Jenna Rene Brown, age 42, of Greenville, SC, passed away on May 10, 2019 in Bradenton, FL. She was born in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on October 25, 1976. Jenna loved greatly and she was greatly loved.
Blonde hair girl can’t wait to see another stray brought to me.. No room in the inn no room it seems. Your heart so open to all in need. Broken heart you share your soul… Who will listen we all grow old. Sunlight flickers you’ve loved today simple things we miss or say. Walks with one who doesn’t judge loves your strays and feeds your soul. Different road different path the lives you touch forever last. Distant thunder storms brew, darkness cannot contain my love for you. My daughter, my love I miss your heart forever mine is torn apart.. Tears of longing for your smile your laughter, yet silence endures.. I long to hold you one more time and show the world your are mine. The Inn it seems no room inside, strays abandoned and discarded too; you found them and Christ found you.
Same road same Inn different time you are his and you are mine. I love you Jenna.
Surviving family members include her mother, Robin Davis, of Venice; father Timmy Brown of Greenville, SC; sisters Shannon Wilson (Aaron) of Venice and Hannah Brown; brothers Matthew, Joshua, and Gabriel Brown; nephew Isaiah and niece Bryanna Franklin, and many loving aunts, uncles cousins and friends.
Jenna Brown has a large extended family and dozens of friends that love her very much. The immediate family wants to make sure, all who loved and were loved by Jenna are given the opportunity to say goodbye and share their stories; as we celebrate her life. The family has arranged three celebration of life- memorial ceremonies.
Three Pines Freewill Baptist Church, 9933 W. US HWY 60, Olive Hill, KY 41164, (606) 286-1088, will host the first memorial service on Saturday, May 25th at 3pm.
Second Service will be held in Venice, FL on Wednesday, June 26th. Time and location will be confirmed by June 3rd, so please check for updates.
The Third and final ceremony is to release Jenna at The Grand Canyon. It was Jenna’s dream to experience the magnificent beauty of The Grand Canyon with her family. She was excited and giddy, whenever she brought it up. What a fun time it would be taking an RV cross country with her immediate family(which most thought it would be hell). Seeing the sites in different states and tell crazy stories along the way, this was her dream. Unfortunately, it did not become a reality while she was still alive…The Grand Canyon family trip, will take place sometime within the next 12 months.
In lieu of flowers, please take time to pray for her family and friends. If you wish to do more, please consider a donation to help the family cover some of her funeral expense. To share a memory of Jenna or to send a condolence to the family visit www.farleyfuneralhome.com.