In memory of
Brenda Baker Brauner
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In memory of
Brenda Baker Brauner
Brenda B. Brauner, age 87, on January 23 of natural causes in her adopted home of Midland, Texas. She is survived by her three children, Randee Rathbone (Jack) and Philip Brauner, both of Midland, and Eric Brauner (Chip Eggerton) of Lakewood Ranch, Fla. She was beloved by her many grandchildren, great-grandkids, nieces and nephews. A native of this city, she excelled in high school (and her whole life) at sports, music, and dancing. She studied at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. She loved her many canine companions. Like her mother Sue Baker, she was an excellent duplicate bridge player. After Hurricane Katrina she went to live with her daughter in Texas, but she always followed the LSU Tigers and Saints games. She enjoyed watching tennis, golf, football, and basketball with her family. In New Orleans she was a docent at Longue Vue House and a licensed tour guide of the city. She returned to New Orleans often to eat great seafood and reconnect with family and lifelong friends. She was herself a fine cook. The family welcomes you to join them in a memorial celebration at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lakeview at 10:30 AM on March 28. Interment immediately following at Metairie Cemetery. Please make donations to your local animal shelter in Brenda's name if you wish.
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In memory of
Brenda Baker Brauner
Brenda B. Brauner, age 87, on January 23 of natural causes in her adopted home of Midland, Texas. She is survived by her three children, Randee Rathbone (Jack) and Philip Brauner, both of Midland, and Eric Brauner (Chip Eggerton) of Lakewood Ranch, Fla. She was beloved by her many grandchildren, great-grandkids, nieces and nephews. A native of this city, she excelled in high school (and her whole life) at sports, music, and dancing. She studied at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. She loved her many canine companions. Like her mother Sue Baker, she was an excellent duplicate bridge player. After Hurricane Katrina she went to live with her daughter in Texas, but she always followed the LSU Tigers and Saints games. She enjoyed watching tennis, golf, football, and basketball with her family. In New Orleans she was a docent at Longue Vue House and a licensed tour guide of the city. She returned to New Orleans often to eat great seafood and reconnect with family and lifelong friends. She was herself a fine cook. The family welcomes you to join them in a memorial celebration at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lakeview at 10:30 AM on March 28. Interment immediately following at Metairie Cemetery. Please make donations to your local animal shelter in Brenda's name if you wish.
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