Estelle Oline Brennan

March 20, 1935 - February 17, 2009

Estelle Brennan age 73, of Plano, Texas, passed away on February 17, 2009. She was born on March 20, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to George and Estelle (Longtin) Rasmussen. On September 22, 1956 she married Edward A. Brennan in Yeadon, Pennsylvania. Estelle retired as an ER nurse from Richardson Medical Center. She was a member of St. Marks Catholic Church. She is survived by her husband, Edward A. Brennan of Plano, Texas; sons, Robert Edward Brennan and wife Donna of Mesquite, Texas and Craig Joseph Brennan and wife Michelle of Allen, Texas; daughter, Adrienne Henkle and Stan Beeman of Plano, Texas; grandchildren, Robert, Patrick, Amber, Amanda, Alyssa, Rory, Blake Lang and Heather; great grandchildren, Andrew and Sydney; sisters, Adele Hayes of Plano, Texas, Adrienne Duffy of Richmond, Virginia and Nancy Witt of Orlando, Florida. She was preceded in death by her parents, and a son, Glenn Joseph Brennan. A private Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, February 21, 2009 in the Chapel at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, with (clergy) officiating.

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My Mom This is how I would describe my Mom, from my own eyes. Mom, you’re the most caring, loving Mother anyone could ask for. Mom, this is so hard to put into words. As a little girl growing up, you were always there for me. All the baton practices, recitals, and parades. The countless rides to the bus stop, and sitting with me ‘til the bus got there. Then, we moved to Texas, I joined the swim team. Little did I know how involving that would be. The 5 AM practices, the swim meets all over Texas. You were always there, Mom. Thank you. Thank you, Mom, for the countless nights you sat at the kitchen table helping your grand-daughter with her school work, knowing you had to get up early and go to work. You were always there, Mom. Thank you. Retirement didn’t slow you down. You drove back and forth to Dallas so your grand-daughter could be in the school that could help her most. Thank you. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about you. I know you’re not in any pain, and you and Daddy are now together. I still wish you could be with me too. I’ll see you in Heaven. You’re the greatest Mom anyone could have. I love you. Your only daughter, Adrienne PS: I left a heartfelt letter to my Dad on his page Adrienne Estelle Henkle, March 24, 2009 I worked with Estelle for 24 years at the hospital. She was an excellant nurse, mentor and human being. May God be with you at this time. Sharon L McCarty, February 22, 2009 Dear Family, I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one. You can be assured that comfort and encouragement can be found in the Bible. At Revelations 21: 4 you can read of a time when pain and suffering will be no more. What a wonderful hope. Please take care of yourselves. Sincerely Mrs. Sandi Watkins, February 21, 2009 I offer my heartfelt sympathies to Estelle's family and friends. She was a wonderful lady and I feel privileged to have known her and her family for the last 30 years. Tom Hoover, February 20, 2009 Please accept my heartfelt sympathies for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jacqueline Lynn Parker, February 19, 2009 MY SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO THE BRENNAN FAMILY. I HAVE LOST MY MOM AS WELL BUT SHE IS VERY MUCH ALIVE IN MY HEART. I PRAY THAT WILL BE THE SAME. IN DEEPEST SYMPATHY, DEBRA CHILDRESS TIM HOWARD DEBRA MALLETT CHILDRESS, February 18, 2009