Brenda Pavese Obituary
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Brenda Louise Pavese

May 7, 1944 - May 18, 2013

Brenda Louise Pavese, 69, a six year resident of Henderson, passed away on May 18, 2013 at her house on Red Planet St.
She was born on May 7, 1944 in Eerie Pennsylvania to Lewis and Mabel Arnink. She met her husband to be and partner for life at the age of 18 and she married Kenneth Pavese of Oakland, California on March 13, 1965.
Brenda had two children one boy and one girl. The boy, Shane was born on October 18, 1968 and the girl, Tiffanie, was born on August 26, 1974.

She completed 12 years of school at Anaheim High. She worked in a City directory called Luskey Bros. for several years. She was a volunteer teacher’s aide for kindergarten at Morningside Elementary in Garden Grove, California. Brenda also ran a daycare in her house on Hope Street Garden Grove, California.

Brenda along the way gathered the friendship of Karen & Ed Collins, Larry & Donna Lapow, and Frank & Karen Goodin.
She enjoyed sitting and watching people walk by in a park. She liked watching TV, she enjoyed being the life of the party, bringing laughter to everyone.

Brenda is survived by her husband, Kenneth Pavese, her son Shane, and her Daughter Tiffanie. She has one granddaughter, two step granddaughters, and two step great granddaughters. All of whom live in Arizona. She also is a surrogate Grandmother to a boy named Kobe whose father was in Iraq when he was born.
Burial will be held on the 31st of May at the Boulder City Veterans Cemetery at 12:00pm

"I was aware of Brenda's passing - Pam Robin Kindergarten teacher informed us. Now I must tell you that I found out yesterday that Pam died on Dec.21st. ..."

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