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Kelsea Renee Brennan

May 17, 1992 — December 6, 2023

 

Kelsea Renee Brennan, 31, of Rosamond passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 6 th, 2023. We are deeply saddened and shocked by her untimely passing. Kelsea was born in Lancaster on Sunday, May 17 th, 1992, to Kathryn Berri (Ferrari) and Michael Brennan.

Kelsea lived most of her life in the Antelope Valley in the towns of Lancaster, California City, and Rosamond. She also lived in Henderson, Nevada when she was 16. She graduated from Mountain View High School in 2010 and attended Antelope Valley College for a semester. Kelsea’s proudest childhood accomplishment was graduating and her proudest accomplishment, as an adult, was being the mother of her son Jesse.
Kelsea was a talented artist which she passed on to Jesse. She collected every picture he drew for her and always encouraged him to pursue a career that would center on his artistic abilities. She was also skilled at taking things apart, fixing them, and putting them back together. A representative from a major company was interested in some design ideas she had for a speaker system.
Kelsea was the third oldest out of four daughters and at one point also had three step-bothers, making her the sixth out of seven children. Her older sister, Cherokee, remembers how much fun the two of them had playing games on their PlayStation. She also recalls what a blast it was to go to Hurricane Harbor together with all their kiddos. Her next oldest sister, Ashlin says, “ Dear Kelsea, Thank you for the adventures we shared. Those are some of my best memories with you, cause we never knew how it would turn out. Sometimes it would be a simple walk, from here to there, and other times, it was very questionable, but I loved every single adventure. I will forever hold onto these memories. You will always be my number one fan. Thank you for cheering me on and supporting me. You’re my I.T. 2 and I am your I.T. 1.
Rest easy, little big, sister. Love Always, Ashlin”. Her youngest sister, Savannah, remembers playing a live-action version of Splinter Cell in the backyard of the house in Henderson. She loved crawling through Kelsea’s bedroom window with her and “getting past the guards” and “taking out the lights”.

In December of 2011, Kelsea found out she was going to have a baby and in August of 2012 she gave birth to her son Jesse. She dearly loved him and was proud of everything he did. She loved to hold and rock him, and he loved giving her his amazing Jesse-hugs. His favorite memories of her are of time spent just being with her, especially when they would hang out at the pool.
Kelsea is survived by her son Jesse and his father Greg, her parents, Kathryn (Chrys) Berri Ferrari and Michael Brennan, her grandmas, Judy Ferrari and Vivian Burch, her siblings, Cherokee, Ashlin, and Savannah, her nieces, and nephews, Noelani, Liam, Isaiah, Symphony, and Malachi, her in-laws Bam and Marvin, and numerous family members. She is predeceased by her grandfathers, Doc Burch, and Chuck Ferrari, as well as many other family members.

Services are still being planned at this time.
Prayers, love, and good memories are always welcome. Donations may be made in her honor to any place that offers help to those in need. A GoFundMe page was also started at https://gofund.me/c8449a97.

Sister of my childhood dreams,
Your tender spirit floats between
Memories we shared so long ago
And whisper still inside my soul.
Dear sister of my earliest days,
The sunshine of a thousand ways,
Your gentle smile, your loving eyes
Echo still through time's dark skies.
Dear lifelong companion of my heart,
Your love helped my life to start.

The footsteps we once walked together
Lead now on through every weather.
Wise voice that bade my spirit take wing,
Though death has stilled your joyful tune,
Your song lives on in afternoon.
Beloved sister, friend and guide,
Your memory walks by my side.
Though death has forced our ways to part,
You live forever in my heart.
~Savannah Rose

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