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Obituary: Brenda Sue Bohannon-Conatser, 56, of Nashville


Brenda Sue Bohannon-Conatser, 56, of Nashville, went to be with the Lord and the angels on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019. She was born Dec. 14, 1962.

She was cremated and memorialized by family and friends on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. Brenda was a beautiful person inside and out. She loved her children and her grandchildren more than life itself.  During her illness, she continuously said her only sadness was that she would miss watching them grow up and seeing what they would become in their lives, but assured us all that she would always be watching over us.  Her favorite place on earth was the beach and how she hoped to make it for one more trip  — she can now enjoy it anytime she wants to, for as long as she wants to. She fought a hard fight against her cancer and even though she didn’t beat it here on earth; we know that she did in heaven and is no longer sick or in any pain.

She was proceeded in death by her father, Charles E. Bohannon; step-father, Johnny R. Price; paternal grandparents, Fred and Ruthel Bohannon; maternal grandparents, Coy and Lois Cowart.

She is survived by her mother, Shirley Price of Nashville; her husband, Allan Conatser of Nashville; her son, Chris Gilbert (Amanda) from Port Lavaca, Texas; son Braden Conatser from Nashville; daughter Kerri Ward from Texarkana, Ark.; daughter Hannah Pate (Ryan) from Kirby, Ark.; also, a brother, Charles W. Bohannon from Prescott, Ark.; sister, Cindi Brown (Charlie) from Belton, Texas; sister Pam McElyea (Billy) from Nashville, Ark.; grandchildren, River, Lakelynn, and Karley Gilbert; Dalleigh Fant; and Ellory Ward; a niece, four nephews, six great-nieces, and three great-nephews, plus a host of other family members and friends.

Thank you to Tim and Trisha Young, Jeannie Shaw, Frankie Tollett, Myron and Carol Young, Sharon Westfall, Linda Clevenger, Cheryl Toler, and Marion Scott for a beautiful memorial. A special thank you for her home health nurse, Rebecca Pope, she loved you so much.

We love you. We miss you. We will see you again.