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Brenda Lee Payne – January 23, 2018

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

Brenda Lee Payne

On January 23, 2018, my dear loving wife went home to her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. Brenda Lee Payne was born on May 8, 1940, to Ben & Bernice Tate in Santa Clara, Ca. Surviving her is her husband, John Payne; three married children: Lisa(Brent Dahlin in Ripon CA), Philip(Elizabeth in Moses Lake, WA.), Andrew(Alexis in Cave Creek, AZ).

She also leaves ten surviving grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, all who loved being with their Grandma Payne. Brenda attended Community EFC in Susanville, Ca., and was truly loved and a dedicated servant to God’s people. She will be greatly missed, and we all look forward to joining her one day in Heaven.

“How precious in the sight of our Lord is the death of His saints”…Psalm 116:15



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