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Briana Noel Walker

July 4, 1983 - April 16, 2017

Briana Noel Walker, of Frisco, Texas took her life on Easter Sunday 2017. Briana, who was born on the Fourth of July, 1983 in Oklahoma City to Johnny and Angela, she is survived by her four sons, Noah, Johnny, Dylan and Cade; they were the smile on her face and the warmth of her heart.

Briana was excitement and passion personified to her parents, Johnny and Glo; and sisters, Ashley, Brittany, Courtney and Dana. She is survived by them and her brothers-in-law, Manny, Dave and Matt; nine adoring nieces and nephews, her fiancé, Jonathan and his children Maddie and Sammy; and her Aunt Erin and Uncle Tiny Tim, Aunt Kathleen, Aunt Nancy and Uncle Mark, Aunt Jeri and Uncle Mike, Aunt Jo, Uncle David and Aunt Carolyn, and Aunt Debbie and Uncle Sid.

She joins her beautiful mother in death, as well as her grandparents.

A service in her honor will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home 8520 Main Street, Frisco, TX 75033. Family and friends are invited to a visitation from 6 PM-8PM on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Funeral Home.

Briana struggled for years with depression. Please learn to recognize the signs of depression in yourself and your loved ones. It is never too late to find help.

*National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

 

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Words cannot express the heaviness I feel in my heart for your family's loss. Briana was a beautiful and talented young mother. I pray her sons always know that she loved them dearly. Praying for peace and comfort for your family. Sharlotte Renier, April 24, 2017 I am so sorry for your family. I did not know this young woman but I know how you feel. We lost our grand son 3 years ago the same way. I know you are heartbroken. May God bless you. Linda Seals, April 23, 2017 Bri you will be greatly missed. It just won't be the same walking into work and your face is not there to greet me. No one to tease about the music and no one to maintain our break room. It's the little things but they mean so much. Rest well my dear. Kanesha Thompson, April 21, 2017 So sorry, praying for you guys..you are so beautiful bri and a awesome girl..love you guys.. JESSICA COOK, April 20, 2017 Briana was kindness personified. She went out of her way to help, anyone, anytime. I pray for peace for her family, and for her sons, I pray they are always aware that she loved them above all else. Praying for you all. Briana, I miss your smile as I walk into work each morning. Lynn Martin, April 20, 2017 So sorry for your loss. Praying for the family Beth & Rick Robinson, April 20, 2017 Johnny, Glow and family, We lost Brandi 6 years ago tomorrow. We have a understanding of what you are going thru and want you to know we are here for you. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. James and Kristy Kennedy, April 19, 2017 Johnny and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I know that nothing I say can really releave the heart ache that you are going through right now. Everyone says, time will heal. It will make it a little less painful, but you will always miss your beautiful Briana. Just remember that she is always there in your hearts and all around you, when you least expect it, she will be there in your thoughts and bring a smile to your face and heart. My sincere sympathy. Diane Kenyon Diane Kenyon, April 19, 2017 Johnny and family - words cannot express the sadness I feel for you and your family. My love, thoughts and prayers continue for all of you to bring you peace and courage to face the days ahead. Hold all your loving memories in your hearts. I pray all of your hearts and souls find peace and comfort at this very difficult time. Sending lots of hugs and love, Joni
Joni Schiell, April 18, 2017 Sending all my love and prayers to the family. I can't begin to imagine what you must be going through, and I wish I could help in some small way. May you find comfort in the fact that she is no longer suffering. Shirlin Poupard, April 18, 2017