December 4, 1937 – March 23, 2020
Shirley Kathryn Brundage, 82, of Orlando, died Monday, March 23, 2020 in Orlando.
Mrs. Brundage was an avid music lover. Not only did she enjoy singing, she also enjoyed ballroom dancing. She performed with the Sweet Adelines. She was also an active member of First United Methodist Church of Orlando for over forty years.
Outside of her love for music, Shirley was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, and sister. She will be best remembered for the time spent with her family.
Survivors include her loving husband of 63 years, Dick Brundage; children, Carolyn (Charles) Stanton, David (Jacki) Brundage, and Dan Brundage; sister, Barbara Smith; three grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and current gathering regulations, a small service for immediate family only will be conducted on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at Woodlawn Funeral Home with entombment following in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Share your memories and send condolences to the Brundage family at www.woodlawnfuneralhomegotha.com
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March 26, 2020
My Grandma was such a beautiful person inside and out. She loved her family and faith more than anything along with singing and dancing. I remember seeing her sing with the sweet adalines and dance with Grandpa in the living room. She also loved to play the organ and would always sit with me and show me how to play it. When my oldest daughter Elizabeth was little she even sat with her and played, what a sweet memory to watch being replayed with my own daughter and her. She loved to spoil her grandkids with Ice cream, pancakes, and soda, which was so special for me as my father would never buy those yummy treats that kids love. When I was just 18 I became pregnant with my oldest daughter and she made sure I was loved and encouraged me every step of the way. I will have so many loving and long lasting memories of her and will always cherish them. I love and miss you Grandma.
March 25, 2020
Mom could always shift gears no matter what. She was always able to figure out what us kids needed and figured it out. She loved to dance with my father and sing music with the Sweet Adalines. My father always made sure that we had food on the table so he worked a lot of hours. As a child you could not have asked for anything more than my family that loved you strongly to give you life. Dad was always teaching me mechanic skills and so I paid attention and learned. The more I learned I thought I knew it all. My father said to me son slow down. Be more methodically, Pay attention to detail. You will learn from your mistakes. That's what will make you strong. I love you Mom.