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Memphis Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

3700 North Germantown Parkway, Bartlett, TN

OBITUARY

Brennan Wilson Tucker

December 20, 1996May 17, 2020
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Brennan Wilson Tucker, age 23, of Piperton, Tennessee passed away on Sunday May 17, 2020. Brennan was born December 20, 1996 in Memphis, TN. He was a graduate of Evangelical Christian School, attended the University of Memphis and William R. Moore Technology School. While Brennan was attending ECS he participated in varsity football and baseball. He was an artistic welder working for Collierville Custom Fence Company. Brennan was a member of Hope Presbyterian Church.

He was preceded in death by his father Kenneth David Tucker. Brennan is survived by his mother, Jennifer Wilson Carlson and her husband Jay, his brother, Justin Carlson and his wife Rachael and their two sons, his sister, McKenzie Neds and her husband Will and their daughter, his grandparents, Ray Wilson and his wife Patsy, Kenneth Tucker and his wife Carol, Ron Carlson and his wife Ann, and a host of loving family members and friends.

Due to covid19 restrictions there will be a private graveside service at 2pm, on Friday, May 22, 2020. You are invited to view the service with live streaming on the Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens Facebook page, at 2pm on Friday, May 22, 2020.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to the Mid-South Food Bank in honor of Brennan's memory.

Brennan will be missed for his contagious smile and warmhearted personality.

  • FAMILY

  • Kenneth David Tucker, Father (deceased)
  • Jennifer Wilson Carlson (Jay), Mother
  • Justin Carlson (Rachel), Brother
  • McKenzie Neds (Will), Sister
  • Ray Wilson (Patsy), Grandparents
  • Kenneth Tucker (Carol), Grandparents
  • Ron Carlson (Ann), Grandparents
  • Two (2), Nephews
  • One (1), Niece
  • Mr. Tucker also leaves a host of loving family members and friends to cherish his memory.

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  • DONATIONS

  • Mid-South Food Bank

Services

  • Graveside Service Live Stream

    Friday, May 22, 2020

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Memories

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Frances Anita Aguirre

May 31, 2020

I got to meet Brennan for the first time when my aunt Katheleen passed away. I met his dad several times when I visited my aunt Katheleen His dad always came to see if his grandmother needed anything. He was such a caring person and Brennan was just like him. My prayers go out to his family, I know this is tragic because he was so young and such a great person.

James and Wanda Price

May 28, 2020

Jennifer, we have never had the privilege of meeting you or Brennan. During the past twenty years your parents, Ray and Patsy have been Bellevue Baptist Church friends. We have shared many happy memories concerning our families.
We have also walked through the dark black tunnel when our precious daughter, Penny and our precious granddaughter, Hayley died within two years of each other.
Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit comforted us through the darkest period of our lives. We could feel His loving arms supporting us when we were too weak to walk. Jesus has healed the hole in our hearts those two times. He has given us peace and acceptance.
During this difficult time we extend our sincere sympathy and prayers to your entire family.

Michael Montgomery

May 27, 2020

Brennan Tucker - a name that is synonymous with honesty and laughter, a name that will always bring a smile to my face, and a legacy that shall live on.

Brennan was the guy you wanted to sit with at the lunch table. The guy you could talk to about anything. The guy who would always have your back. In the truest sense of the word, Brennan Tucker was a friend.

Switching to a new school in 7th grade isn’t easy, yet Brennan’s emotional intuition made him one of the most welcoming friends.

We both saw our Dads pass away around the same time, and Brennan's bravery and friendship helped me through some dark times.

An unparalleled ability to make people laugh and a personable connection that made everyone feel welcome.

I’ll miss you Brennan and look forward to seeing you again one day!

Proverbs 17:17

- Michael Montgomery

Madyson Harris

May 23, 2020

I still can’t seem to process this. My bestfriend, my whole heart. I love you and i have always loved you. From all the late night calls, to early morning homemade breakfasts. From coming home from work to dinner on the table, and all of our movie marathons..... I will always love you, bwt. you have had my heart since day 1. i miss you more than words can express. I promise to eat lots of Royal Panda for you 😘

Jessica Hatley

May 22, 2020

Brennan, thank you for being such a light in my life. We got so close to each other from the moment I started working at Carrabba’s with you. Always aggravating people and pranking people, plastic wrapping peoples cars and just messing with everyone, I’m sure we got on everyone’s nerves. You are so caring, funny, affectionate, and just you.. I will forever remember our laughs and memories. I still can’t believe I have to say this but Rest In Peace Brennan Wilson. I will love and miss you forever

