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Aycock Funeral Home & Hillcrest Memorial Gardens

6026 North US Highway 1, Fort Pierce, FL

OBITUARY

Brunilda "Bee" Landram

22 January, 194514 February, 2020

Brunilda Landram (Bee), 75, went home to be with the lord on February 14, 2020. She died peacefully at her home.

Born in Manhattan, New York on January 22, 1945 , Bee was a long time native of Kentucky before moving to Fort Pierce, Florida in 2019 to be closer to her sister, Emily.

She was a proud veteran of the United States Army and retired in 2005 at the rank of staff sergeant after 24 years of service, also she retired from Bellsouth after 25 years of service. Bee loved to play the organ, loved watching sports, fishing. Bee also had several degrees from several institutes of higher learning.

Bee is survived by her sisters, Emily Hathcock of Fort Pierce, FL, Deloris Decker (Kenny) of Louisville, KY, son Herbert Hibbs of Shepherdsville, KY, daughter Carrie Carrol of Louisville KY, and five grandchildren and two great grandchild and many nieces and nephews. She is reunited in heaven with her husband George Landram, her father William Carpenter, mother Olga Cuyar, brother A Jack Reisser and nephew Cody Mcpherson.

Visitation will be held on Monday, February 17, 2020 from 12:00PM-1:00PM with a service to be held at 1:00PM at Aycock Funeral Home in Fort Pierce. She will be laid to rest at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.

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Ray Patterson

18 February 2020

Bee I'm glad I got to meet you a few years back you may be gone but you will never be forgotten! I'm really gonna miss my friend. Fly high R.I.P. Ray Patterson

Carrie Carroll

17 February 2020

Rest in peace mom. You were the greatest. Iwe will meet again one day. I love you. Your daughter

Sherry Hodges

17 February 2020

I have always loved you and I will miss you growing up you were a great role model. On Sundays you would be ironing you military uniform watching football just a screaming for your team's! God took another angel home 🙏. Sherry Hodges

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY