Brenda Denise Prevatt, age 54, of Ocala, FL passed away on Friday, October 9th, 2020 due to a tragic car accident. Brenda was born in New York to Marvin Copenhaver and Kathleen Jenkins on November 14th, 1965. She worked as a bartender at the VFW in Orange Lake, FL. Brenda enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. She loved being in the mountains and couldn't wait to go back.
Brenda is proceeded in death by her Husband, Billy Ray Prevatt; Father, Marvin Lewis Copenhaver; Brother, Darren Lewis Copenhaver; and Life Partner, Jerry Ray Robbins.
Brenda will continue to live on in the hearts of her children; Patricia Prevatt Elkhateab, William Prevatt, and Kathy Prevatt Vaughn. Grandchildren; Brendan, Aidyn, Laythan, Jayden, Aiyyah and Amelia Elkhateab. Aryiah, Aubrey, Zaidyn, Xzavier Prevatt, and Annalyze. Jessika Prevatt, Alyssa Lee, Taylor & Summer Vaughn, and Marina Killingsworth. Great-grandchildren; Jaad, Ailah & Jawad Elkhateab & Kiaylan Vaughn.
Her mother, Kathleen Patty; her sister, Melissa Copenhaver Allen; Brothers Adam Copenhaver, and Michael Copenhaver; as well as 8 nieces & nephews and 9 great-nieces & nephews.
Rest EASY MOM...We Love You!
"I couldn\'t imagine this time last week we would lose such a special woman, mother and friend. No matter what hour or what she was doing she always had time for u, if it was only to listen. Gonna be missed by many. My favorite answer she would always give me no matter how much I would rant and rave was \"I know\". My condolences to all the family. We lost a good one... Love you girl!!
Words cannot express what a blessing you were in my life. Many fond memories over the last couple years, and the honor of meeting most of your awesome family. You are certainly missed and loved. I\'m sorry you were taken so soon, and tragically. Huge hugs and love to all who\'s lives you touched. "
"Brenda what a blessing and privilege it was to have you as a part of our family. How I idolized how always take care of the people around you No matter what you were there. You were so beautiful, warm and loving. I will always think of you as my Aunt. Love forever sweet angel. Until we meet again love Lisa . This is from Billy Jones he said (you were a friend that a friend would like)."