Bayview Fisher-Pou Chapel & Bayview Memorial Park

3351 Scenic Highway 90E, Pensacola, FL


Dayna Bailey-Broxson

February 19, 1962March 22, 2020

Dayna Bailey Broxson 02/19/1962 – 03/22/2020

Dayna Bailey Broxson 58, was born February 19, 1962 in Pensacola, FL. to the late Winston Claudine and Geraldine Haughton Bailey. She passed on March 22, 2020 at her residence in Elberta, AL surrounded by her beloved family.

Left to cherish Dayna’s beautiful memories are her loving husband, Bart Broxson; three sons: Bart J. Broxson, Jr. and wife Erin; Andrew Winston Broxson and fiancé Karlee Lowe; Gerrod Bailey Broxson PO2 US NAVY and wife Brittany; two grandchildren: Kylie E. Broxson, Everlee B. Broxson; brother, Daniel W. Bailey and wife Suzanne; niece, Erin C. Bailey; along with many extended family members and numerous wonderful friends.

In honor of Dayna Bailey Broxson memorials may be made to Farming Hearts of Love Inc., farmingheartsoflove.com, (251) 986-6260. Dayna was one of the cofounders of this charitable organization that provides help to our local farmers.

A celebration of her life will be held at BJ Farms at an appropriate time, and a short memorial to her life will soon be posted at: farmingheartsoflove.com.

The family extends their sincerest gratitude to their friends and neighbors, Dr. Terry Kurtts, Scott and Kim Feely, and Amanda Bailey.


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Jackie Saranthus

March 26, 2020

Dayna was a tell it like it is individual. She held nothing back but yet she was compassionate and kind in her own way. Back in 1999/2000 I was single with my children and took a part time job with Dayna at BJ farms. She was a very caring individual. Our boys were close in age Bart and Andrew. I will always remember her sweet smile.

There are times when there are too few words left to heal us, when what we wish for is to be carried, when all we have left is the hope that tomorrow will be a more gentle place to land than today