Brenda Lee Blunt Brown, age 58 of Savannah, GA transitioned from this life to her heavenly home on Saturday, August 10, 2019.
Born August 15, 1960 in Savannah, she was the oldest of three children born to Annette Johnson Blunt and the late James N. Blunt Sr. Brenda was a devoted mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. If she could help you in anyway, she would. She loved to laugh and she enjoyed life. Even when her body wasn’t acting right (her words) and she was in pain, she would cheer you up. She loved the Lord. Her strength came in having a relationship with Him and serving where she could. She was a member of All People COGIC when she lived in Jacksonville, Fl. and a member of The Seed Church in Savannah, Ga. She graduated from Richard Arnold High School in 1978. She later received her Associate’s Degree in office administration from Draughons Junior College. She has worked at Jacksonville Florida Dental Clinic, Pure Pain Recording Studios and CLM Architecture in Savannah Georgia.
She was preceded in death by her father James N. Blunt Sr. and stepfather Paul Mitchell. She leaves to cherish and celebrate her life, two sons: Kenneth A. (Ronetta) Brown, Jr., and Montrell D. Brown,Sr. Of Jacksonville, Fl; Her mother: Annette Mitchell; one brother: James N. (Barbara) Blunt, Jr., and one sister: Diane Hardwick both of Savannah,Ga; nine grandchildren: Kenneth A. Brown, III, Tenia Johnson, Breanna Brown, Davon Brown, Chandler Brown, Montrell D. Brown, Jr., Montavious Brown, Montez Brown, Marcel Brown, all of Jacksonville, Fl; two nephews: Damani Ayele-Hardwick of Morgantown, Wv and Nadif Ayele-Hardwick of Savannah, Ga; two great-nephews: Nasiah Smart, Nijel Smart of Savannah, Ga one aunt: Sarah F. Phillips of Savannah, Ga; two uncles: Joe C.(Doris), Frank (Freddie Mae) Johnson, all of Savannah, Ga; a host of cousins and friends.
Viewing and Visitation will be Saturday, August 17, 2019 from 1:00 AM to 12:00 PM at The Seed Church. Funeral Services will follow in the Church Sanctuary at 12:00 PM.Print This Obituary & Condolences