Condolences - Elanor Louise Brawner

Sending sincere condolences to Mr Brawner, Neal, and Beth on the passing of this amazing woman who touched so many lives. She was my German teacher at FKHS, and she brought tremendous patience and humor to her class and craft. I feel so fortunate to have connected with her later in life as well. May you be comforted by her faith and in the knowledge that she was loved by so many. ❤️

From: Michelle Brawley Ferragamo

I’m so sorry for your loss. Elanor and my mom were high school friends and I was the flower girl at her wedding. She’ll be missed

From: Lucinda Weddle

I worked with Elanor my first two years as a librarian at Fort Knox High School 1973-75. But when I found her on Facebook three years ago and commented on her beautiful flowers, she invited me over to get seeds. Such a lovely lady.

From: Susan McEwen

Sad to see Elanor’s passing on FB. I enjoyed seeing her at previous Casey Co. High Association lunches. I was a Liberty kid, moving away when I went to Uk, but never forgetting or coming back to my hometown. I was daughter of Riley and Jeannette, granddaughter of Otis Thomas, former owner of Casey News.

From: Angie Allen Gaskins

We are so sorry! Mrs. Brawner was such a special lady!! May God comfort you all during this difficult time & in the days ahead.

From: David, Michele, Brittany & Kristen Swiney

Dear Larry and Family, We are so sad to hear of Elanor's death. She was a wonderful friend and mentor to me, always full of smiles and interested in what i was doing. She will be greatly missed. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. Barry and Judy

From: Barry and Judy Clark 356 Highway 258 New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island Canada C0A 1N0

May you find comfort in the joyful memories, peace in connection with God, and happiness of sharing your time, love,and laughter with someone who was so full of life. She was always warm, friendly, and creative. A true inspiration.

From: Sharon Riordan

I will miss her greatly. She was an inspirational 1st cousin. Our mothers were sisters and Aunt Esther was like a 2nd Mom to me, so in many ways Elanor was more like a sister. She was cheerful, fun loving and studious. She inspired me to make French my minor at U of KY. She shared with me her love of flowers and gardening, her love of books and reading, her faith, her mother's interest in our geneology, and her love of traveling. She has left her mark on many and will be sorely missed!

From: Wickie Utley

larry so sorry for your loss of a wonderful lady.

From: d preston

I extend condolences to family in the passing of Elanor

From: David L. Coffey

I'm SO Sorry about Eleanor! She was such an amazing person! Her Family is in my thoughts and prayers ❣️

From: Lillian Weller

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