Edward O’Brien

May 22, 2020

Brennan, B-Tuck, whatever nickname we said to you there was always that contagious smile and laughter to make us all feel better. I will never forget the first time you invited me to hang out at your house in 5th grade. For some reason we thought it was so much fun to shoot the BB gun at your bedroom wall (sorry Mrs. Jennifer). We would always laugh about that down the road. From then on we were best friends. I am going to miss your smile, how you loved and cherished the little things, listening to new music with you, going to the movies with you, just hanging out with all the guys, the group we had was inseparable, and most importantly watching that sweet three point shot you had in our MAM basketball games. This week has been tough, today will be tough, from here on out will be tough but it makes me smile knowing you’re getting to catch up with your dad. I promise you the crew will carry on your name in every way we can. My prayers to the Tucker family. Love you Brennan.

Taylor Brooke Ellis Hayes

May 22, 2020

One thing Brennan would want all of us to do is share our wonderful memories we had with him. Brennan passed away too young, he had so much more of life to live! I can’t stop seeing his smiling face and that incredible laugh he did. I wish I would have hugged him a little longer and squeezed him a little tighter the last time I saw him. Brennan always would tell me how much he loved his family and friends. We should learn to never let a day go by without telling someone you love them. Brennan was such a fun and loving cousin! We will truly miss him to no end. I will cherish my time and memories with Brennan forever. My prayers go out to all of the family and friends. Brennan loved you all so much! He had a huge kind heart just like his dad.

Nikki gray

May 22, 2020

Brennan I didn't know you but I knew mady and she loved you dearly.. you were her best friend her love of her life the light in her eyes. Yall fought like cats and dogs but I knew yall would be together forever. Please keep a watch over her and guide her. She loved you so much.. rih Brennan. Thank you for being my best friends love.

Steed Fairley

May 21, 2020

B-Tuck you were one of my lifelong pals through elementary, high school, and into college. In those years you remained one of the most consistent people in my life and never tried to act like anyone but yourself. Some of my most cherished memories were spent hanging out at Meme's and Pop's house, waking up in the morning to a fat breakfast, and going to play in MAM games. I love the feeling of these times, just laughing and being carefree. I also probably watched Get Him to the Greek 20 times over there throughout the years. Theres that consistency. Anyways man now that you're gone I'm glad that you'll be able to talk to you dad again which is a blessing. Love you. Also love you Mrs. Jennifer and Meme's and Pop's.

David Kilgore

May 21, 2020

Brennan was my best friend in highschool and since we lived close together we shared many memories. To many to count but I definitely remember all the Ole miss games we went to hoping to transform all my friends into rebels. I also remember going to Mrs. Carlsons wedding and afterward taking a photo infront of the alter acting like brennan and I were getting married. There are so many fun and pleasant memories I shared with brennan, and remembering them only saddens me more and more but I find comfort knowing brennan is in a better place. Rest In Peace bud I miss You.

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Biography

Brennan Wilson Tucker, age 23, of Piperton, Tennessee passed away on Sunday May 17, 2020. Brennan was born December 20, 1996 in Memphis, TN. He was a graduate of Evangelical Christian School, attended the University of Memphis and William R. Moore Technology School. While Brennan was attending ECS he participated in varsity football and baseball. He was an artistic welder working for Collierville Custom Fence Company. Brennan was a member of Hope Presbyterian Church.

He was preceded in death by his father Kenneth David Tucker. Brennan is survived by his mother, Jennifer Wilson Carlson and her husband Jay, his brother, Justin Carlson and his wife Rachael and their two sons, his sister, McKenzie Neds and her husband Will and their daughter, his grandparents, Ray Wilson and his wife Patsy, Kenneth Tucker and his wife Carol, Ron Carlson and his wife Ann, and a host of loving family members and friends.

Due to covid19 restrictions there will be a private graveside service at 2pm, on Friday, May 22, 2020. You are invited to view the service with live streaming on the Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens Facebook page, at 2pm on Friday, May 22, 2020.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to the Mid-South Food Bank in honor of Brennan's memory.

Brennan will be missed for his contagious smile and warmhearted personality.

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