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Brandi Niccole Robbins, 36, of Mexico, Missouri, passed away June 24, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. 

Memorial services will be held at Centennial Baptist Church in Mexico, Missouri on July 17, 2021. Visitation will start at 11:00 am with services following at 1:00 pm.  

Brandi was born in Mexico, Missouri on June 18,1985 to parents Cheryl Ahrens and Mark Brower. 
She was a loving mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, and cousin.
She went to Wellsville Middletown R1 School, where she enjoyed playing basketball and home economics with her friends, Paula and Tabitha. She was a Queen contestant at the Old Settlers Picnic, loved sewing and crocheting, and enjoyed doing MMA Cage fighting. She most loved spending time with her loved ones. 

She was preceded in death by her grandpartents, Joseph Russell, Melvin Autrey, and Joe and Esma Brower; Uncle David;and Aunt Sue; and sister-in-law Brittany Chastain Ahrens. 

Brandi is survived by her children, Sasha Robbins of Mexico and Easton Cuno of New Bloomfield Missouri; her mother Cheryl Ahrens of Mexico; stepfather Martin Ahrens of Mexico; her father Mark Brower of Lake of the Ozarks; grandparents Shirley Russell of Wellsville, Isabelle Autrey of Mexico, Liborius Ahrens of Mexico; siblings Joel Brower of Wellsville, Tim (Ashley) Grueninger of Troy, Mo, Tiffany (Caleb) Heether of Columbia, Mo, Kayla (Michael) Varney of Lake of the Ozarks, and Jennifer (Joshua) Farrah of Mexico, Mo; 12 nieces and nephews; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. We all love and miss her dearly. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to her children.

She will always be loved and remembered! 
Posted by allen Summitt on November 16, 2021
So many great times to remember and very few bad but one thing for sure I'll never forget how you saw everything through to the end ....until we meet again homie love you!!!!!
Posted by James Herman on August 20, 2021
I'm been blessed to have had her in my life and I will keep her last wishes on my heart when all she want was me to do better I will do my best. When she was around I never would let her throw in the towel even if she wanted. Her kids we're always on her mind. Times that she was none stop over loading her mind cause she hurt been away from them.. Now I know she watching over the people who she loved most tattooed above her gloves. I'm going to be having a BBQ/ fund raiser some time next summer in Independence and may have one in Mexico City. I'm going to be putting the money on a CD for when they turn 18. If anyone is interested in planning my number is 816-965-7714.take it One day that a time

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Posted by allen Summitt on November 16, 2021
So many great times to remember and very few bad but one thing for sure I'll never forget how you saw everything through to the end ....until we meet again homie love you!!!!!
Posted by James Herman on August 20, 2021
I'm been blessed to have had her in my life and I will keep her last wishes on my heart when all she want was me to do better I will do my best. When she was around I never would let her throw in the towel even if she wanted. Her kids we're always on her mind. Times that she was none stop over loading her mind cause she hurt been away from them.. Now I know she watching over the people who she loved most tattooed above her gloves. I'm going to be having a BBQ/ fund raiser some time next summer in Independence and may have one in Mexico City. I'm going to be putting the money on a CD for when they turn 18. If anyone is interested in planning my number is 816-965-7714.take it One day that a time
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Shared by Timothy Grueninger on July 10, 2021
My sister was definitely one of a kind. I remember sitting on the couch with her watching movies, pestering her and her friends when they were over. Always getting kicked out of the room, till one day Brandi and her friends invited me in. I should of known I was in trouble. When I walked out of there I was covered in makeup, dress, and a stuffed bra. So many memories are flashing through now that she's gone. So hard to belive. As kids you think you will always have grandparents, parents, brothers, and sisters forever. Never did I think I'd lose my sister. 

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Shared by Jared Owen on December 12, 2021
Im sorry i just found out about this how did brand pass?