OBITUARY

Brandi Renee Tucker

August 18, 1986April 5, 2019
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Brandi Renee Tucker passed away on April 5, 2019. She leaves behind her three children, Kyleigh, age 11, Brylee, age 6 and Zachary, age 5. She is also survived by her mother and stepfather, Rhonda and Steve Fulgham, grandparents, Henry and Faye Tucker, two sisters, Britni (Cammie and DJ) Rivers and Kristin (Aaron, Molly and Caleb) Thompson, uncles, Bo (Cindy) Tucker, Kyle (Jami) Tucker, stepbrothers, James Seth Fulgham, Jamie Fulgham (Nikki), Randy Pope (Audrey), stepsister, Kim Arthur and many beloved cousins, close family and friends.

Brandi grew up in the North Mobile area and was a graduate of Satsuma High School. Brandi made many friends in her life's journey. She never met a stranger. She loved spending time with her precious children. Time spent with her babies meant more than anything to Brandi. Her perfect day would be snuggling with Kyleigh, Brylee and Zachary on the couch watching cartoons or coloring.

Brandi also loved to make others feel beautiful. Since childhood she has loved to dress up and do everyone's hair and makeup. Brandi also loved to sing and was a member of her high school choir. She would belt out a song at anytime and anywhere.

Brandi loved Jesus and would turn to Him in her times of need. Her family is at peace knowing she left this earth peacefully.

Brandi will be deeply missed by all who loved and knew her.

  • FAMILY

  • Rhonda Tucker Fulgham (Steve), Mother
  • Britni Tucker Rivers, Twin Sister
  • Kristin Kyle Thompson (Aaron), Sister
  • Kyleigh Addison Reed, Daughter
  • Brylee Collyns Weaver, Daughter
  • Zachary Blayne Weaver, Son
  • Henry E. Tucker, Grandfather
  • Hilda Faye Tucker, Grandmother
  • Marvin Kyle Tucker (Jami), Uncle
  • Henry Edgar Tucker (Cindy) Jr., Uncle
  • James Seth Fulgham, Step-brother
  • Jamie Fulgham (Nikki), Step-brother
  • Randy Pope, Step-brother
  • Kim Arthur, Step-sister
  • She is also survived by nieces and nephews, Cammie, DJ, Molly and Caleb.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

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DANIELLE HUGGINS

April 9, 2019

Brandi and I always laughed! Always! We played together, went to school together, spent summers together, and was always smiling with one another! My best memory was before she had nieces and nephews, mine were hers. She used to tell them,"thats my nannel". "She was mine first". She knew how to make me feel loved. We never felt self-conscious when we was with one another. We backed each other up 100%. We could be in our swim suits and laughing at how cute we thought we was.
My mother took me to New Orleans for my 21st birthday and Brandi was my only best friend that went with us. We had a blast! Something I will never forget. She made that night all about me. She sure knew how to love!
I will never let you go. I love you now, always, and forever!!!!!!

Brittany Byrd

April 8, 2019

I remmber brandi babysitting me and my sisters and coming to get us and taken us to church and us spending the night with her I remember her and her sister britni taken care of us they lived on the hill in Chickasaw I’ll never four get I haven’t seen brandi since I left Chickasaw I was 13 well a few years later I saw her and she said Brittany is that u I said yeah and she hugged me she was mother hen to us her and britni was

Ashley Weaver

April 7, 2019

Brandi Tucker was my very first best friend when I moved to Chickasaw when I was 9 years old. We went through so much together from laughing together to crying together and even fighting together 🤦🏽‍♀️. Our first week in high school somebody said something to her I didn’t like and so needless to say me and brandi was suspended our first week of 9th grade🤣. She loved to do hair,cook and most of all Sing ! She used to sing to me and Britni Tucker Rivers constantly! 😍 I can still see her laying on my floor rewinding that tape over and over again!❤️Her favorite song then was Xscape run to the arms of the one who loved you. I have so many memories with brandi I could go on all night so I will just close with she was not only my best friend but she was my sister❤️Brandi Renee Tucker 8/18/86-4/5/19 #foreverinmyheart

Rhonda Fulggam

April 7, 2019

Brandi, my beautiful youngest daughter by just a mere second, was the most loving and tenderhearted person you could ever ask to meet. She loved. She loved unconditionally. Many of you know the struggles she had in life, but I will not remember those things. I will forever remember that little round baby who could laugh and cry at the same time, who was always full of mischief and who was always giving. She may not have had much on Earth, materially, but she would literally give you the shirt off of her back. She loved her children, her family and perfect strangers. As a little girl she loved church and loved to ride the church van every Sunday and Wednesday, and loved to take the little girls next door. My fondest memories of her are how, as a child, at 8 or 9 years old she decided to skip lunch and snack and save up her money to buy those 5 little girls shoes and clothes so that they had something to wear to church. She would bring them over on Saturday nights and bathe them and wash their hair, then go get them on Sunday mornings and dress them . I can still see her standing on that hill we lived on, waiting for that church van, 4 little duckling children lined up perfectly behind her and a baby in a carrier in her hands, as big as she was, with a diaper bag on her shoulder. She was a mother hen to all children and had a heart for Children with special needs. Her best friend had 3 sibling's with Cerebral Palsy and she loved staying with them and spending time with them. She had a special place in her heart for the handicapped and always, always thought of them not as different, but as perfectly and wonderfully special. Brandi fought a lot of battles in her 32 years on Earth and she had a special gift and calling on her life, and the devil knew that so he tried his best to destroy her, but in the end, he didn't win. God got the victory and when she departed this life she had given her heart completely to Jesus Christ and my Lord and Savior Won the Battle,

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Biography

Brandi Renee Tucker passed away on April 5, 2019. She leaves behind her three children, Kyleigh, age 11, Brylee, age 6 and Zachary, age 5. She is also survived by her mother and stepfather, Rhonda and Steve Fulgham, grandparents, Henry and Faye Tucker, two sisters, Britni (Cammie and DJ) Rivers and Kristin (Aaron, Molly and Caleb) Thompson, uncles, Bo (Cindy) Tucker, Kyle (Jami) Tucker, stepbrothers, James Seth Fulgham, Jamie Fulgham (Nikki), Randy Pope (Audrey), stepsister, Kim Arthur and many beloved cousins, close family and friends.

Brandi grew up in the North Mobile area and was a graduate of Satsuma High School. Brandi made many friends in her life's journey. She never met a stranger. She loved spending time with her precious children. Time spent with her babies meant more than anything to Brandi. Her perfect day would be snuggling with Kyleigh, Brylee and Zachary on the couch watching cartoons or coloring.

Brandi also loved to make others feel beautiful. Since childhood she has loved to dress up and do everyone's hair and makeup. Brandi also loved to sing and was a member of her high school choir. She would belt out a song at anytime and anywhere.

Brandi loved Jesus and would turn to Him in her times of need. Her family is at peace knowing she left this earth peacefully.

Brandi will be deeply missed by all who loved and knew her.