Edith Marie Brien
1 January, 1926 – 19 February, 2021
Edith Marie Brien, 95, of Orlando, Florida passed away on February 19, 2021. Edith was born in Oxford, Pennsylvania on January 1, 1926. Edith married the love of her life; Joseph Roland Brien in May 1948 and raised nine children together. Edith had a career as a school bus driver and spent 25 years with Good Shepherd Catholic School. She was a member of Winter Park Does, and loved to Garden and Travel as much as possible.
Edith is predeceased by her husband, Joseph, her daughter, Lorraine Rose and her sister, Ruth Brown. Edith is survived by her children, Patricia Waters, Dorothy Gibson, Barbara Morales, Virginia Brien, Thomas Brien, Nancy Hockett, Timothy Brien and Theodore Brien. She also has 15 grandchildren and 9 great-great grandchildren.
A graveside service will take place on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:30pm at Woodlawn Memorial Park. (400 Woodlawn Cemetery Road Gotha FL 34734).
Saturday, 27 February , 2021
Edith Marie Brien
26 February 2021
Thank you for being such a kind and loving Mother, Grandmother, and Mother-In-Law. I am truly thankful that you welcomed me to your family, and blessed that I spent so much of my life in your company and the company of your daughter, Lorraine. I know my daughters will carry with them your spirit of grit, acceptance, humor, and kindness. Forever grateful...
In Loving Memory,
25 February 2021
Aunt Edith was a remarkably strong and wonderful lady. We have so many fond memories of Aunt Edith, Uncle Roland, and all of the cousins coming for visits to the house on Jewett St., as well as family reunions in Auburn. We also visited in Orlando several times, on our honeymoon almost 43 years ago, and other times throughout the years. We always felt so welcomed! Phil even made a trip a few years back, all by himself, and in his wheelchair, and Aunt Edith and family took such good care of him. He so enjoyed that visit, and talked about it for such a long time. Such a wonderful great big family, and such a great matriarch that kept it all together.
She will be greatly remembered and sorely missed.
Love to all,
Mike & Lisa
24 February 2021
A couple of times over the years when our family would travel to Florida, we would stop in at Aunt Edith's. She would always make us feel welcome with her hospitality. She would invite us for lunch and call all nearby relatives, ending up with a house full of people and food!
I miss those memories.
Love to all my cousins.
Dave , Karen ,Tia and Nick (from NH)