Lisa Renee Brewer

Lisa Renee Brewer

July 25, 1964 - March 26, 2013

Lisa Renee Brewer

July 25, 1964 - March 26, 2013


Lisa Renee Brewer was born July 25, 1964 in Nashville, TN, the daughter of the late Edward Dewain Darnell, Sr., and Phyllis Ann Collins Darnell. Lisa had worked for the offices of the Tennessee Department of Transportation for a number of years. Lisa loved cats and being outdoors on the water. She passed away on Tuesday at her home in Nashville after a brief illness. Survivors include her two brothers, Edward D. Darlene Darnell, Jr., of Dyersburg and William H. Darnell of Nashville. In addition to her parents, Lisa was preceded in death by her son, Timothy Earl Brewer.

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5 responses to Lisa Renee Brewer

  1. Elisa Taylor says:

    I worked with Lisa at TDOT and am so sorry to hear of her passing. She was so kind and took care of a kitten for me once for an entire week, and this helped me during a very difficult situation. May she rest in peace. The world lost a beautiful soul way too soon.

  2. At last you are free of pain and the worries of this world and can be with your son Timothy. You are missed by so many people and especially by “The Permit Office”. Love Betty Lewis

  3. Maria Perez says:

    It doesn’t seem right to leave this earth so young….I am so glad I got to see you a few years ago. Your mother meant the world to me and she LOVED you very much.. I find comfort knowing that you are reunited with her again. Your smile will never be forgotten….I love you now and always….Love your cousin Maria

  4. Lisa was my neice, the daughter of my sister Ann. She was the little girl that brought sunshine into all our lives being born after two brothers and three boy cousins. She will be missed but our love continues for her.

  5. My deepest condolences to all Lisa’s family and friends during this time of sorrow. Praying God’s peace to wrap around you like a friendly hug, as you remember fondly the one you loved. God bless and keep you in the palm of his hands…gently.

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