Brenda Neudecker

Brenda Neudecker

May 18, 1952 - December 14, 2013

Brenda Neudecker

May 18, 1952 - December 14, 2013


Neudecker, Brenda Kay, of Laguna Hills passed away on December 14, 2013. She was 61 years old. She is survived by her husband Phillip, daughters Lori Hodgson, Katrina Misustin and Emily all of Orange County and two step daughters, Melissa Leastman and Lori Tos of Wichita, Kansas, along with eight wonderful grandchildren. Her mother, Barbara Suter, brother Kenneth Suter and sister Candace Silverthorn all of Lafayette, Indiana. Brenda was a homemaker who loved life and her family and will be dearly missed. Services will be held at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills on Thursday, December 19th at 1 PM. Flowers may be sent to the mortuary.

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3 responses to Brenda Neudecker

  1. Wayne Dickie says:


    Roseanna, Ryan and I want to express our deepest sympathy to you and the girls. Brenda was a genuine, sweet, and gracious person and we will forever be grateful that we were blessed to know her.

    Eternal rest grant unto her Oh Lord and let Your Perpetual Light shine upon her. May she rest in peace, and may all of us who mourn her passing be comforted by Your Love.

    Wayne, Roseanna & Ryan Dickie

  2. alice wong says:

    Even though I’ve know Brenda for only a little over a year in our women’s Bible study, she has touched my heart in a special way. She was always so positive, so strong in her faith & never complained. She comforted me & prayed for my sister when she was diagnosed with cancer. I’m glad I was able to spend one special afternoon with her. I know I will see her again & spend many more special times with her in heaven.

    We will miss her at Bible study.

    Praying for our Heavenly Father to give the whole family comfort at this difficult time,
    Alice Wong

  3. I had the pleasure of meeting Brenda through the Women’s Bible Study at Coast Hills Church last September. She demonstrated such a beautiful, warm spirit of strength, hope, and perseverance, and she made me feel so welcomed to our small group. After getting to know her more and hearing about the battle she had fought for so long, Brenda’s deep faith and courage were a true inspiration to everyone in our group. She spoke so lovingly and happily of each of her family members, and the loss of such a gracious and beautiful woman will be missed very deeply. May God bless and comfort you all with His peace in the days ahead.

    Love in Christ,
    Kathy DeLucio

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