OBITUARY

Scarlette "Dickie" D. Branham

May 5, 1941September 30, 2020

Scarlette Dawn Branham “Dickie” age 79 of Albion Passed away Wednesday, September 30, 2020. She was born May 5, 1941 in Kimball, West Virginia the daughter of Kelly James and Nell Izora (Anthony) Young and they preceded her in death. She is also preceded in death by her husband, William T. Branham in 1973 after 14 years of marriage, 2 brothers, Thurl Young, James Young and sister, Mabel Lynn Colon. Scarlette was a lifelong member of Christ Apostolic Church. She loved fishing, making quilts, was a grandma to every kid she met and was known for her wonderful peanut brittle. She will be deeply missed. Scarlette is survived by her children: Brenda Brown, Kellie Baker, David (Monica) Branham and Joseph Branham, 7 grandchildren: Donald Murray, Darrell Murray, Caleb Baker, Alexandra Baker, Savannah (Lane) Bloom, Mona Branham, Cole Branham and siblings: Neil Young, Syble Hackworth and Cathy (David) Elkins. Scarlette’s family will celebrate her life on Saturday, October 3, 2020 with viewing beginning at 12PM until the time of her service at 1PM at J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home, 811 Finley Dr., Albion with Pastor David Trammell officiating. She will be laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery, Albion. Memorial contributions may be made to Christ Apostolic Church. To leave online messages of condolence, please visit www.kevintiddfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 3, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 3, 2020

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Karen Zimmermsn

October 9, 2020

Aunt Dickie was an Amazing woman. She was always ready with arms open wide, to give you a big hug if she thought you needed one. Or to help you in many other ways financially or spiritually. She Loved Life and she Loved God !
She will be missed here but
God in Heaven will enjoy having such an Amazing Angel !!

Luther Hunt

October 3, 2020

What a Heart wrenching loss of such a beautiful soul. Dickie was a Mother, Grandmother, Sister to so many over the years. She was witty and funny and always made me my Buckeye Candies, Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies and Peanut Butter Pinwheels. she was a Master of Talent in many area's and would give you the shirt right off her back if she thought you needed it. But one thing you'd better never do was mistake her kindness for weakness, especially when it came to those she loved or her loved ones, She is loved and will be missed by many! I know she was happy to meet her Mama, Sister and Brother once again. What a Glorious Celebration going on in Heaven today. It is not the end of her story, it is a chapter that will continue for all eternity. We sorrow for our Loss, but I know all of heaven rejoices. Our Deepest Sympathies and love to the family. Thoughts and Payers will continue in the days and weeks and months to come. We love you all!!


Andrew Zebolsky

October 3, 2020

I can always remember the hugs, and an almost whispered “I love my boy” when I saw her. Even my daughter remembers the little gifts, and the hugs. Grandma Dickie will never be forgotten.

Marcia Ballestero

October 3, 2020

We will miss Sis. Dickie from her good faithfulness at church. Always so warm and friendly with a sweet smile.
She raised her children to serve the Lord and to serve and help others. She gave of her time and energy to help Serve the church. She would make quilts for us and our children as a keepsake. Condolences to the Family.

Melinda strouss

October 3, 2020

Sis Dickie was a great lady, loved the lord. She loved helping others. Dickie was faithful . Always had a smile and always had a hug for me, no matter where she seen me. Dickie loved making peanut brittle and her little apple pie's. I will miss her for she will always hold a special place in my heart! She's gained her wings, go rest high sis. Dickie. Ly Melinda

Sonna .

October 2, 2020

I’m thankful for the life of this precious elder, Sis. Dickie! She was so kind to me when I would see her at church. I also remember in years past being in the same room with her making peanut brittle. She was such a sweet lady and made me feel loved!

I’m praying for the friends and family!
God Bless you all!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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