James Brennan

May 2, 1947February 12, 2021

James M. Brennan, 73, entered into rest on Friday February 12, 2021. He served in the Marines during the Vietnam Era. He is survived by his Son, William “Bill” Brennan (Shannon); Grandchildren, Josh Brennan (Erica), Lauren Brennan, Justin Brennan (Katie); Great Grandchildren, James, Nolan, Landon, Natalie; Step Grandchildren, Tiffany Clark, JR Clark, Logan Clark; Step Great Grandchildren, Nicholas Clark, J.J Clark, Scarlett Clark; Brother, Mark Brennan; Sisters, Millie Bauer and Teresa Gebhart; Several Nieces and Nephews; His Funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 2pm at the Advantage Funeral Home – Hardy Chapel, with Burial following in Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation will be held on Tuesday after 10am until time of service at the funeral home.



  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021


  • Burial


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Tiffany Clark

February 21, 2021

I will never ever forget riding down the highway to your house. I always knew when we took the back way when we passed the power plant that we was super close to your house papaw. I cannot begin to tell you how many times we pulled up as children and you was out on your tractor in the front field most of the time. Sometimes the back field. I remember the first time you introduced me to to Homer. I walked down to the barn with you and you told me to stay back because sometimes he acted crazy while meeting someone new. I remember this big ole steer coming out huffing and breathing heavily and you told me not to be scared and just let him smell me. As I stood there I was scared crapless. He was done smelling me so we walked back to the house. As we got to the house you rang the bell on the porch and here came bessy from behind your house. We fed them bread and apples and they loved it. I will never ever forget that scared feeling of an animal that was literally 10 times my size. He was huge. Bessy was huge but not like Homer. I always loved coming over to your house for cookouts, playing house in the little club house outside that is still standing there. I really can't believe you're gone papaw. I will remember our long conversations and I will always always always remember you telling me how proud you was of me for turning my life around. Rest high on that mountain until we meet again.