Dennis L. Brasher

July 18, 1946November 15, 2021

Dennis L. Brasher, age 75, of Adger, Alabama passed away on Monday, November 15, 2021. DENNIS L was born July 18, 1946.

Dennis was a loving father and grandfather who was most often found at his hunting club looking for signs of animals in the area, trapping ones who were a nuisance to his hunting and just enjoying time in the outdoors. When he wasn’t spending time there he enjoyed traveling around the country, spending time with friends, watching an old western and being an active member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. He also devoted himself to helping others in times of need by volunteering with the Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief team. He set a Godly example to not only his family but all those around, was always quick to help any in need and he will be greatly missed.

Dennis was preceded in death by: his wife, Doris Lucille Brasher; his wife, Lessie Virginia Brasher; his parents, Casey and Bonnie Brasher; and his brother, O.C. Brasher.

Dennis is survived by: his sister, Billie Mae McCarty; his children, Kelly Jones (Clint), Brian Brasher (Deann), Holly Murr, Craig Brasher (Cynthia), Todd Murr (Stephanie), Joanna McConnell (Michael); his grandchildren: Ashley Salmon (Jeremy), Evan Love (Lauren), Adam Brasher, Joseph Brasher, Logan Jones, Colten McConnell, Brayden Jones, Savannah McConnell, Katy McConnell, Kaleb Murr, Whitt McConnell, Eli McConnell, JoJo McConnell; his great grandchildren, Grady Love, Deacon Salmon, Joe Love, Barrett Salmon, Frankie Love, Jana Love; and many extended family members and friends.

A time of visitation will be held at Ridout’s Gardendale Chapel on Thursday, November 18, 2021 from 5 PM until 7 PM. A funeral service will be held on Friday, November 19, 2021 at 2 PM officiated by Bro. Lee Praytor and Bro. Billy Hatley and he will be laid to rest at Glenwood Baptist Church, Morris, AL immediately following.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Brasher family.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, November 18, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, November 19, 2021


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Lynn Armstrong

November 20, 2021

I remember going camping with Uncle Dennis and Aunt Doris. Those were some good times. We always had a big breakfast. They also gave me coffee if I wanted it. That's one memory I'll never forget. Also, I remember the entire Sanders family getting together at Easter at Dennis & Doris's house. Dennis was always super fun to be around. Dennis loved his family. A man of Christ!
You will be missed.

Janice (Self) Robertson

November 17, 2021

So sorry to hear of Dennis' passing. The family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Curtis Brasher

November 17, 2021

We went to Uncle Casey's sometime every weekend and we all enjoyed playing together down at the spring. When we grew up we sort of drifted apart as I went into the Air Force and was gone five years. I always enjoyed seeing Dennis and the rest of the family.

David Bays

November 17, 2021

I was Denni’s pastor for many years at Glennwood Baptist in Morris. He was always an inspiration to be around. I had his first wife’s funeral Doris Brasher. Family you can be proud of the Christian example they lived before you and others. Our prayers are with you as you celebrate Dennis’ life Friday. We loved the whole family as we watched their children grow up at Glennwood.

Rachel Bairrow

November 16, 2021

Uncle Dennis was a pillar of strength in my life from before my earliest memories. I so admired him for his great devotion to and love for my Aunt Darcy! He gave me my one and only spanking of my life. I was about 7 and had been sassing my Aunt Darcy all day while Uncle Dennis was at work. At her wits end, she finally told me that she would have to tell Uncle Dennis when he got home and just as any of their children would have, I got a spanking. One swat, kind but firm with a talking to about respect for Aunt Darcy. It impacted me because they were the kind of people you never wanted to disappoint and I knew I had. I hated that spanking, and I needed many more throughout the years I’m sure! But, it also meant that I was just like any other kiddo in their lives, birthed or not, I was theirs and loved. And now they are together again❤️