Brandie Lee Annett
January 22, 1978 – February 6, 2020
Brandie Lee Annett, age 42, of Powderly, passed away Thursday, February 6, 2020 in Sherman, Texas after a lengthy illness. Services will be held Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 2:00 pm in the chapel of Bright-Holland Funeral Home with Pastor Patrick Collis officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be on Monday, February 10, 2020 from 5-7 pm at the funeral home. Brandie was born January 22, 1978 in Grand Island, Nebraska. She was a great friend to many and a very loving wife to her husband and caring and loving mother to her children. She loved family game nights and anything regarding wolves. Brandie was a lover of all animals, often taking in and fostering strays. She is survived by her loving husband, Larry Annett and their children, Sheyanne Annett, Dakota Annett, and Sirrah Annett all of Powderly. Her parents, Douglas & Bonnita Ellsworth of Ocean Springs, MS & Linda Lyden of Lincoln, NE and Frank Inskeep of Colorado. Her siblings, Charity Peters and husband, Gary, of Ocean Springs, MS, D.J. Ellsworth of Sturgis, SD, Stephanie Cummings and husband, Christopher, of Grand Island, NE, Chris Inskeep and wife, June Bùi of Lincoln, NE, Amy Lee, Joey Oxarart, of Sturgis, SD, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
- Colin Lane
- Michael Kelley
- Mark Richardson
- Shane McDowell
- Tyler Browning
- Justin Watson
- Visitation Monday, February 10, 2020
- Funeral Service Tuesday, February 11, 2020
- Interment Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Brandie Lee Annett
February 14, 2020
My condolences to the family.
February 9, 2020
Brandie is one person who always told you how it was. If it wasn't for her me and Charity probably wouldn't of got married. So thank you sis i love you and will help Larry and the kids ti the best of my ability.
February 8, 2020
She was many things to me. If I had to count what hats she wore during the time she came into my life, it'd be far too many. I'll forever remember her as a caring sister and a shoulder to lean on. I love you, Brandie, and I'll miss you.
February 7, 2020
I first met Brandie in 5th grade where we became friends. After 5th grade we lost touch Then senior year we found each other again. Our friendship rekindled and grew even stronger. It wasn't long before my parents fell in love with her as well. My best friend became my sister. In 1996 we walked the aisle together and graduated high school. Soon after we both started our own families. As the years passed we once again lost touch, but I knew that no matter what my sister had my back. In 2007, I returned home scared and broken. Re-connecting I found myself a little less afraid. Brandie had a strength about her like no other, and because of her I found my own strength once again. You will be forever in heart sis. I love you!
February 7, 2020
I remember the day you were placed in my arms after a long hard labor. I loved you from that moment on. We had our ups and downs as most mothers and daughters will, but I always loved you. I am so very proud of the adult you became. You were a very loving wife to Larry and the best mom ever to Sheyanne, Dakota and Sirrah. I wish we had lived closer so we could have seen each other more often but will cherish the memories we created together. You were the oldest of 4 and the younger siblings, Chris, Stephanie and Joseph, always looked up to you with love and admiration. You will live on forever in our hearts and our memories. Our hearts are missing a piece as you took it with you when you left. A mothers love will never die no matter how close or far apart as you will always have a special place in my heart as you were my daughter and I never gave up on you or stopped loving you. Watch over us from above and leave us those little signs like the night you left us and gained your angel wings with the snow here in Texas. I love you so very much and my heart is breaking with you gone.
February 7, 2020
Brandie is my big sister that I look up to because she always looked for positives in life. If seen or felt something different than I did she was not or I was wrong she was wouldn’t Hesitant to tell how she felt. She taught me to to look and find positive in every situation good or bad taught me to stand up for myself. When I went to Mississippi and stayed with her, Marvin, Sheyanne, and Dakota in 2004. We would always have the radio cranked up singing every song and she was so proud and of her baby boy Dakota which we called Bubba to show him singing Lonely by Akon he would sing it word for word trying to loom shy but she wouldn’t let him be shy as she was smiling ear to ear tickled to Death staring in the rear view mirror at Bubba sing along as well! Then get home and play songs on the computer have all of us me,Brandie, Sheyanne, and Dakota jamming and singing and together. Doing thing with her and her kids showed and taught me things could do with mine. Which number one thing me and girls Diamond and Audrianna do is of course jamming and Singing with the radio. Every time I hear the songs we would sing together her and the kids I instantly come to mind. I know she is up there jamming and singing her heart out up there for all the other Angels. I love and miss your already Sis! Until we meet again...