Brenda Raines

Brenda Raines Obituary


Age - 80


September 10, 2023


Marietta, GA

Ms. Brenda Richardson Raines born March 23, 1943 and passed away September 6th, 2023 as a result of natural causes. She is survived by her sons Denny Raines (Lynn), Timmy Raines (Cindy), Grandchildren John Ryan Bieser,(Gina) Jessica Ralich(Chris) Justin Raines, (Katie) Dusty Raines,(Alivia) T. J. Raines, greatgrandchildren Cheyenne, Ryan, Mayzalyn, Carter, Kinsley, Charlie, Bo and Porter. Brenda was a resident of Gilmer county in Ellijay Ga. in the Coosawattee River Resort that she referred to as "Her Mountain"!!! She enjoyed her 15 plus years of the mountains, birds, bears, deer and flowers until it was too much to bear on her own. A visitation of family and friends will be Tuesday, September 12,2023 at 11:00 am Southern Cremations and Funeral home, 640 McGarity Rd. Mcdonough with a Graveside service immediately following in the East Lawn Memorial Gardens. The family would like to Thank each and every one of you for giving us your precious time to visit with us or if you didn't get to visit we thank you for your thoughts and prayers. Psalm 23:4 Even though WE walk through the valley of the shadow of death we fear no evil for" The Lord our God" walks right there with us.

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