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In Loving Memory

Brenda Sue Boyd Blair

September 16, 1943 – April 18, 2020

Brenda Sue Boyd Blair, 76, of Friendswood, TX entered her heavenly home on Saturday, April 18, 2020 after a valiant battle with ALS.  Her devotion to her family, friends and her firm belief in God supported her in her struggle and ultimately gave her peace.

She was born September 16, 1943 to Gene Boyd and Ruby Rogers Boyd in Fort Worth, TX.  Brenda was a graduate of Wichita Falls High School in 1961.  She and her fellow graduates have continued to gather throughout the years.  She attended Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, TX and nursing schools in Wichita Falls and Fort Worth, TX.    Brenda began her career as a nurse anesthetist and owned a health screening company for 30 years.

Known as Aunt B to nieces, nephews, and their friends; she took great pride and joy in co-grand parenting, with her sister, and the children of her nieces, Melissa North and Kelly Hougen both of San Antonio, TX.

Brenda was preceded in death by her husband of 37 years, Harold Blair, and her parents.

She leaves behind her sister Vicki Russell of San Antonio, TX, brother Brad Boyd and wife Sylvia of Katy, TX, brother-in-law, Jerry Blair of Smithville, TX and sister in law, Marilyn Blair of San Antonio, TX, stepdaughters, Rachael Petro, Dlorah Waite both of Seabrook, TX and Charlott Flex of Houston, TX, stepson, Daman Blair of Houston, TX and 7 step-grandchildren.  Brenda will also be forever remembered by her numerous nieces, nephews and extended family and dear friends.  She also leaves behind her 2 precious yorkies that she dearly loved.

She touched many lives and will be greatly missed.

Due to current circumstances with the CDC regulations during this Covid-19 pandemic, services are pending at this time.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the ALS Society at www.alsa.org.

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10 thoughts on “Brenda Sue Boyd Blair”

  1. Our sincere condolences to her family at this time. Sounds like she lived a great life and will be missed by many. May the memories made together and the knowledge that one day you will be reunited with her ease your loss at this time.πŸ™πŸΌπŸ’

    Shirley and Scott Johnson

    1. Janie Lindsey Grimes

      Please accept my condolences on the loss of your beloved Brenda. She was a classmate of mine from Old High 1961. She will be missed by all of us who knew her.
      Janie Lindsey Grimes

  2. Our most sincere sympathy during this time of your loss of the ever so kind and lovely Brenda.
    Always a pleasant lady with a most lovely smile.
    You are a missed love in our lives.
    Isabel Solis adding,
    Laurence B. Neuhaus, Pete J. Fucik, Juan Rodriguez and J. Mark Jacob.

  3. Brenda was a very special person. Always kind and inclusive of everyone. I was lucky enough to be close to her and her family during our 9th grade together, and later on through high school. You are missed dearly.

  4. Karen Anderson

    Brenda was a shining light that radiated joy and love.
    We will always remember her generous spirit , loyal friendship and sense of humor .
    Sincere condolences to Vicki and Brad and all of Brenda's family.
    Find Peace in knowing she is in the Lord's care.
    Karen and Bob Anderson

  5. Cheryl Conley Hennan

    Brenda was someone that just had a sweet smile. I was her little sister's friend when we were in high school. I remember thinking how cool and pretty she was. I admired her so much. She did so much with her life. And was good to everyone around her.

  6. Dave and Dotty Hougen

    My heart goes out to Brenda's family. I know this time has been very hard for all of you. "Aunt B" was so loved by her sister Vicki and her nieces Melissa and Kelly. I know she is finally at peace and is in a special place in Heaven where the angels sing to her, and Jesus can wrap his loving arms around her.

  7. Brenda,
    I am glad you are home but I will pray for the loss your family is feeling. You were always a special caregiver and now you have the best Caregiver in the universe. I feel blessed that I was your friend.

  8. Sweet, encouraging, and contagious love, my friend Brenda. You would light up anywhere we'd be; training, walking Maggie and even as we help with a Middle School presentation with Alec. Together, we couldn't stop smiling. We shared in the importance to share love and devotion to humans and to puppies. We built our friendship on calls of encouragement and sincere check-ins over dog training and then valued friendship. Oh, it felt like we had known each other for a long time, even the day we met. Heaven gained a soul on fire for the Lord in you and now you're with Harold. I know you're healed loss is being felt in your family and friends. Your family was so blessed by you; and I was too. May God continue to hold your family's hearts near and provide peace and strength. May you be forever remembered in the many ways you captured our love. Glorify with the angels, Brenda!

  9. So sorry to hear about Brenda's passing. She was a nice lady. We shared the love of yorkies . She will be missed.

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