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Onieta Wylodine Brewster

January 7, 1929 ~ October 7, 2014

JENNINGS Funeral services for Mrs. Onieta Wylodine Brewster, 85, will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, October 10, 2014 in the Miguez Funeral Home with Brother Brian Wells officiating. Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery. Funeral home visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. Friday until time of services. Mrs. Brewster died at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 7, 2014 in the Lexington House in Alexandria, LA. Mrs. Brewster was a native of Toro, LA and a resident of Alexandria 7 years moving there from Jennings. She was a high school graduate and a retired secretary in Jefferson Davis Parish. She was a Pink Lady at the Jennings American Legion Hospital loved reading, puzzles and working in the nursery on Sunday at First Baptist Church. Survivors include one daughter, Elizabeth Brewster Delanoix and husband Paul of Elmer, LA; two sons, Steven Brewster and wife Paris of Toro, LA, Joseph Brewster and wife Monique of Jacksonville, FL; and six grandchildren, Carli Brewster, Collin Brewster, Robert Brewster, Matthew Brewster, Michael Delanoix and Laura Delanoix. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ivy Elonzo and Ida Elizabeth Allen Miller; her husband, James Olin Brewster; one son, James Larry Brewster; four sisters, Eula Missey McCollister, Elta Miller, Beadie Moore, Artie Skinner; five brothers, Ivy, Larkin, Ira, Paul and Ernest Miller.

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  1. Diane, Joe, and Steve: Wylodine was a dear friend when she lived in Jennings. She also was a good cook!!! I know you will miss her. May you take comfort in the fact that she is with Jesus!!

  2. Joe and Monique, Sorry to hear of your loss of your precious Mother and Mother-in-law. May the peace of the Lord be with you and yours at this time. Have safe travels. Esta

  3. Wylodine was a great neighbor and a Wonderful Christian. She will be missed by all but her legacy lives on in all her children and grandchildren.

  4. she was truly a remarkable lady. Enjoyed talking with her about history. Our prayers are with you knowing how hard of a journey this will be.

  5. Our prayers and love are with you all during this loss. We have such fond memories of Mrs. Brewster. She always had something good on the stove, and invited us to eat. We love you all! Rocky and Tammie Benoit

  6. Diane, The video was so sweet, you look so much like your Momma. You and your entire family have our deepest sympathy. Paul & Joanna LaCour

  7. May you all feel as if you are being in the palm of Gods hands during this time of grief. Her suffering is over and she is in Heaven.

  8. Thoughts and prayers coming your way. Your faith, family and friends are all with in this time of sorrow. God Bless and love you.

  9. Remember her well from my childhood growing up in Jennings. Knew her through the church and through Stephen and Joe while growing up.

  10. Joe and Monique, Collin and Carli, Kirk and I are so sorry for the death of Ms. Brewster. We know she has a new body rejoicing with The Lord, yet we grieve for ourselves. We pray for your comfort during this time! We wish we had known as we would have come to the service! We love you all! The Elam's


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