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Brenda Ann Garrett

March 9, 1954 — January 2, 2024

Brenda Ann Garrett, known affectionately as Brenda to her friends and family, passed away peacefully on January 2, 2024, at the age of 69, in Easley, South Carolina. Born on March 9, 1954, in Greenville, South Carolina, Brenda was a beacon of love and strength throughout her life.

Brenda was the cherished wife of James Garrett, with whom she shared a beautiful and enduring love. She was born to Amelia Jackson and Walter Kellett, and she carried the legacy of her family with pride and honor. Brenda was predeceased by her brothers and sister Tommy, Mack, Robbie, and Debra Kellett, as well as Peter Vitale. Her spirit will continue to be celebrated by her surviving siblings: Larry Kellett, David Kellett and his wife Ann, Teresa Kellett Edwards and her husband Eric, and Wayne Kellett and his wife Gillan.

A devoted mother, Brenda was adored by her children, Keith Kellett and his wife Sheryl, and Ralph Jennings. Her role as a grandmother was one of her greatest joys, and she was blessed with a host of grandchildren: Brittany Kellett and her spouse Jillian, Keith Kellett Jr. and his wife Anna, Brandi Kellett, Brenda and James Garrett, Tiffany McMorland and her husband Brian, Alicia Johnson and her husband Shy, James Christopher, Blake Jennings, and Justin Dalton Jennings. She was also a proud great-grandmother to Serenity Redding, Bentley Kellett, Braydon Kellett, Baylee Kellett, Camden Kellett, Caleb Cobb, Cart Cobb, Camren Kellett, Skylar Mayes, Sunni Mayes, Jada James, Jason James, Jessiah James, and Jaylen James.

Throughout her life, Brenda embraced the role of a housewife with grace and dedication, creating a warm and welcoming home for all who entered. She was the heart of her family, known for her loving nature, her thoughtful gestures, and her courageous spirit in the face of life's challenges.

Brenda's interests were a reflection of her love for the simple pleasures in life. She had a talent for ceramics, creating beautiful pieces that were as unique and special as she was. Her fondness for shopping at Goodwill was not only a testament to her practicality but also her ability to find joy in the discovery of hidden treasures. Above all, Brenda's favorite pastime was spending time with her family. The bonds she formed with each family member were deep and enduring, filled with cherished moments and lasting memories.

Her involvement in her community, though often behind the scenes, was marked by the same care and attention she gave to her family. Brenda's presence was a quiet yet powerful force, and her absence will be deeply felt by those who knew and loved her.

Brenda Ann Garrett's life was a tapestry woven with the threads of love, kindness, and resilience. As we say goodbye to this remarkable woman, we take solace in the knowledge that her legacy will live on through the lives of her family and all who were fortunate enough to have been touched by her spirit.

The family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the community for the support and compassion shown during this time. Brenda's life will be celebrated in a private ceremony, where her loved ones will gather to honor her memory and the incredible impact she made on each of their lives.

Brenda's journey through life was a testament to the enduring power of love and the strength of family. She will be remembered not only for the life she lived but also for the countless ways she enriched the lives of others. May she rest in peace, knowing she was dearly loved and will be forever missed.
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