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Brenda Stark

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Our deepest sympathy on your and the children's loss. Brenda was a true jewel that will be missed by everyone that she touched,


Posted by: Tony and Sandy Adamich - Danville   May 20, 2018

Brenda was a beautiful person both inside and out! She was so sweet so smart. As much as I enjoyed walking through the Closet Exchange it was even better when there was time to have a conversation with Brenda..She was always so positive. I used to say " Brenda please stop helping me spend my money! I can do enough damage myself "but she never did because I always wanted what she showed me! She was a courageous woman who

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Posted by: Patricia Campbell. *Dedham - Dedham, MA - Friend   Apr 22, 2018

Brenda was one of the most beautiful people I have ever met. Her outward beauty was really just a reflection of the person she was insude. Brenda "defined":
graciousness
genuine nature
down-to-earth
sophistocated/classy
caring
kind
inspiring
It's fair to say I speak for all of her customers. Every time I walk in to the store, I feel the void without Brenda there. But, as customers and friends, we will continue to support her family and the mission of their amazing business-The Closet Exchange the reflects the essence of Brenda!
We love you Brenda! Jane Polley


Posted by: Jane Polley - Newton Centre, MA - Acquaintance   Apr 21, 2018

My condolences to all of Branda family , I am so saddened she was such a nice strong person.


Posted by: Anna Shahram - Needham, MA - Friend   Apr 21, 2018

i TOO MET BRENDA AT HER FIRST SHOP RIGHT AFTER THEY OPENED MANY YEARS AGO. SHE HAD A SMILE AND A PRESENCE THE CONNECTED WITH PEOPLE SO EASILY AND ACTUALLY MAE ME FEEL LIKE i HAD KNOWN HER FOR A LONG TIME.

I AM A REGULAR AT THE SHOP EVEN TODAY AND WILL MISS BRENDA AND I KNOW THIS IS A DIFFICULT TIME FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AND FOR HER FAMILY OF CUSTOMERS WHO LOVE HER SO MUCH.

MAY HER SPIRIT SHINE THROUGH TO ALL OF US.

NANCY DOWD


Posted by: Nancy Dowd Dowd - Norfolk, MA - Friend   Apr 20, 2018

I met Brenda, at her first shop, in Needham, many years ago, and was pleasant struck by her demeanor. She exuded a genuine smile and spirit that lingered for weeks and months. Every time I went to her shop, which was not often, I felt the same way.

I am so sorry to hear of her passing, but am happy to know she had a happy and meaningful experience and died without too much pain.


I wish you all the best as you grieve and cherish the moments that included your Mom, sister, cousin, wife, friend, etc.


Best,


Michele


Posted by: Michele Soltys - Newton, MA - Neighbor   Apr 20, 2018