- Place of birth:
West Liberty, Kentucky, United States
- Date of passing: Dec 23, 2015
- Place of passing:
Punta Gorda, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Brenda be with us forever|
Brenda Nickell, 61, passed away on Tuesday December 23rd in Punta Gorda, Florida where she had resided for the past 14 years with her husband.
Born in West Liberty, Kentucky, Brenda spent the majority of her life in Middletown, Ohio. A graduate of Middletown High School, Brenda spent many years working inside the home caring for her daughters, nieces, nephews, and many friends’ children along the way. Brenda's warm heart brought comfort to many children in the Madison School District and elders in the surrounding areas. Loved by so many, she will be remembered for her huge heart and warming smile.
Brenda is survived by her husband Fred Nickell, sisters Sandy Ewen and Linda Volk, daughters Ginger Montgomery and Dorothy Ugland, son in laws Matt Montgomery and Aaron Ugland, and grandchildren Joey Montgomery, Luke Montgomery, Lauren Montgomery, Grace Ugland and Tyson Ugland.
Brenda may be kindly remembered at icscremationandfunerals.org and facebook.com/ICSCremationAndFunerals
"Brenda was a loving and caring person to all in her interaction with people Brenda was motherly and always made sure that you were catered to, She was vibrant and fun loving , and always a spark plug in social gatherings , enjoying dancing and singing. I played my guitar many times at their retirement homes and was always joined in her singing. We had many good times and she will be missed. God bless her and her family and friends."
"Brenda was a sweet person who always cared more about someone else being comfortable. She always offered me a pillow when I visited. Brenda had a smile that could change anyone's mood. She was a caring person who loved her family. The grandchildren were who she looked forward to visiting. We will all miss her. Our deepest sympathy to Fred, Ginger, Dorothy and all the family. Friends, Doris and Jack."
"Thank you for always being the sweet friend that you were to me and many others. You will be missed.
My deepest sympathy to the "girls" and Fred."
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