Brandy (Hansen) Brooks and newborn Baby Sara Brooks
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Precious Brandy (Hansen) Brooks and newborn Baby Sara Brooks of Rancho Cucamonga, passed from this world to the arms of the Lord on 09/04/12. Brandy was born on 08/14/1972 to Bob Hansen and Rodonna Hansen-French in Pomona, CA and was married to Aaron Brooks on 6/9/12 in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Baby Sara was born and passed on 09/04/12 in Upland, CA.
Brandy and Sara are survived by Aaron Brooks (Husband/ Father), Zackary St. Onge (Son/Brother), Parents/Grandparents Rodonna French and Danny French and Bob Hansen and Beth Hansen ,Ex-Husband Michael St. Onge Father of Zackary, Aunt Lisa Keepers and her husband Darrell Keepers, Uncle Jon Scott and his wife Penny Scott, Uncle Don Scott and his wife Anna. She is also survived by many loving family members and friends.
Brandy graduated from Bonita High School in 1990. She was the Director of Insurance Billing at CMRE. Her strength, determination, and enduring humor and positivity allowed her to direct a large team with effectiveness and grace.
Despite the brevity of their time with us, Brandy and her much anticipated daughter Sara brought much more than their share of joy and laughter to this world. Brandy will be forever remembered as a loving wife,daughter, mother, family member and friend. Dear Sara will always be remembered as the newest addition to our family who was loved so much even though her stay was so short.
Brandy enjoyed being with family, fun-filled trips to Disneyland, relaxing trips to Lake Havasu, rooting enthusiastically for the New England Patriots, and being Zack's biggest fan at all of his sports and activities. She loved music and took pride in watching her husband Aaron play in his band.
A viewing will be held this evening at Todd Memorial Chapel in Pomona, CA from 5PM to 8PM. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at First Baptist Church in Glendora, CA at 11AM.
Todd Memorial Chapel - Pomona Chapel
570 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767
Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Sept. 11, 2012