord was a shining example to everyone she met. Brenda was a positive person - she wasn't one who gossiped or spoke negative words. She was a breath of fresh air! We're so very sorry she passed away. But because of Brenda's faith and the way she lived her life here on earth, we know she's with the Lord Jesus Christ. Scripture tells us, "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." We can't begin to imagine what she's experiencing now! By now she's met Jesus face to face, she's probably walked on streets of gold and met up with other saints who've gone before her. Farewell for now dear sweet Brenda. Rev and Mrs Joseph Chamberlin
Lisa Ross lit a candle
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
I'm still at a loss of words and deeply saddened that we have to say goodbye to Brenda. She was an amazing, loving woman, a fighter and a faithful servant of the Lord. I would be lying if I didn't say that I'm angry that cancer took her from all of us and she and her daughters had to endure those trials that cancer brings with it. The only peace we have is to know that she is rejoicing in heaven now with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and she is renewed, no longer suffering, AMEN. It never feels like we have enough time on this earth but we will see her again, 'til then we will cherish the memories we have made and she will remain in our hearts forever. We love you Bren! 'Til we meet again.
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