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Brenda D. Whitehouse
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Brenda Darlene Whitehouse, 71, of Evansville, formerly of Princeton, passed peacefully in her sleep January 24, 2024. She was born March 24, 1952 in Princeton, IN to the late Wilborn and Edith Whitehouse. Brenda graduated from Princeton Community High School in 1970. In her earlier years she worked at the Clarion as a mail room supervisor for about 10 years. Brenda took a position with The Arc of Gibson County (GCARC) for about 10 years as a van driver. She attended church in Princeton when she lived here at Broadway Baptist and First General Baptist, but most recently she was a member of New Horizon Fellowship Church of God in Evansville, IN. Brenda enjoyed spending time in the yard working, playing guitar, singing gospel music, and most importantly taking care of other people. She will be deeply missed by so many.
Brenda was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Lori Lee Rembe; siblings, Dexter Whitehouse, Douglas Whitehouse, Steve Whitehouse, and Linda Hogg.
She is survived by her siblings, Shelia (Randy) Scales, Jim (Vicki) Whitehouse, and Cinda (Richard) Kolb; niece, Sussie (Phillip) Slone; grandchildren, Ashley Davis, Cortney Reavis, and Phillip Velasquez; 5 great-grandchildren; and very special friends, Terra and Barbara, who were with her throughout a lot of her health issues. They helped her in so many ways and took her to appointments.
A Graveside service will be 4:00 PM Sunday, January 28, 2024 at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Mt. Olympus with Dr. Gary Fair officiating. To share a memory or leave an online condolence go to www.ColvinFuneralHome.com. Colvin Funeral Home is honored to serve the Whitehouse family.