OBITUARY

Brandi Lynn English

July 23, 1982April 19, 2021
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We mournfully announce the unexpected passing of Brandi Lynn English, 38 of Woodstock, Georgia on April 19, 2021.

Brandi, born to Mrs. Nancy Bell and Mr. Ronald English, took her first breath on July 23, 1982 at Northside Hospital. Brandi was a force to be reckoned with from the get go, graduating from Osbourne High School, in the year 2000 she remained a life-long Atlanta area resident.

Brandi lived a full and vibrant life with more friends than you could count. She was a fiercely dedicated mom who loved watching her boys play football and spending time with her family. Family came first and was above all else to our BooBoo Bear, a value she instilled in all those around her. Her nieces meant more to her than words can describe.

She is survived by her two beautiful sons Mason Musick and Waylen Ray, her parents Tracy and Nancy Bell. Brothers Christopher Boone, his wife Kathy, their children Austin, Colin, Dayla Weir and Mia Boone, Shannon Boone, his two children Nancy and Georgia Boone, Buddy English his wife Felicia, their children Brooklyn, Alexa and Cali English. Grandmother Martha Scott along with the Ray and Musick families.

Brandi brought selflessness, kindness, and a tremendous loving heart to every person she met. She never met a stranger, loved to cut up and laugh, and was always looking for some way to be of service. Everyone who knew her would tell you that she would give you her last dollar and the shirt off her back. The hole left by her absence will be impossible to fill.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, April 26, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Monday, April 26, 2021

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Stephanie Manders

April 25, 2021

I was about 4 years old when you and my sister became best friends. You were the only friend she had that never complained about me tagging along, and I did ALL THE TIME. You were never mean. You always made me laugh. And you were nice enough to call me Stephanie, instead of “hey Andenia’s little sister” when you saw me at school. Thanks for the memories, thanks for teaching me how to tease my bangs and introducing me to hairspray. Thanks for making me laugh till I couldn’t breathe. Thanks for acting like a big sister. Thanks for being there for my big sister. You will be greatly missed.
With love,
Stephanie

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