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DICKENS, Brenda Lee (nee Westover) - (October 5, 1962- August 7, 2017) -

After living life to the fullest, always with a smile and a story or two, we sadly said goodbye to Brenda. She passed away peacefully Monday evening August 7, 2017 at Juravinski Hospital, while listening to her favorite country music and her friends dancing at her bedside.

She was surrounded by family and friends, just the way she always loved to be.

She is survived by her loving son Steven, her parents Clay and Eunice Westover, sisters' Sherrie and Angela, brother-in-law John, niece Marissa and nephew Brandon, and many close friends.

She leaves behind one beloved puppy "Dallas" but is now reunited with her other beloved puppy "Dakota". The two of them can now roam pain-free together.

Many thanks and a great appreciation goes out to the many nurses and doctors who took care of her in her last days at Juravinski ICU.

Visitation at Bay Gardens Funeral Home - "William J. Markey Chapel", 947 Rymal Road East, Hamilton on Tuesday August 15th from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, followed by a Memorial Service at Bay Gardens Funeral Home at 3:00 pm. A Celebration of Life reception will follow at Michelangelo Banquet Hall, 1555 Upper Ottawa St, Hamilton at 4:00 pm. Light refreshments to be served.

For those who wish, memorial donations made to the Cancer Assistance Program (CAP) would be greatly appreciated in her honour.

HamiltonObituaries.com

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DICKENS, Brenda Lee (nee Westover) - (October 5, 1962- August 7, 2017) -

After living life to the fullest, always with a smile and a story or two, we sadly said goodbye to Brenda. She passed away peacefully Monday evening August 7, 2017 at Juravinski Hospital, while listening to her favorite country music and her friends dancing at her bedside.

She was surrounded by family and friends, just the way she always loved to be.

She is survived by her loving son Steven, her parents Clay and Eunice Westover, sisters' Sherrie and Angela, brother-in-law John, niece Marissa and nephew Brandon, and many close friends.

She leaves behind one beloved puppy "Dallas" but is now reunited with her other beloved puppy "Dakota". The two of them can now roam pain-free together.

Many thanks and a great appreciation goes out to the many nurses and doctors who took care of her in her last days at Juravinski ICU.

Visitation at Bay Gardens Funeral Home - "William J. Markey Chapel", 947 Rymal Road East, Hamilton on Tuesday August 15th from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, followed by a Memorial Service at Bay Gardens Funeral Home at 3:00 pm. A Celebration of Life reception will follow at Michelangelo Banquet Hall, 1555 Upper Ottawa St, Hamilton at 4:00 pm. Light refreshments to be served.

For those who wish, memorial donations made to the Cancer Assistance Program (CAP) would be greatly appreciated in her honour.

HamiltonObituaries.com

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