Rebecca Greeson Brantley

January 25, 2016
Rebecca Greeson Brantley

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Rebecca Greeson Brantley, 64, of Hendersonville, passed away Monday, January 25, 2016 at the Elizabeth House.
She was the daughter of the late John and Myrtle Greeson and was also preceded in death by her brothers, Lee and Frank Greeson.
Rebecca was a native of Tupelo, MS and a resident of Henderson County for eight years. She was a registered nurse and worked for Doctors Hospital in Jackson, MS and Pardee Hospital.
She is survived by her daughter, Rollyn Childers and husband, Todd; son, Keith Brantley and wife, Jamie; grandchildren, London Childers and Emme Brantley; sister-in-law, Michelle Greeson; nieces, Laura and Jeni Greeson; nephew, Caden Greeson; and former husband, Terry Brantley and wife, Jodi.
The family request that memorial contributions be made to The American Lung Association by CLICKING HERE.

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  • January 29, 2016
    Amy Turner Steel says:
    Mrs. Brantley will always be remembered for the amazing woman and mother that she will always be. I have so many great memories of her through knowing Rollyn. My prayers and thoughts are going to the family at this time.

  • January 29, 2016
    Jan Wylie says:
    Becky and I were classmate sand friends way back in junior high school. I had not seen her in decades when we discovered we lived in neighboring states. Sadly, we never got the opportunity to visit in person. So sorry for your loss. I am holding your entire family in prayer.

  • January 29, 2016
    Janet Bullock Berry "Joody" says:
    Ms. Becky was my first boss, my high school best friend's mom, my encourager, my 2nd mom, and someone you always wanted on your side (you didn't want her on your bad side:) She loved her kids, grandkids, and pets more than anything!! She meant a so much to so many of us and she will truly be missed. I love you Ms. Becky and thank you so much for always being there for us crazy kids and for telling me that I better be a nurse!!

  • February 04, 2016
    Jan Easterling Levesque, Fort Worth, TX says:
    Becky was my best friend for years in school. She was truly one of a kind and I deeply regret not staying in touch for life. I loved her more than any friend before or after.