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Rosemary Lynett Brandon

Born in Lynbrook, NY on Aug. 26, 1953.
Departed on Jun. 10, 2017 in Melbourne, FL.

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Service: Wed. June 21st at 1pm
Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home , Melbourne, FL

Rosemary Lynett Brandon, 63, passed away on June 10 in Melbourne, Florida, with her husband, Curt Brandon, by her side.

She was born August 26,1953, in Lynbrook, New York and was the youngest child to Philip and Jeanne Lynett. Rosemary spent her childhood in Lynbrook until her parents moved to Denver, and there she graduated from Denver East High School. During her life Rosemary spent extensive time in Denver, Colorado, Marquette, Michigan and Melbourne, Florida where her outgoing and friendly personality made an impact wherever she went.

She very much enjoyed spending time with her family, traveling and cruising, listening to music, antiques, boating, shopping and of course, her opinion. The highlight of her adulthood was her first trip to Europe, when she visited Germany and the United Kingdom. When not shopping on the internet or spending time with family, she devoted much of her time and energy to her health, as she battled Multiple Sclerosis courageously for the last 20 years- without ever complaining about the new adventures that the disease brought to her and her family.

Rosemary is survived by her loving husband Curt, her mother, Jeanne, her brother Mathew and his wife, Ruby Lynett, her two sisters and their husbands, Jeanne Schinn, and Mary and Jim Groves. She also leaves her son and his wife, Joe and Shawn Fijol; her four daughters and their husbands; Kerri and Doug Barber, Kelly and Ryan West, Sharon Brandon-Perez, Susan Brandon-Moxley; and her seven grandchildren, Michael, Nate, Hannah, Joseph, Jaggar, Jessica and Caleb.

A memorial service is scheduled for 1pm Wednesday June 21st at the Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home in Melbourne, Florida.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent on behalf of Rosemary Brandon to: MS Donation In Honor of Rosemary Lynett Brandon Any donations will help the National MS Society support promising research into the cause, treatment, and management of MS.

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