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Brenda Collins-Farmer, 60, Kansas City, Missouri passed away March 8, 2022. She was born November 23, 1961 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Brenda was a manufacturing worker for sixteen years, until her retirement in 2019. She began her career in nursing until 1999. Brenda married Robert Farmer, January 1, 2001 had her only child, Jasmine, in 1996..
She is preceded in death by: mother, Verdena Collins; father, Roosevelt Collins; brother, Roosevelt Collins, Jr and sister, Anita Collins-Perkins. Survivors include: husband, Robert Farmer; daughter, Jasmine Farmer and brother, James Collins.
Jennifer Lyn Collins says
Our hearts are filled with sadness at the loss of you Sis. You were taken from us to soon. I’ll remember your laugh, talks and jokes. Your flying high with the angels now until we see you again. Love you
Robert D Farmer says
I lost my Queen, on March 8th.She was the Love of My Life. I feel so empty without her. I miss her smile, her laughter, her caring, I miss everything about her. She will forever be LOVED BY ME. REST IN POWER, UNTIL I SEE YOU AGAIN. I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH BABY.
Jasmine Farmer says
You became my best friend as i got older; The first person i went to when i was lost and the first i went to with accomplishments. I always wanted to keep you proud. Hope I’m doing okay. I love you mom. Miss you forever. I pray you’re proud!
Mario DePriest says
Words cannot express the impact you’ve had on the ones who’ve had the pleasure of knowing and being around you. R.I.P. you will truly be missed.
Dominic Farmer says
My heartfelt condolences to my Father and Sister. Losing a love one is never easy, especially one that was so close. I’ve known Brenda longer than I can remember. From the beginning she welcomed me with opened arms and was always like a second mom to me and loved me unconditionally. Whenever we were together all we did was laugh. I’m going to miss her infectious smile and just giving her a hug whenever I seen her. Visits to KC just aren’t going to be the same. Rest well Mom. No more pain.
Kayla Branham says
I only got to know her for a short amount of time, but I cherished every moment of it. Thank you for the memories lovely. Condolences to the family and friends. May she rest in peace and may the family know how loved they are in this hard time.
Carmilla Collins says
Aunt Brenda KK, I am so sorry I missed out on more time with you. I will forever be grateful to you for showing me how to love the skin I am in- and like me for me. Your ability to live life without apologies, to love with our limitations, and share a bold belly laugh- that was healing and infectious – will be my favorite ways to remember you. Fly high Auntie kiss grandma for me- until we meet again