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Beaches Chapel by Hardage-Giddens

1701 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Brenden James Repper

June 21, 2005August 12, 2020

Brenden James Repper passed away unexpectedly on August 12, 2020. Born in Jacksonville, Florida on June 21, 2005, he is survived by his parents, Chris and Marci (Repper) Todd, sister, Macy Smith, step-siblings, Shelby, Lindsey and Jack Todd, grandparents Jamie Repper, Ned and Elaine (Basham) Repper, Mimi Todd, Uncle Kelly and Aunt Kim Repper and cousin Kailey who gave him the nickname of “Boy” and loved to pinch his cheeks even though he hated it.

Known for his magnetic personality, super star smile and crazy shenanigans, “B”, “BDAWG”, “D Double” was loved by all who knew him and met him. He loved to play football and show off his QB skills. He loved surfing, skateboarding, basketball, biking and hanging out with his friends. He loved the beach and his hometown, but also enjoyed his time spent in Nolensville, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama where he never met a stranger and made many friends.

Due to COVID19 restrictions, a private memorial service was held on Saturday, August 15, 2020 at Palms Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville Beach. Celebration of Life services will be announced in Birmingham and Nolensville in the near future. Donations are greatly appreciated to Vineyard Family Services Youth Mentoring Program serving youth at risk in Shelby County, Alabama. (vfsdads.com). Brenden, you are so loved and greatly missed! Rest in peace, my dude.

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Brenden James Repper

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isabelle willis

September 11, 2020

Brenden was one of my closest friends. We shared so many memories together, but it wasn’t enough. Not a day goes by where I don’t think about him and how he could’ve changed so many peoples lives. He was the sweetest, most lovable person I have ever known. I miss him so so much. Him and his family are in my prayers💗

ava conley

September 2, 2020

I remember when I met brenden I locked eyes with him and my heart skipped a beat its like the minute I saw him I knew I was gonna fall for that boy. He took my on a date and I had the best time of my life I love you brenden repper i miss you so much. my prayers go out to the repper’s ❤️

Taci Tipton

August 26, 2020

Brenden and I weren’t the closest but we had a few classes together & talked some. One thing about Brenden is he never treated anyone differently. He treated everyone the same. He would constantly joke around with you. He always put others before himself. Every time you looked at Brenden he always had a smile on his face. I wish he knew all the people that love and care about him. Prayers to his family & friends. ❤️

Bella Martin

August 26, 2020

Brenden was one of my best friends in Nolensville. He was one of the first people that made me feel wanted. He was always there for me. Even after he moved I always asked for his advice and talked to him about everything going on and he did the same. I miss and love him so much and hope one day I can see him again. Prayers going to your family.

Edyn Long

August 26, 2020

Brenden was my ride or die. The only person who was ever there for me before he moved. I’ll forever love and miss you B. I’m sending prayers to his family. May he rest easy. ❤️

Susan and Tim Harrison

August 22, 2020

Dear Marci, Macy , and Family ,
We are so saddened to hear of Brenden's passing . We have fond memories of being neighbors with you and we remember the joy you had when Brenden joined your family!
May God lift you up and comfort you during this very difficult time.
Love, Susan , Tim , Lauren , and Lindsey

Elaine Basham-Repper

August 20, 2020

Brenden was one of those rare human beings who arrived with big open eyes and a thirst for living that could not be denied. He jumped right in no fears and tried it all . He chose the right family and had incredible support for all his adventures and his competitive nature. His fun loving nature and good looks weren’t lost on him as he was often the life of the party. People were drawn to him. He played hard , he loved hard and in such a short time he left his mark on every❤️ heart he knew. He was loved by all.
He also had a deep desire to get things right and that was one of his most endearing qualities.
Brenden had a good soul as is said and if he had more time he would probably have become an American legend .
Ned and I express our deep love to our family and prayers for your healing .

Raymond Bridgeman

August 15, 2020

Brenden and me were closest in march of 2019 when we ran track. Me and him would always talk at practice and hes another reason why I played football in 8th grade. I always saw him as the star quarterback and the dude who got all the girls. But he was more than that he was funny and caring dude who always knew who to make people laugh. I wish i could have checked up on him while he was still alive and well. Rest in Peace man and I will see you soon.

Anna McCombs

August 15, 2020

Brendan was one of my best friends in alabama and i was absolutely heart broken he moved to florida. i would facetime him mostly every night and always ask how his day was etc. i just wish he would’ve known how much he meant to people and how much they loved him. i am so sorry for your loss, my prayers are going out to you and your family. brendan meant a lot to me and may he rest in peace.

Kathy Salvucci

August 15, 2020

Brenden was such a sweet boy with an infectious smile , he was kind and funny. He was an amazing friend to my daughter Lainey, we will miss his laughter and smile. Prayers to all hurting from the loss of this precious boy!

FROM THE FAMILY

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