of Paris, AR
April 29, 1966 - September 14, 2020
Brenda Lee Miner, 54, of Paris, Arkansas passed away Monday, September 14, 2020 at her home. She was born April 29, 1966 in Dardanelle, Arkansas to her parents, Mack Harris and Ruby Nell (Robinson) Harris. Brenda was a homemaker and a member of the First Assembly of God church. In her spare time Brenda enjoyed spending time in the outdoors swimming or camping, relaxing watching television or going dancing.Brenda is preceded in death by her parents, Mack and Ruby Harris; one sister, Judy Elliot; three brothers, Jackie Brock, Dennis Harris and Larry Harris; one grandson, Eeiden Miner.She is survived by her two sons, Allen Ray Miner and William Miner both of Paris; one daughter, Amanda Malarkey of Paris; two brothers, William Moore of California and Kenneth Harris of Oklahoma; two sisters, Patricia Connelly of Russellville and Virginia Robinson of Branch; seven grandchildren; other family members and friends. The family will hold a memorial service at 1:00 P.M., Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at Coles Chapel Cemetery south of Branch on State Hwy 41. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Roller Funeral Home. We are complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines. All attendees must provide and wear their own masks and practice social distancing.
My awesome bestie, but as she and I referred to each other SISTAS FROM NOTHA MISTAS..❤❤😭😭LOVE YOU AND ILL MISS YOU DEARLY BRENDA❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏❤❤❤
My prayers go out to your family.
I am sorry for the loss in your family.Pattie Atchley
Rest in peice mom it was a pleasure meeting you I'm gonna miss our conversations that we would have thank you for inviting us kids into your house I promise we will help take care of them for I know your watching over everyone we will see again one day until then
Hoping comfort can be drawn from knowing that your family are in the thoughts and prayers of many during this difficult time
Go rest high Brenda, no more pain and no more troubles,I'm jealous you got to go meet our savior face to face,oh what a happy day when we can all walk those streets of gold,I cant even imagine such a place where there'll be no more worries and no more tears,no more sorrow, and no more trying so hard to make it in this world so full of hatred and evil doers .I lone to see you again and share all the things good I never got to say to you.You were a wonderful mother and I'm so thankful to have got to co parent with you, Thank you sister for not judging me.Now I cant say thankyou for allowing me to be a part of the kids lives.I promise to do all I can to help the kids .I could never be as.great a mom as you are but I'll do my best to lead them on the right path if they'll allow me to be a part of their life. I will love them all as if they were my precious gifts from you and God.
Fly high aunt Brenda love and miss you you will always be in our hearts and minds for ever