Brenda Barber Obituary, Death – Brenda “Bren Bren” Barber was a loving mother to Jessica Elliott (Jacob), daughter of Bud and Mary Barber, sister to Al (Cathy) and Derek (Lori), and most recently grandmother to Frederick and Sophia Elliott. Brenda was given the nickname “Bren Bren” by her family. She was both the daughter and the granddaughter of Bud and Mary Barber. Her parents were Bud and Mary Barber. The Brendas had a pet name for Brenda that they affectionately called “Bren Bren.” Brenda’s own family had given her that name.
She had only lived for 61 years when she passed away on October 29, 2022, in a manner that was both unexpected and unexpectedly unexpectedly unexpectedly unexpected. Her passing came as a complete and utter surprise to everyone. Whether it was with her family and friends, at the bowling alley, in her trailer, or by the water, Brenda treasured the time she was able to spend with the people who meant the most to her.
Brenda made the most of her life and put in a lot of effort to live each day to the fullest by making the decision in 2008 to fight for an extension of her life. This allowed her to live each day to its absolute maximum potential. Because of this, Brenda was able to make the most of her life and accomplish her objective of living each day to the fullest possible extent. Since then, she has traveled to nine different countries, gone on countless road trips, and amassed memories that will stick with her for the rest of her life.
At the Graham A. Giddy Funeral Home in Fergus on the 5th of November, 2022, from noon until three in the afternoon, there will be a gathering to commemorate the life of Brenda. The event will take place from noon until the afternoon. This gathering is going to take place as a tribute to her. At one o’clock, her daughter will offer a few words in remembrance of Brenda, and then the floor will be opened up to anyone who would like to share their thoughts and feelings about Brenda. Brenda’s daughter will offer a few words in remembrance of Brenda at one o’clock. At one o’clock, Brenda’s daughter will pay tribute to her mother with a few words during the memorial service.