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Genevil Branch Scott

Genevil Branch Scott loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt passed away Saturday, June 10, 2017 in Fort Worth, Texas at the age of 52.
Genevil was born June 25, 1964, in Canton, Mississippi to Willie Earl Shappard and Ann Lee Branch.
Celebration of life: 1:00 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017, at Brown, Owens & Brumley Funeral Home’s Chapel.
Survivors: Son, Christopher D. Branch and wife, Leah; brothers, Willie, Frank and Melvin Branch; sisters, Colonie Jackson, Margie Miller, Sharon Branch, Jeanett Branch and Mildred Daughtery; grandchildren, Joshua and Draegen Branch and Brittany Klepfer; great-granddaughter, Trinity Klepfer; many nieces, nephews and friends.

Brown, Owens & Brumley
Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson
(817) 335-4557

Condolence Messages

  1. Pastor James Horton

    We submit our sincere condolences and prayers, to the entire family during this phase of life departure.
    Be not dismayed whatever betide God will take care of you.

    Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church FAMILY
    Cleburne, TX
    Pastor James Horton

  2. Joshua and Draegen

    Nana, you were the best Nana in the whole world. We Miss and love so much!

    Always and Forever in our hearts and memories,
    Joshua and Draegen

  3. Momma,
    You left this earth way too soon! My heart is broken into a million pieces. I miss seeing you everyday and hearing you talk to the T.V. shows. I miss our talks. I feel at peace knowing your with the Lord and your not in pain and hurting anymore. I tell the boys your our guardian angel now and your always watching over us.
    Thank you for being such a great mother in law and friend! I love you!

    Always in my heart,

  4. What a loving n caring wonderful aunt that I have. As tears roll down my eyes I know that your place in heaven is a good view. I know that you is watching over each and everyone of us. You will always and forever be in my heart sweet lady. I love you

  5. You laid there in that hospital
    bed, you tried so hard to hold on.

    God was calling you home. He needed
    another angel to help pour out the rain.

    Tears have fallen, hearts where shattered,
    but it was time for you to fly home.

    Your loved ones came to say their last goodbyes,
    to tell you they loved you, and that you will be forever missed.

    As your heartbeat stopped, and your eyes slowly closed,
    God took another angel home.

    I didn’t want you to go but it was your time , your love and memories will never fade away , but forever be in a burial in my heart .

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