Dear Sweet Analisa,
I'm so very sorry to read the passing of your beautiful mother; I kept you when you were 2 yrs old and Molly at the Mothergoose Daycare! I so love you and your Mother; She was a wonderful person and I know you must be hurting. I'm praying for you that the Lord may give you comfort at this time. I bet you are so beautiful just like her. I know she loved you so very much. I remember your beautiful eyes! In Christ Love, Rhonda (Selby) Ruff
Brenda was an amzing woman. She could light up a room with her laughter and funny stories. Just thinking about her brings a smile to my face. Analisa, I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Your mother was a very devoted mother and I am sure that she was equally a devoted grandparent. I always enjoyed being around her. She had a great sense of humor.
Tom & Anne Anderson (Brad's parents)
Brenda was the chemo nurse for my sister-in-law, Sylvia Tullius, as she battled breast cancer for ten years. There's nothing funny about chemo but Brenda made each visit hysterically entertaining. She was the encouraging confidant that allowed Syvlia to be with us for that time. Her job was tough and I absolutely hate that she was diagnosed with the disease that she helped so many people gracefully endure. I hope there was a "Brenda" in her life as she made her journey through her illness.
I had the honor of working with Brenda as a Nursing Assistant at Norman Regional (1992-1995) when I was considering a nursing career. Brenda was an absolute treasure as a nurse-caring, funny and one of the best nurses I had ever seen. She inspired me to become a nurse; she taught me so much! It took exactly 20 years to become an RN and every day on that journey I thought of Brenda and that great group with manager Pat Tobin. I wanted to be like them...the very best. God took our angel back this week. My heart and prayers go to her beloved Analisa and family. Diane M. Zellner, MSN, RN