Precious Brenda, I cannot tell you how much I miss you. Today I went to the gazebo where we spent alot of time together. I cried and smiled as a beautiful breeze filled the air. I cant wait to see you again and spend eternity with you. Till then rest with the Angel’s. I Love You.
Fly high beautiful, just know that even on my bad days you were always encouraging and sweet to me and made me feel better when i walked in to a bad day at work.Thank you for always loving me and your grandog Ricee, if only i could turn back the hands of time i would wish i hadnt moved out of my own place so you could see her alot more, but we will never forget you now rest your sweet soul baby, i know how tired you were.Goodbye friend but not forever!!
Love you so much my precious sister. I wish you were here with me. ❤️❤️❤️
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Brenda Jean Bailey, 62, went home to be with the Lord on September 1, 2020. She was born on October 23, 1957 to Robert and Lorraine Bailey in Evansville, Indiana.
Brenda was such a kindhearted and loving woman. She would always help anyone in need. Brenda was a devout Christian woman and had a very strong faith. She loved her family and friends. Brenda was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church in Henderson, Kentucky.
Brenda is survived by her mother Lorraine Bailey; her sisters Debra (A.Y. II) Stanley, Lorna (Steve) Franke, and Sherry (Brian) Stone; her nieces Angela Reisinger, Kimberly Reisinger, and Melisa (Mike) Pace; her great-niece Emma Liley; her great-nephew Casey Pace; her grandson Patrique; and the many people she cared for including her best friend Ladonna Cox.
Brenda was preceded in death by her father Robert Bailey.
Private family services will be held at a later time.
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