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Evergreen Funeral Home & Cemetery

4504 Broadway, Everett, WA

OBITUARY

Brenda Louise Prewitt

March 14, 1944August 12, 2020
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Brenda Louise Prewitt (3/14/44 - 8/12/20)

Brenda Louise Prewitt died peacefully at the age of 76 of complications from Diabetes. Brenda was the 2nd child of 5 born to James and Kathleen (Deese) Self of Cramerton, North Carolina. She was preceded in death by her husband Donald Clay Prewitt (d. 1975), daughter Tammy Lynn Prewitt Vaillant (d. 1994), siblings Timmy Leon Self (d 2001), James Self (d. 2017) and Freda Self Westnedge (d. 2017) and her parents Kathleen Deese Self (d. 1981) and James Self (d. 2003) and is survived by her brother Dan (m. Cindy) Self.

Brenda was mother to 5 children, 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. She is survived by her sons Ron (m. Charleen) Prewitt, James (m. Tamara) Prewitt, and Don (m. Cindy) Prewitt, daughter Brenda Prewitt Morgison, grandchildren Ashlee (Prewitt) Putnam (m. Robbie), Jennifer Prewitt, Taylor Prewitt, Kailey Vaillant, Chelsea Prewitt, Lindsey Prewitt, Ryan Prewitt, Emily (Prewitt Hansen (m. Josh), Dylan Prewitt, Mackenzie Morgison, Teonna Morgison and great-grandchildren Lauren Putnam, Zoey Putnam and Penelope Prewitt and many other relatives.

Brenda was known for her love of giving to others, authentic southern cooking and the thrill of a big slot win. For many years she enjoyed bowling in the women’s leagues at Glacier Lanes in Everett, WA. Brenda also enjoyed being outside camping in large family gatherings where she could spend time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Brenda will be laid to rest on September 19th next to her husband Don at Evergreen Cemetery in Everett, WA.

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Carla Heesacker

August 17, 2020

I will miss Louise very much. I always loved spending time with her and my Mom (Patty Stewart) They loved being together.They were the best of friends. I will never forget the fun times that we all spent together. We loved going camping with her. Or just sitting around and talking. It was always fun. Louise and Freida spent the last days with my mom before she passed. They made it very special for her . I will never forget Louise and her kindness. My sincere condolences to the whole family. Love, Carla Heesacker.

Jim Stewart

August 17, 2020

I just heard about the sad loss of "Louise" as we always called her. She was my moms best friend during her lifetime (Patty Stewart) and Louise had a large impact on so many lives. During those early years in Everett, my mom had many struggles and I know Louise helped her out so many times. Almost always without receiving anything in return. The last time I saw her in person was in 2007 at my home here in Bend, Oregon and I said THANK YOU for what she did for us when we were kids. I know there was more than one Christmas that our tree would have been empty if not for the heartfelt kindness and generosity of my moms dear friend and cousin, Brenda Prewitt. Like my mom, she was fiercely defensive and protective of her kids. She enjoyed life to the fullest and she will be forever missed. I imagine that on Wednesday August 12th, she was greeted with the arms of angels at Heavens Gate by all of her many friends and family that went before her. I hope she found my mom and they are somewhere cutting up and just laughing hysterically as they did so many times before. My prayers go out to her adult children and everyone else whose heart is a whole lot heavier on the news of her passing. (Jim Stewart)

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