Brenda Jeane Tyrone
July 15, 1960 – September 1, 2019
Brenda J. Tyrone, age 59, beloved wife, mother, Mimi, sister, and coworker, died September 1, 2019.
Born July 15, 1960, in Fort Worth, she was the third daughter born to Don Y. and Gwendolyn E. Scott. She was preceded in death by her beloved mother and father, and grandparents. Brenda was a member of Pathway Church in Burleson. She loved the Lord and enjoyed sharing with friends the importance of seeking God’s light in our lives. Her famous saying was “don’t worry, I have the man upstairs who will help me take care of this”, when diagnosed with Lung Cancer in 2007. After a long time as a single parent and her daughter’s being her best friends, she married her true love, best friend, and caretaker, Samuel J. Tyrone who survives her. She will be forever grateful for his care taking. Brenda was most grateful for her beautiful daughters, Meagan and Kendall and her grandkids, Anabelle, Kason, and Leighton. She loved them unconditionally and revolved her life around theirs. She began working as a Paralegal for the US Small Business Administration in 1991. With hard work and dedication she ended her career there managing Legal Services of a staff that could range from 50 to over 500 employees. She loved and respected her staff as they did her, as many of them referred to her as “tough” but “fair”.
Survivors include her daughters, Meagan C. Seay and partner Michael Minchew; L. Kendall Frazier and husband Brandon Frazier; grandkids, Anabelle Grace Seay, Kason Howard Frazier, and Leighton Scott Frazier; husband, Sam Tyrone and his daughter, Cassidy Tyrone; sisters, Becky Stringer and husband Jerry, Rhonda Scott and husband Larry; 3 nieces; nephews; great nieces; and great nephews. She is also survived by many friends all over the United States that she met while traveling for the SBA.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, September 7, 2019
Brenda Jeane Tyrone
September 7, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and devoted friends.
With Love in the name of my Lord, Jesus Christ Holy name. Amen and amen.
September 4, 2019
I had the privilege of meeting Brenda and Sam at a wedding my husband and I attended in Texas. They sat at the table with us during dinner and it was like we had known each other for a long time. After that we did not speak often but when we did it was like talking with an old friend. Brenda inspired me with all of her health challenges through the years and when we talked she was always upbeat. I even reached out to her when I had some health issues. I wish I could have been able to spend more time with Brenda and my heart breaks knowing that she is no longer a phone call away.
My prayers are with Sam, her children, and all Brenda's family.
You were an inspiration to me and will be missed. Until we meet again!
Sue- in Wisconsin