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Brenda Michaels

Visitation for Brenda Michaels, age 69, of Kemp, Texas will be held at 11:30 A.M. on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, at Anderson Clayton Bros. Funeral Home Kemp, TX. Interment will take place at Kemp Cemetery. Mrs. Michaels passed away on Sunday, January 2, 2022, in Tyler, Texas. Brenda Nell Michaels was born on March 24, 1952, in Dallas, TX to Henry Nelson Hood and Helen Ruth Hood.

Brenda was born on March 24, 1952, in Dallas, Texas to Henry N. Hood and Helen R. (Cooper) Hood. Brenda married William Michaels, Sr. on March 29, 1967. Brenda spent 55 years of her life doing what she enjoyed most, being a dedicated military wife and a mother to three children that were all so dear to her.

She is survived by her husband, her sons William L. Michaels Jr. and Salvadore J. Michaels; grandchildren: Henry Michaels-Johnson, Brittany Michaels-Hammer, Anthony Michaels, William L. Michaels III, and Joleigh E. Michaels; great-grandchildren: Jackson Hammer, Colby Hammer.

Brenda was preceded in death by her father, and her son Dominic T. Michaels.



I'm sad I didn't get a chance to say goodbye. But I know you're finally at peace and in no pain. I hope you know that I loved you very much! Please watch over all of us up there. I love you Nana!

- Brit❤️

Brittany Hammer Jan 5 2022 3:30 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Brenda Michaels

Brittany Hammer Jan 5 2022 3:28 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Brenda Michaels

Your friend that will miss our talks. RiP Jan 5 2022 2:02 PM

I can't believe you're really gone! You were supposed to call me back. I love you Brenda! I've loved since I was a 15 year old girl. I know Nick is so happy to hug you again- just like you are him! I will miss our long conversations and laughs about the old times. I'll see you when I get there- until then save me a spot.
Love Always- Shanda

Shanda Marler Jan 3 2022 10:46 PM

A photo was added for Brenda Michaels

Unknown Jan 3 2022 10:36 PM

Well PRINCESS I'm so fortunate and blessed that I got to spend these last few years to be with you and help dad take care of you in some of your hardest times.i NEVER did mind taking care of you and you were NEVER a burden tho you always thought you were even if it was just to come help you change the channel on your t.v.or bring you that strawberry sundae I loved every minute of it and if I could of traded places with you I would of and you always knew I would.im glad I got to say I love you and to hear you being able to tell me you loved me to but you always told me you loved me and for me to never forget that.you were and are my world I hope you knew how much I loved you to and I'll always be your SUNSHINE.
Love you forever and always .

Joey Michaels Jan 3 2022 8:05 PM