“Praying for God's strength and live to continue to keep the family. Mrs. Kearse truly cared about her scholars and loved them. She touched my children and taught me to fight for their education and never back down. She will be missed here but is in a glorious place now! We love you! Josiah Williams and Jaylynne Williams
“So sad to hear this news. May you rest in peace knowing all the lives you touched as a teacher and a friend.
“I am so sorry I just received the news-there are no words we had so many great years teaching together-may she rest in peace.
“Rest in peace my friend, you will truly be missed. To the family, may God grant you comfort and peace in your loss. Brenda was the most wonderful, compassionate and beautiful person I had the pleasure of knowing. What a joy to have known Brenda. Continued blessing to you.
“I don't have the words to express how much I respected and loved Brenda. She was a co-worker, a mentor, but most importantly, a friend. She will always hold a special place in my heart.
“Rest in peace Brenda. Our prayers and thoughts are with the Kearse family. "God will tenderly comfort you..." The Jordan sister's, EJCampbell and HJHolder.
“Hugs and prayers to family and friends. We have never met a more dedicated educator, or anyone that loved their work more than Mrs. Brenda Kearse. She absolutely touched her students & parents and we loved her right away. What a wonderful, wonderful person! Her family should be so proud, she is a true hero to everyone who knew her.
“To the Kearse
God has a another beautiful angle in his kingdom. Rest in Peace Brenda
“Rest in Peace Brenda. You will always hold a place in my heart as a very AMAZING lady. Special prayers for your family.
KEARSE, Brenda Graham, beloved wife, mother, sister, grand-mother, friend and educator to all, was called home on Monday, October 28, 2013. Brenda was born in Gainesville, Florida, on February 1, 1953. She was the daughter of Ben and Clara Graham of Haines City, Florida. She was married to Paul...Read More