Ellen Lydia Brasunas

Brasunas, Ellen Lydia

Ellen died from Covid, 3 days after turning 96. She is survived by her children Anne Buzzard, Kay Pearlstein, Jim Brasunas; 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She was a family therapist and wonderful friend. She loved her life and spread that love to everyone she encountered.

Services: Ethical Society, virtual, January 9, 2021


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Published by St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Dec. 1, 2020.
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Ellen was a kind person with a ready smile. Her lack of judgment was refreshing. I´ll miss her loving warmth at the Ethical Society. She inspired so many of us!
Trish Cowan
January 6, 2021
I have been a client of Ellen´s since 1982. Ellen saved my life. She was warm, caring, loving and sure had a way of turning the struggles of life into positives. We were to have lunch on November 21. She loved the baguette bread and butter and chocolate cookies from Bread Company. I miss and pray for her daily. Rest In Peace my living friend!
Colleen
December 21, 2020
Ellen welcomed me into the Singer Senior Connections program with a warmth and intimacy that stemmed from our shared experiences of living as older single women after being widowed too soon. I will always treasure her insights and her caring relational gifts.
Elsie McGrath
December 13, 2020
Ellen was first my therapist and then my friend for 30 years. She was a giver and helped me find tools to change my life, for that I will be forever grateful.
Marsha Dale
December 9, 2020
Ellen was Tracy's longtime therapist as well as a presenter at multiple Green Tree Lodge Recovery events through the Singer Institute when I volunteered there regularly back in the 1990's. I am sure that she had a very positive impact on many many lives and we are proud to know that we were among that group.
Stephen & Tracy Jones
December 7, 2020
I knew Ellen through Senior Connections. She was a beautiful, inspirational person. My condolences to her many loved ones.
Lynn Goode
December 6, 2020
Ellen was an inspiring and amazing role model and a remarkable and dear friend. I learned so much from her through the years. I will dearly miss our Tuesday night Scrabble games, and forever hold those memories in my heart.
Pat Balke
December 1, 2020
Grandma Ellen was a wonderful friend and a very inspiring and classic lady. She will be missed dearly.
Jing
December 1, 2020
A lovely person who inspired a lot of us.
Keith Roper
December 1, 2020