Brenda Rainwater  December 20 1964  March 18 2020

Brenda Rainwater December 20 1964 March 18 2020

December 20 1964 March 18 2020
Brenda’s Obituary Brenda Jean Rainwater was born on December 20th, 1964. She passed away on March 17th, 2020, at 11:22 p.m., in Mt. Pleasant, Tx. Brenda lost her battle with cancer, and in the end, she passed peacefully and comfortably surrounded by her loved ones. Brenda was born in Greenville, Texas, where she lived with her parents until their death, when she was 7 years old. After her parents died, Brenda was raised by her late brother, Obie Ashley, and her sister, Debbie Malone. As a teenager, Brenda moved to Hughes Springs with her sister, Debbie, and brother in law, Keith. Brenda attended Hughes Springs High School, where she was a cheerleader, and an active member of the student body. At age 16, while attending Hughes Springs High School, Brenda met her first love and the father of her children, the late Jeffrey Douglas Rainwater. Brenda and Jeff were married in 1981, at Chapel in The Pines. In 1982 Brenda and Jeff gave birth to their first child, Aaron Kyle Rainwater, and in 1987 gave birth to their second child, Ashley Kay Rainwater. Brenda and Jeff raised their family in Hughes Springs until 1990 when Jeff passed away and they moved to Mt. Pleasant, Tx. Brenda resided in Mt. Pleasant for the next 30 years of her life. During this time Brenda became a neighbor to her best friend and big sister Debbie Malone, with whom she shared the most special sibling bond. Also, during this time Brenda was able to be close to her niece, Amber Helmstetler, who she loved very dearly, and share a close relationship with her brother, Obie Ashley and his family. Additionally, Brenda had a very special relationship with her two children, Ashley and Kyle, who live in the DFW area. In 2016 Brenda became a grandmother for the first time when Kyle had his first child, Lucy. In 2019, Brenda became a grandmother to a second grandchild, Emma. Brenda was exceptionally proud to be a grandmother, and loved her two grandchildren very much. Lastly, in 2016, Brenda met her fiancé Gene. During her final years, Brenda grew to love Gene very much, and Gene never left her side up until her final breath. Brenda is survived by her two children, Kyle Rainwater of Las Colinas and Ashley Landry of Forney; sister, Debbie Malone of Mt. Pleasant; grandchildren, Lucy and Emma Rainwater of Las Colinas; nieces, Amber Helmstetler of Mt. Vernon, Ginger Stutzman of Greenville; nephews, Brian and Eric Ashley of Greenville; fiancé, Gene Kramp of Mt. Pleasant; daughter-in-law, Gina Rainwater of Las Colinas; mother-in-law, Virginia Rainwater of Marshall; brother- in-law, Keith Malone of Mt. Pleasant; sister-in-law, Delores Ashley of Greenville; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. Brenda was preceded in death by her husband, Jeffrey Douglas Rainwater; father, Arthur Airlene Ashley; mother, Nita Pauline Ashley; brother, Obie Ashley; and father-in-law, David Harold Rainwater. Funeral services are currently scheduled for Wednesday, March 25th at Reeder Davis Chapel. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home in Hughes Springs. Given the circumstances of the current Covid-19 outbreak, we ask that if you wish to attend the funeral services, we ask that you reach out to one of the family members, as we will be limited in capacity, and wish to stay within the guidelines put forth by the State of Texas. As things change, we will update the announcement. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Brenda Rainwater December 20 1964 March 18 2020.

Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Ore City

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death notice Brenda Rainwater December 20 1964 March 18 2020

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