Obituary for Jerryce Womack Brasher

Jerryce Womack Brasher

Jerryce Womack Brasher

Jul 15th, 1944 - Mar 3rd, 2021
Born:
Jul 15, 1944
Died:
Mar 3, 2021
Visitation Date:
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 5:00PM until 7:00 PM
Visitation Location:
Cedar Crest Baptist Church under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home West Monroe.
3245 Arkansas Rd, West Monroe, LA 71291 [Map]
Funeral Date:
10:00 AM Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Funeral Location:
Cedar Crest Baptist Church
3245 Arkansas Rd, West Monroe, LA 71291 [Map]
Survived by:
husband: James (Jim) D. Brasher Jr.
sons: Chris Brasher (Melinda)
Dusty Brasher (Amanda)
Kevin Brasher (Kendra)
grandchildren: Cale Brasher
Kelsey Brasher
Austin Brasher
Cole Brasher
Cooper Brasher
Colton Brasher
great-granddaughter: Hazelyn Brasher
sister: Sandra Stuart and husband Winston
brother-in-law: Ronnie Brasher and wife Mat
several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers:
Cale Brasher
Kelsey Brasher
Austin Brasher
Cole Brasher
Cooper Brasher
Colton Brasher
Presider:
Dr. Greg Clark

Biography: Jerryce was born July 15, 1944 in DeRidder, LA and passed away March 3, 2021 in West Monroe. Jerryce enjoyed many activities including traveling with Jim, her husband of almost 55 years. They enjoyed many trips together and with friends, including a Caribbean cruise, a trip to Hawaii, and especially their two trips to Alaska. They also enjoyed their trip to Colorado and many trips to Branson, Missouri by themselves and with friends and family. Jerryce worked for almost 30 years as a migrant tutor and a teacher's aide with the Ouachita Parish School system. She and Jim have been season ticket holders for West Monroe High School football since 1978. She loved bringing her bells to the games and ringing them as loudly as she could. (Legend even says she brought the first cowbell to Rebel Stadium.) Jerryce and Jim also loved to host their New Year's Eve gumbo party for almost 15 years. Jerryce was a faithful and devoted member of Cedar Crest Baptist Church for over 35 years and was a member of the Hand Bell Choir. Her church family always knew her as a loving and caring person. Jerryce was also a proud member of the Byrd High School lunch bunch. She loved all her children, grandchildren, and great-granddaughter deeply and loved nothing more than spending time with them and watching all their sporting events and enjoying anything in which they participated. She was preceded in death by her parents, Kelley Womack and Mildred Whiddon Womack.

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