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Brenda Lynn Futrell

8 avril 19608 octobre 2020
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Brenda Lynn Futrell, age 60, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on Thursday, October 8, 2020. Brenda was born April 8, 1960 in Lebanon, Tennessee to Shirley (Gregory) Sircy and Paul Sircy. She enjoyed camping and loved the beach. She dreamed of traveling in an RV and retiring to the beach. Brenda was a nurse at Greenwood Meadows and made sure all her patients and anyone in need had everything they needed, including making sure they had Christmas. She always put others first and loved her children and grandchildren dearly.

Brenda is survived by her children, Richard Futrell (Amanda), Sara Futrell Millette (Justin), and Jared Futrell (Jessica); mother, Shirley (Gregory) Sircy; siblings, Peggy Hodgin (Maury), Teresa Bozarth (Robert), and Angela Coffee; grandchildren; Hunter, Paxton, Asher, Jaxson, Bo, and Raea; and many extended family members and friends, especially from her work as an LPN.

Brenda was preceded in death by her father, Paul Sircy.

Visitation for Brenda will be Friday, October 16, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Little & Sons Funeral Home, 4901 E Stop Eleven Road, Indianapolis, Indiana. Her Funeral Service will be Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 10:00 AM at the funeral home with burial to follow at New Crown Cemetery. Masks, social distancing, and a capacity of 50 guests are required in keeping with CDC recommendations and state mandates.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.littleandsonsindianapolis.com for the Futrell family.

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  • Paul Sircy, Father (deceased)
  • Shirley (Gregory) Sircy, Mother
  • Richard Futrell (Amanda), Son
  • Sara Futrell Millette (Justin), Daughter
  • Jared Futrell (Jessica), Son
  • Peggy Hodgin (Maury), Sister
  • Teresa Bozarth (Robert), Sister
  • Angela Coffee, Sister
  • Hunter, Paxton, Asher, Jaxson, Bo, and Raea, Grandchildren
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  • Visitation

    vendredi, 16 octobre , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 17 octobre , 2020

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Mischelle Bilyeu

octobre 16, 2020

I would just like to say that she was more than a coworker she was a very dear friend. I always knew when I came to work no matter what I was going to be greeted by her beautiful smile. I absolutely am so sorry for your loss. She was an angel here on earth and is now Gods angel!

She will always be in my heart.

Mischelle Bilyeu

Mechel Arthur

octobre 10, 2020

Will absolutely miss her. Absolutely loved working with her at BellTrace. She was one of the sweetest nurses I have worked with. Always helped out and brought snacks and talked to every shift together.

Susan Ellis

octobre 9, 2020

Brenda, Rest in Peace sweet lady. You were a wonderful nurse to Mom, Mary Babbs, when she was at Greenwood Meadows.

Mischelle Bilyeu

octobre 9, 2020

Brenda you were the sweetest person that I have ever known. I considered you a very dear friend and one of the best coworkers I have ever had the pleasure to work with. My dear friend fly high! I love you with everything in me and you will truly be missed!!!!

RIH til we meet again

Love you
Mischelle Bilyeu

Bill Murnahan

octobre 9, 2020

Sweetest woman you could ever meet. Worked with her in Bloomington, always a smile and loved her Southern accent. Heaven gained a beautiful soul. She was always trying to get me to sell her my Mercedes convertible.

Stacey Strunk

octobre 9, 2020

I will always cherish the memories I have with Brenda. Our friendship started at LCRH over 10 years ago and several of us spent our time away from work together in our lake house at Lee's Ford. Some of the happiest moments of my life include her and I'll never forget her.

Regina Harness

octobre 9, 2020

Brenda was one of a kind! She was sweet, funny, and a very dear friend! I will always remember her time at LCRH! She will be greatly missed!

Julie Windsor

octobre 9, 2020

Brenda was one of the sweetest people. I worked at Greenwood Meadows with her. She was a wonderful nurse and would always take the time to do extra things for the residents. Her southern voice and her smile I’ll never forget. She had a heart of gold and would help out anyone even if that meant she was behind on her work. Whenever I needed an iced coffee to stay awake at night Brenda always had something. She always was bringing in snacks for staff and residents. She could tell stories that would make me laugh so hard I would cry. She could lift anyone’s spirits. I’m definitely a better person for knowing her and seeing the way she went above and beyond to help others.

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