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What Was Brennan Mosley’s Obituary? (November 25, 1993 – April 8, 2024)

brennan mosley obituary

brennan mosley obituary

Brennan Mosley was born in Louisiana’s Bossier City. He was the crown jewel of his family as a child. Everyone he met was influenced by his love of life and lively personality. He loved living where he did and never thought about moving.

Brennan got his Ph.D. in political science and history from Louisiana Tech University in 2017. He called himself a scholar. It was amazing how much he cared about politics, religion, and events worldwide. He learned everything he touched and remembered everything.

Brennan liked speaking in front of crowds whenever there was a platform nearby. His friends and family were always having fun with him. One of his favorite times was leading the service for his paternal grandparents’ 50th wedding anniversary.

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The people who raised him, Eddye Julian and James Engelke, had already died.

His mother, Pamela Engelke Mosley, his father, Lance Mosley and wife, Tess Mosley, and his brother, Gordon Mosley and wife Kirstin Usie Mosley, as well as his grandparents, Mary Alice and Jerry Mosley, his niece, Liza Katherine Mosley, his aunt and uncle, Carla and Lee Davis, and his aunt and uncle, Dianne and Marc Gibson, will always remember him. He also leaves many loving family members and friends, including his cousins Ashby Davis and wife Bryleigh, Caroline Thomas and husband Blake, Glenda Cawood and husband Marvin.

On April 13, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., Brennan’s family and friends will be able to visit the Central Assembly of God, 700 Highway 80, Haughton, LA. At 11 a.m., there will be a celebration of his life.

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Many people want to know what caused Brennan’s sudden death, but his family has asked for privacy during this hard time. They’re grateful for all the support and ask that people please give them space to grieve and remember Brennan without disturbing others.

You can honor the person by giving money or time to CADA-Shreveport or your neighborhood church.

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