Services for Brenda Kay Miller were held on Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Myatt-Laverne Funeral Chapel in Laverne, OK. Burial followed in the Laverne Cemetery.
Brenda Kay Brinson was born in Laverne, Oklahoma on July 9, 1962 to Dwain Jay and Karen (Easterday) Brinson and passed away on June 9, 2014 at the age of 51. She grew up in Laverne and graduated high school there.
After graduation, she had various jobs including waiting tables, working for Wal-Mart and the Dollar Store besides taking care of her home and family.
Brenda loved to fish and enjoyed going to the casinos. Her greatest joy was found in her kids and grandkids.
Brenda attended the Baptist Church in Wichita.
Survivors include her mother, Karen (Bob) Klein of Hanston, KS; her children, Zach (Ashley) Shearmire of Fargo, OK, Paige Shearmire of Wichita, KS and Seth Smith of Wichita, KS; her grandchildren, Anna, Kaytlyn, Landon, Aubrey, Camron and Caden; brothers, Cliff Brinson of Laverne, OK, Jonathan Brinson of Lake Charles, LA and Mark Brinson of Jasper, GA; sister, Mary Jane Pope of Laverne, OK; Mark Smith; and special friend Fred Caruthers; nieces, nephews and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her maternal and paternal grandparents and her father.
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