Jenna Rene Brown

October 25, 1976 - May 10, 2019
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Obituary

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 Saturday, June 15th at Caspersen Beach (1st parking lot on the left) 4100 Harbor Drive, Venice, FL 34285.  A Candlelight vigil will be held at sunset.  Far additional information, please contact Shannon Wilson at 941-468-1646.
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.

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Service Schedule

Service Information

Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019

Time: 7:00 pm


 

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Timeline for Jenna Rene Brown

Born: October 25, 1976
 
May 24, 2014
Beach Time w Bry
Beach Time w Bry
 
December 13, 2014
Sissy’s Wonderful Wedding
Sissy’s Wonderful Wedding
 
December 13, 2014
Sissy Made Me Maid of Honor
Sissy Made Me Maid of Honor
 
December 13, 2014
My Family
My Family
 
May 2, 2015
I Love You Two The Moon and Back
I Love You Two The Moon and Back
 
May 25, 2015
My Loves
My Loves
 
July 4, 2016
July 4th with my favorite niece.
July 4th with my favorite niece.
 
December 13, 2014
The wedding
The wedding
 
April 2, 2015
My life
My life
 
June 10, 2014
My heart
My heart
 
November 26, 2003
Daddy and brother Josh
Daddy and brother Josh
 
December 1, 1979
Me with big sissy- I was only 3
Me with big sissy- I was only 3
 
December 1, 1978
When I was 2, I was super silly.
When I was 2, I was super silly.
Died: May 10, 2019

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Shannon posted on 7/8/19

Love you sissy

 

T posted on 5/25/19

In memory of Jenna Rene Brown, T lit a candle

 

T posted on 5/25/19

Jenna, you were such a kind person, your heart so big. I remember you calling your Sissy ever day, all the love you had with your immediate family. Your silliness when you would say it was your bday to get free slurpees, and dancing when we drove. Prayers for your family to handle the worst loss imaginable!

 

Amanda Waldrop posted on 5/24/19

So many memories with you, my dear friend. Remeber when we had to be at Autozone super early for Black Friday? We were the only ones there, and Sears didnt even call us for anything! Lol We tried to sleep. I was on the floor, and you pushed two metal carts together. Lol it was so uncomfortable. I dont even know how you laid on those things. Remember how we used to sing that sing to Lee to drive her crazy? "I dont know much...but I know I love youuuuuu" She would yell at us from across the store. We had so much fun. I wish so much I could reminisce over these memories with you. Remember how I drive your Jag over to the post office for April Fool's day? You went outside and just threw your hands up in the air, and Lee came running out to tell you it was a joke. You did not laugh, lol You were always there to tell me when I was being stupid, and you never let me settle for anything less than better. You have always been the standard for a good friend...you raised the bar I set for myself. It has been an honor and a privilege to know you and be your friend. I will honor you by doing the same for others. Rest easy, and until we meet again...I will keep you in my heart. No more pain, no more worries.

 

Nikki Phillips. posted on 5/24/19

May there be comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten. My heart is with you all. Fly high Jenna!!!

 

Diana Cunningham posted on 5/23/19

Im so sorry for the loss of Jenna! My thoughts and prayers go out to the Family and friends. May you Rest in Peace Jenna!!

 

Aaron posted on 5/23/19

Jenna May this candle help light your path as you walk to heaven. I love you.

 

Taylor Young posted on 5/22/19

Jenna, Over fifteen years ago you came into my life with open arms. I always looked up to you like an aunt, a big sister, and mother. Little did I know, you would become so much more than that. Without you, I would’ve never received my first job. Without you, I would’ve never passed my permit and driving tests. Without you, I would’ve never been able to truly come out of my loving and hyperactive shell with trust in others. When I needed someone to teach and motivate me, I never had the time to ask or question my own abilities before you told me I could... and should. I dropped out of school at such a young age (due to some unfortunate circumstances) and you always pushed me to want the life that I deserved. I have three and a half more years until I become a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD in Forensic Psychology; because of you, I will continue to reach for the stars. When you moved away, it broke my heart, but I never thought I would have to say my final goodbye so soon. I wish the world could view you from my lense and see the amazing person that you were and will always be to me. I never knew how much I needed a person until the day you left this earth. You will always be my best friend and I hope you know that is the hardest thing that I have ever wrote- as I sat and reminisced about the times we had until my tears began burning my cheeks. -Until next time, Jenbean I’ll love you forever and always, Meme

 

Shannon posted on 5/22/19

May God light the way...

 

Shannon posted on 5/21/19

Jenna your love for humanity and nature was one that most of us could not understand. You cared for the broken hearted and the abandoned...You would give all that you had for a stranger in need, jeopardized your life countless times to help someone with a broke down vehicle on the highway, and would drop everything for a hurt animal.. You tried so hard to save and protect all those around you, instead of taking care of your own needs. You will forever be remembered and always loved. My heart breaks for our family, especially our parents- the void that you leave behind, can never be filled. I pray that in your last breaths you knew you were loved, not just by Jesus, but by all those around. No one can ever replace, the piece of our hearts that died on a Friday... I love you Jenna more than words could ever say. I hope you are resting in peace, no more suffering and no more shame, no more sorrow with no more pain...may your tears be replaced by giggles and sorrow replaced with joy. I love you Jenna, YOU will always be the other part of me that I never fully got to enjoy... Sissy

 

Rosie Holbrook posted on 5/20/19

So sorry for your loss, prayers for family and friends🙏💕💕.

 

Rosie Holbrook posted on 5/20/19

In memory of Jenna Rene Brown, Rosie Holbrook lit a candle

 

jz posted on 5/19/19

So much I could write. I remember the first time you came to my apartment and I cooked you meatloaf. That was the first time I had ever cooked meatloaf and I'm sure you knew. My mama had walked me through it over the phone that evening. You ate it anyway. Your heart was so big and you loved so fiercely. I am grateful to have been loved by you and to have loved you. Your smile could light up the darkest room. You helped a 24 year old me learn to be a little more patient, be a little less selfish, and to be less naive (gonna be honest here, ha). I remember traveling to KY, snow tubing, Japanese for Isaiah's birthday, taking Bry to the zoo... I remember every little thing. They're burned into my mind. My favorite memories were me simply coming up to Auto Zone with lunch and listening to you do your thing (making sales to your customers) and us just chatting. Rest in Peace, sweet friend. <3

 

Ann Werner posted on 5/18/19

Robin, I'm so sorry for you and Shannon. I do know that you will make it through this heavy time because I know the strength of your faith. Go ahead, lean on it!

 

Charlene Bryant posted on 5/17/19

So sorry prayers for your comfort

 

Ashley Wall posted on 5/17/19

Charity waking up on Christmas morning with us & your mom bringing in all her gifts. Fun times at Chief's with Chris. Your heart was kind and you will be missed.

 

Robin Davis posted on 5/17/19

Jenna mommy loves you

 

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