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Joy Marie BrannonJuly 22, 1988 ~ March 17, 2017 (age 28)
Joy Marie Brannon (Wigg) was born on July 22, 1988 to the parentage of Twalla Fields and Michael Aikins Brannon. She truly exemplified her name “Joy.” She was a very vivacious and enthusiastic young lady who didn’t wilt under the pressures of life...A loving and fun mother, caring daughter, loyal and protective sibling, and a true friend.
Joy was multi-talented and the exception to every rule. But, what was most unique about her was the gift of radiance of that smile that could light up your darkest day. She was admired for her creative marketing skills as she promoted her craft. Her business, “Aaron Michael’s” was her passion and Joy would create works of art in mere minutes through her creative and ingenious spirit. Joy was free spirited and uninhibited and so she lived a life undaunted.
Joy leaves to cherish her memory her son Aaron Michael Sullivan, mother Twalla Fields, Seattle, WA, father, Michael Aikins (Michelle) Brannon, Seattle, WA, grandmother Eartha Lee White , Mt. Pleasant, TX, brother R.oddrick (Doneshia) Fields, Mt. Pleasant, TX, Sister, Rainesha Graham, Houston TX, brother Diarra David Brannon Fields, St. George, UT, sister, Ebbony Brannon, Seattle, WA, brothers Michael Mitchell, Marcus Mitchell, Marcell Mitchell, Amahn Edwards, and Emmanuel Brannon, Seattle, WA, great aunts Peggy Donerlson, Dallas, TX, Margarette Pruitt, Dallas, TX, and Robelia Allen, Mt. Pleasant, TX, Richard (Sherrie Ann )Brewer, Mt. Pleasant, TX, uncle Hayward (Carla) Aikins III, Dallas, TX, Keith Fields, Mt. Pleasant, TX, Richard King Mt. Pleasant, TX, and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
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Missing every little bit of joy that you brought to my life and you will always be in my heart. My favorite and only braider I ever had love you girl sending prayers and healing to the family
💚for her S U N ☀
I know Joy from School... I Remember being funny always makin people laugh... haven't seen her much in our adult life, but I'm sure she still did the same... Most High please guide our Ancestors to protect and keep the family at peace at this most critical time in their lives... Love and prayers ur way!!