Brenda Kay Thomas

Brenda Kay Thomas

May 15, 1959 - May 21, 2010

Brenda Kay Thomas

May 15, 1959 - May 21, 2010


Brenda was born on May 15, 1959 in Cleveland Ohio. She moved to Calif. at the age of 5 with her parents and her sister. The youngest brother joined the family later. The family moved a lot, but stayed mostly in Orange County, CA. She started working at age 18 for Bivar, Inc. first in Santa Ana until the company moved to Irvine. She worked there for approx. 28 yrs. We lost our mom in 2007 and Brenda never fully stopped grieving over her loss.

Brenda my little sis went to be with the Lord and our parents on May 21st, 2010 at 5:20 P.M. She had suffered cardiac arrest on May 17th two days after her 51st birthday and was deprived of oxygen to the brain. She was in a coma for 5 days until she was taken off life support due to lack of brain activity.

Brenda is survived by her older brothers Ken of AZ, Ron of OH, Jerry of CA; her big sis Sandy of CA; three sister-in-laws and a brother-in-law; four nephews, two nieces, their spouses and their children. She is also survived by her Uncle Clifton, Aunt Hazel and Aunt Lucille, many cousins and many friends who loved her dearly. Brenda was a beautiful baby, little girl, young woman and then adult woman. She was also one of the kindest, most generous people we’ve ever known. She will be missed dearly by all that knew her.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the American Heart Assoc. in Brenda’s name or to your favorite charity.

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55 responses to Brenda Kay Thomas

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  1. Our family sends our love and condolences. Brenda will be missed by her friends and we will keep the memories alive…
    God Bless All of you,
    Diane Sheehan Clayton & family

  2. THe love Brenda shared will stay with all of us,Im going to miss you baby sister,You are now in the arms of the lord.

  3. Brenda was a precious cousin – so pretty, smart, and had a sweet demeanor and personality. I’ll always remember her email messages sending hugs and love to my Mom, Hazel Smith, in Oakview Nursing Home in Calvert City, KY really in ‘Possum Trot’ – just a wide place in the road!. I didn’t tell Mom as it’s better she not have any sad news at this time she will be 100 years old on August 29. I did tell her we needed to pray so we prayed together for the Lord’s peace and comfort for each of you, and she would join me in sending condolences, and may our Lord keep His arms around you. Love and hugs to all. Hazel Smith and Rene Irene Smith

  4. Sandy says:

    I still can’t believe my “baby” sister is gone. I love and miss her so much! My heart is breaking. Oh Lord, please take the heartache away..

  5. We love You Brenda. We will one day be reunited.

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