Brandi Shea Russell Rasnake

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Brandi Shea Russell Rasnake

Brandi Shea Russell Rasnake, 42, of Athens, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017, at Sweetwater Hospital.

She was born to Philip Haney and Lollie Mae Jones Haney on Oct. 27, 1975, in Wurzburg, Germany. 

She is a lifelong resident of McMinn County and a member of Eastview Baptist Church. She was a 1994 graduate of McMinn Central High School, and was previously employed with Collins & Aikman. She loved traveling and spending time with her family, friends and her loving dog “Hitch."

She was preceded in death by her father, Philip Haney; her paternal grandparents, Bruce and Eliza Haney; maternal grandparents, Ernest and Betty Jones; one brother, Shannon Russell; and one sister, Stacey Russell Strickland.

Survivors include her fiancé, Randell Hall of Englewood; her mother, Lollie Jones Haney of Athens; two future sons: Tyson Hunter Hall and Ryan Landon Hall; one sister, Mickey Jo Hardin of Athens; one brother, Philip Bruce Haney of Athens; three special nephews: William Joseph Harmon, Ashton Gage Harmon, Zebulen Gary Hardin; two aunts: Helen and Buddy Ferrell, and Betty and Delano Steadman of Calhoun; special cousins: David Parrott of Colorado and Derek Parrott of Calhoun; special friends: Michelle Hall and Sissy Blankenship; and several cousins and extended family.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date to be held at the Everlasting Life Baptist Church in Englewood.

For online condolences, visit website at www.serenityfunerals.com.
In lieu of flowers or memorials, her family ask that donations be made to defray medical and final expenses.

Serenity Funeral Home and Cremation Center of Etowah is in charge of the arrangements.

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