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LANG, Brenda Kay (Allison)
LANG - Brenda Kay (ne;e Allison)
June 6, 1953 - November 25, 2017
Brenda Kay Lang was born to Paul and Bessie Allison on June 6, 1953 in Brockport, NY. She grew up in North Tonawanda, NY with her brother and four sisters. Brenda attended North Tonawanda Senior High School. She married the love of her life, David A. Lang, on June 27, 1970, and they eventually had two children, David and Hope. Brenda, sometimes called "Kay," "Bee," or "Bwen," was a loving and caring provider who always wanted to make others smile. She enjoyed cooking and made sure everyone was well-fed during visits to her home. Brenda was an artist at heart and passionate about crafting; she loved woodworking, painting, drawing, arranging flowers, and designing clever computer graphics for her one-of-a-kind greeting cards. Brenda's other hobbies included fishing with her husband, and playing the slots at her favorite places, Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut and WinStar Casino in Oklahoma. Mentioning the casino made her eyes light up, and her winning catchphrase was "I won sumpin!" Brenda was a movie lover, especially of classics like Rear Window and Arsenic and Old Lace. A strong republican, Brenda followed the news daily and was proud to share her political opinions. Brenda was preceded in death by her parents, Paul Eugene Allison and Bessie Romaine Allison; sister, Bonnie Lee (Allison) Storm; and brother, Steven Eugene Allison. She is survived by her husband, David Arnold Lang of Frisco, TX; son, David Arnold Lang II of Greenville, RI; daughter Hope Marie (Lang) Aubin of Middleboro, MA; grandchildren Noah David Lang, Rebecca Nicole Lang, Sarah Bethany Lang; sisters Donna Jean (Allison) Bennett of Lincolnton, NC, Pam Jane (Allison) Kunselman of Ransomville, NY, Kim Marie (Allison) Piorkowski of North Tonawanda, NY; and many cousins, nieces, and nephews, with special appreciation to cousin, Danny Allison, of Buffalo, NY. Brenda was loved while she was here with us and will continue to be loved through all time and eternity.
Stonebriar Funeral Home