Angela "Renee" Brewer, 49, of 9873 Lawrence Road in Boynton Beach, Florida, was found deceased on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018.
A celebration of her life will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday at The Palmer Building in Charlotte, North …
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A celebration of her life will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday at The Palmer Building in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Renee was born on Nov. 18, 1968, in Sumter. She worked as a dental hygienist and took much pride in giving people the best smile possible. Her own smile lit up any room, her kindness was like no other, and she never met a stranger. Renee loved to eat hot wings, hang at the beach, and dress up for Halloween. She watched the movie "A Christmas Story" countless times and celebrated every holiday known to man.
Survivors include her parents, Earl Pink Berry Jr. (Dianne) and Donna Glover Berry; siblings, Shawn Berry Clark (Kenny) of Charleston, Kevin Earl Berry of O'Fallon, Illinois, and Brianna Lyn Berry of Charleston; nephews, Peyton Love and Harrison Berry; and nieces, Dana Kippel, Emily Berry and Katie Berry; aunts, Peggy Berry Mathis of Columbia and Jan Berry of Sumter; and uncle, Ben E. Glover (Crystal) of Elgin. Renee is also survived by two children, Mitzi and Wentworth, her beloved adopted pit bulls she raised with Thomas "Tom" Brewer of Mooresville, North Carolina.
She was preceded in death by two uncles, John Milton "Mickey" Berry and Gerald "Jerry" Glenn Berry, both of Sumter.
In lieu of flowers or to show your support, please consider giving a donation in Renee Brewer's name to The Invisible Illnesses online at https://www.theinvisibleillnesses.org/. The Invisible Illnesses is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health by providing a public platform for individuals who have been affected by mental illness and suicide to share their stories and connect with others.
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You may go to www.bullockfuneralhome.com and sign the family's guest book.
The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.
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