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Apr 3, 2013

Name:Brenda Yount
Type:Memorial (for the deceased)
To Honor:Individual(s)
Location:Frankfort, Kentucky United States

Brenda June Yount Died Of Breast Cancer In 1991.  AGE:36  Relationship to me: Grandmother. My Daddy "Mike" was her only child.  Although I was only 4yrs old, I remember us taking walks,having picnics,Laughing,Talking,her talking to herself and me saying "huh" "what" my Mom would tell me "she's just conversating with herself!"  She Faught as Hard as Her Mind and Body could Take.  This among other's is an Ugly Disease.  
   I know she was STRONG and if the knowledge was as fundamental as of today,I beleieve Granny Brenda would still be here with a Smile and Open arms as always!  An ANGEL is what she is.
      I Tribute her courage ,strength,and fullfillment she brought to my time spent. In Loving Memory Always,

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Posted: Wednesday April 3, 2013, 10:56 am
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