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February 4, 2023


Brenda Joy Fletcher-Kennedy

On the morning of Friday October 28th, 2022 the world lost one of the greatest mothers, daughter, aunt, sister, friend, military nurse, school nurse, and mostly a nurse for all. Brenda Joy Fletcher-Kennedy. She passed away in her home.
Brenda was born 09/04/1958 in Manchester, NH to Richard and Arline Fletcher. Brenda is survived by her two sons Brooks and Brett Kennedy, her parents, and her siblings Sandy Fletcher, Wendy Todd and Eric Fletcher along with many loving nieces and nephews.
Brenda has left us to join her late husband, Aaron Mikesell.
Brenda meant so much to so many people, she was such a special lady and helped everyone she knew throughout her life because that's exactly the type of person she was, pure unconditional love and kindness to all. Brenda was an inspiration and a treasure to this world and one of the most intelligent people we've ever known.
Brenda had a good heart and served her country, was a dedicated nurse who also served school systems for years and served the State of Florida in a nursing capacity. She was a dedicated volunteer who helped others without hesitation.
Momma dukes to some, Brenda to others, mom to her children, nurse to all. She will be greatly missed, her memory cherished and honored as best we all can. Please be kind to one another, this world has enough hate.
Info:
A celebration of life will be held for Brenda this winter in Florida for everyone here and this summer in New Hampshire for all her friends and family there. She was a woman of two worlds and as such we want to commemorate that. Dates are tba and we will make sure everyone has a chance to celebrate one of the greatest people We've ever known.





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