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b-lancrain-pic.jpgBrenda Lee Lancrain died on Sunday, June 3, 2007 at Fairview University Hospital in Minneapolis. She was 36 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held on Thursday, June 7th at 7:00 P.M. at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora. Visitation will be 3 hours prior to the service (4:00-7:00 P.M.) on Thursday at the funeral home.


Brenda Lee (Partridge) Lancrain was born to Jim and Pat (Miller) Partridge on June 17, 1970 in Mora, Minnesota. She attended Mora schools. She greatly enjoyed spending time and talking with her daughters and her beloved canine companion and friend, Tanner. She also enjoyed reading Danielle Steele and suspense novels, along with cooking. She was most recently employed as a customer service representative in the Grand Rewards department at the Grand Casino in Hinckley.

Brenda will be deeply missed by all who knew her She was loved by all and was a wonderful mother, daughter, sister and friend.

She is survived by her daughters Kirsten (17) and Danielle (15) of Mora; parents Jim and Pat Partridge of Ogilvie; brother Cale (Danyel) Partridge of Mora; paternal grandparents Frank and Doris Partridge of Ogilvie; many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends.

6 thoughts on “BRENDA LEE LANCRAIN”

  1. I worked with Brenda @ EPC many years ago. I am so sorry about your loss. Brenda and I lost contact a few years ago. I remember the time we used my husband truck to get the girls swing set at Menards. We never laughed so much; because it required us to pick out the lumber pieces and loading it ourselves. We said what do we need help for??!! Lets just say it was a learning experience. But it must have all worked out; because Kirsten & Danielle got a swing set to play on. My husband, Ray called Brenda “chicken legs” because she had such skinny legs. She always laughed. Brenda was a good friend and will be missed deeply. My prayers are with you and your family.
    Denise Christiansen–320-384-6127
    Hinckley MN
    PS My mom worked with Doris at Nelson’s Variety.

  2. Our deepest sympathy. Our prayers go with the loved ones. She was a classmate of mine and always treated me with Respect. I will remember her for that.

  3. Dear Mr. & Mrs. (Miller) Partridge, Kirsten, Danielle and family:
    I was saddened to notice Brenda’s passing. I met her when she was David’s wife. My spouse, Joe, was best man at their wedding. Our hearts go out to Brenda’s girls. We hope family is around to comfort them. Teen years are tender ages for kids and so I pray that they are watched over by their loved ones and those above. They are precious girls and deserve that. We will pray for you all in your sorrow. It is hard to loose people young. I lost a cousin and friend last year, at 39. I’m so sorry Danielle and Kirsten and family. I hope time will ease your sadness.
    Catherine & Joe Lancrain and Girls

  4. I loved my mom more than anyone could even imagine. It was strange having her one day and not having her next day.. as time goes by i realize all the stuff she did for my sister and I. All of the stuff she gave up for us. Thinking about that, i will always have true respect for the woman who paid me 50 cents to clean the garage. My whole family was more than helpfull to me in my time in need. I wanna do a special thanx to my grandma Pat, Grandpa Jim,My aunt and uncle Cale and Danyel, and The Hendershot/Bock Family.

  5. We thank you so much for your words of sympathy. Denise we are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. Memories is all we haven. Thank you for sharing yours with us.
    -thank you. The Partridge Family and her girls

  6. I never learned why Brenda passed and it haunts me, but not as much as just the idea that she is missing and all the things her daughters, parents, friends and family will miss. I’m sure she is at peace watching over those she loved, but that all will miss her being in this temporal world. We are family of David, though haven’t seen him in recent years. We wish Danielle and Kirsten a bright future as their mom shines over watching. Just because you can’t touch her, doesn’t mean she won’t be there and doesn’t want the best for you. I wish for Brenda’s parents peace. I haven’t been in their place, except in being a mom and knowing just when your child is sick it hurts so. Everyone pray for them and wish them peace as they move forward.
    Love from St. Paul

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