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Edward Joseph Brenner

Jan 25, 1929 - Sep 20, 2019 (Age 90)

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Our condolences to Aunt Judy, and to Cousins Greg, Judy, and Cindy. Uncle Eddy will be greatly missed. I have many great memories from visiting everyone. Love to you all.

Dear Judy and Family,
Harold and I send our condolences.
Ed was such a sweet and caring man. We can only imagine how much he will be missed by all of you. May God send his blessings to you for strength.
Harold and Debbie Walters

Judy, you and Ed were wonderful neighbors for 20 years. We have many great memories of our children growing up together.

Ed was a wonderful neighbor and friend. He will be sadly missed by all of his neighbors. Our sincere condolences to our dear friend Judy, and all of his children and family. You are in our prayers.

My condolences to my aunt Jury and my cousins Greg, Judy and Cindy. A big hug from Mexico City.

Ed was my father in law for nearly 10 years. He was always kind to me even though I never really gave him good reason to. He will be missed


Edward's Obituaries

Lee’s Summit, Missouri

Edward Joseph Brenner, age 90, died Friday, September 20, 2019.

Mr. Brenner is a veteran of the Korean War for which he was awarded the Purple Heart. He grew up in Kansas City, KS, the third child and son out of seven siblings. He enjoyed reading, completing crossword puzzles in ink, and spending time with his family.

He was preceded in death by both parents, his brothers, Frank, Bernie, and Larry, his sister Rose and his beloved daughter, Katherine Rose.

Mr. Brenner is survived by his wife, Judith, his sisters Florence Bernard and Mary Morrison, and 6 children: Edward, Jr., Michael (Rhonda), Christine Weldon, Gregory (Brittany), Judith Maryanne (Mark), and Cynthia (Nicholas). He also leaves behind 8 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Rosary will be prayed at 9:30 am on Monday, September 23 at Our Lady of Presentation Catholic Church, 130 NW Murray Rd., LSMO 64081 with Mass at 11 a.m.  Burial in Lee’s Summit Historical Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to St. Jude’s Hospital.


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