Marian Bernice Brand
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    1820 Mt. Elliott Avenue
    Detroit, MI 48207-3496

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Dear Sue:
I was so saddened to read of your mom's passing. I will always remember her as a beautiful, classy and elegant lady who always had a smile on her face. She never had a cross word to anyone. Each time I watch "Ellen" I think of her and how much she enjoyed laughing at that show.

Sue...I will always remember how dutifully attentive, loving and caring you were to your mom in your day to day care of her needs.

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Posted by: Kathy Szajna, RN - Romeo, MI - Nurse from Right At Home   Jan 11, 2013

I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I met your Mom in the early 70's. She took care of of my son, Leon from the time he was about 2 1/2 at Bethel Day Care until he started 1st grade. We have been exchanging Christmas cards every year since, including this year and sometimes I sent her pictures of Leon and his family. He is 41 years old and he still remembers her as Miss Marian. Your

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Posted by: Barbara Dixon - Shelby Township, MI - Mother of Leon Gamble    Jan 10, 2013

Sue, I'm so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. My thoughts and prayers will be with you and Carol.


Posted by: Mary Treppa - Warren, MI - friend   Jan 10, 2013

To the Brand Family:
You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your Beloved Mother and GrandMother. I am sending hugs and prayers your way.


Posted by: Wendy Michele Tiller - Troy, MI - Sister-in-Law to David F. Brand   Jan 09, 2013

To my loving husband David and the Brand Family. My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless Vernal


Posted by: Dr. Vernal Brand - Troy, MI - Daughter in law   Jan 09, 2013

We are eternally grateful to Aunt Marion for introducing us to one another way back in 1980. She did so in such a creative and romantic way. Also, she was so wonderful and kind to our son Tony, when he first began school in a strange place. She was his best firend at a difficult time in his life. Thank you, Aunt Marion! Rest in peace.


Posted by: Robert & Jan Marl - Macomb, MI - Nephew   Jan 09, 2013