Scully, Brenda Lynne

Scully, BrendaApril 02, 1955 – August 11, 2015
At the age of 60 years

Scully, Brenda Lynne ( nee Morrison ) Born April 2, 1955 in Calgary, taken by cancer on August 11, 2015 at her home in Blind Bay, BC. Wife of Gregg, mom to Bryan & Stacy, grandma to Nathan, sister to Marilyn & Scott, dear friend to Mary Lou, family and friend to many others. She had an inquiring personality coupled with an energy and optimism that we all loved. Caring for those around her was who she was. Her life was family, activity, places and travel. It was a life well lived but taken too soon. We will all miss her deeply. There will be no service; her ashes will be spread on the lake she loved.

9 Comments

  1. Gregg, Bryan and Stace, sending our condolences in the loss of your beautiful wife and mom. Definitely taken too soon but what a life she lived! I can’t recall a time seeing her without a smile on her face, and always there to chat with great advice and encouragement! Brenda you will be forever loved and forever missed. Lori and Logan Thom

  2. We are deeply saddened by the passing of Brenda. We are holding all of the family in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time, especially Brian who holds a special place in my heart.

    Much love,

    Sue and Bruce

  3. Gregg and family, our condolences on your huge loss. Remembering our friendship with you, Brenda and family in Calgary and our trip to Panorama.
    Deepest sympathy
    John and Kathy Exley and family

  4. Dear Gregg, Bryan and Stacy,
    It’s difficult to find the right words to say at this time but just know that my thoughts are with all of you right now.
    I’ll always remember Brenda walking down the aisle at Stacy and Blakes’ wedding. I remember how beautiful she looked that day. She radiated beauty from the inside out.
    My heartfelt condolences,
    Lindsay Macri

  5. We were deeply saddened to see Brenda’s information in the obituaries of the Edmonton Journal a few days ago. We just want to let you know Gregg that our thoughts are with you and your family at this time. There are no words that will bring solace, but knowing that friends are out there may provide a sense of support.
    I remember our connections as we all traveled to Edmonton for a new legacy in ATC almost 20 years ago. Brenda was a great hostess and fun person to be with as I remember, I wish I had got to know her better. You are in our thoughts; Wayne and Susan Terris.

  6. Gregg, Bryan, Stacy, Marilyn & Scott, thinking of you in this time of sorrow. We would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Rob & Gail Kellas

  7. Gregg and Family
    Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. We have some great memories of many happy times spent with the two of you. You were fabulous neighbours and great friends.
    We will always remember Brenda fondly and feel lucky that we had the pleasure of knowing her. You are in our thoughts. Roy and Arlene Hancock

  8. Gregg and family,
    We were very sad to hear of Brenda’s passing last week. Our hearts go out to you for such a tremendous loss of a wife and mother.
    We remember Brenda as a fun loving person with such a beautiful smile!
    We hope that the warm memories of her will stay with you and bring you healing and peace over time.
    Our sincerest sympathy to all of you.
    Catherine and Dennis McCrea

  9. My thoughts are with all you at this difficult time. I will always think of Brenda as a wonderful cousin and strong person-she will be missed.

    Sincerely,
    Susan Rauch

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