Tonawanda News

Obituaries

September 20, 2013

Jeffrey A. Brenon

GRAND ISLAND — Jeffrey A. Brenon, age 55, of Grand Island and formerly of the City of Tonawanda, passed away Friday, September 20, 2013, after a long battle with cancer. He was the husband of the late Lynn M. (nee Sullivan) Brenon; son of the late Robert H. and Alberta (nee Brock) Brenon and brother of the late Gary Brenon. Jeffrey was a 1976 graduate of Tonawanda High School.

He is survived by two children, John Brenon of Grand Island and Heather Brenon Golden and his granddaughter, Crystal Golden, both of North Carolina; his loving friend and companion, Sandra Schley; five sisters and three brothers, Robert Jr., Barbara, Gerald, Duane, Nancy, Beverly, Bonnie and Brenda.

Friends may call Sunday from 2-4 & 6-8 PM at John O. Roth Funeral Home, Inc., 25 William St. (between Morgan & Broad Sts.), in Tonawanda. A private prayer service and burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Visit www.tonawanda-news.com/obituaries for online guest register.

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