OBITUARY

Erna E Brewer

August 11, 1934June 10, 2021

Erna Elisabeth Brewer was born on August 11, 1934 in East Germany to Emil and Anna Schnalke. She met Leo Brewer in Germany while he was in the Air Force and married him on April 6, 1956. They had two sons and a daughter, Leo, Ken and Annie. Erna never met a stranger and was known to many as “Grandma”. She was an excellent baker and made delicious items including her black cherry torte, cheesecake, cinnamon rolls, banana bread and her traditional German Christmas cookies. Erna was a member of the Red Hatters and Hillside Christian Church where she served in the Nursery. She loved BIG.

She was proceeded in death by her husband, Leo Brewer and a grandson Cody Holliman.

She is survived by her son Leo Brewer and wife Chris, her son Ken Brewer, her daughter Annie Bradley and husband Danny. Her granddaughter Shanna Parks and husband Chuck. Her grandson Corey Holliman and wife Lexy. Her beloved great grandchildren Kaden Parks, Jace Parks and Austin Holliman. Her sisters Ursula and Brigette, her brothers Hansi and Manfred and many nieces and nephews.

Services

18 June

Memorial Service

10:00 am

Hillside Christian Church

6100 S. Soncy Rd.
Amarillo, TX 79119

Memories

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Michele Hester Taylor

June 11, 2021

Don & I are living in Fredericksburg VA now so will not be able to attend service. Clint is an attorney in Washington DC & lives in Fairfax VA with his wife & 18 month old daughter. We all loved Erna . She was such a sweet good hearted lady. Her & mom were such good friends. She watched out for mom so lovingly as mom got older. I’m so thankful mom had her next door. I know you will miss her greatly. She truly put others before herself.

Ken & Sharon Tabor

June 11, 2021

We met Erna through her daughter, Annie, who worked with Ken. We needed a babysitter for our infant daughter, Erin, so I could return to work. We loved Erna from the first moment we met her and asked her to watch our infant daughter and sometimes our 3 year old son, who was her granddaughter, Shanna's age. She was wonderful with our children and a good friend to us. Although we moved away, we have stayed in touch through Christmas cards and she has always held a special place in our hearts. We will always have fond memories of her. She was one in a million. Rest in peace dear Erna.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY