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Edvina(Eddie )Kay (Enloe)Brunk
October 29 1944   -   May 28, 2006

Obituary posted by : Teena Rae Guynn Taylor ,  daughter   
Person Description
Born to Everett Edvin and Pearl Ellen(Ward)Brunk, who preceded her in death. Mom grew up in Cameron MO.and was very interested in art and fashion, in her teenage years the family moved to Kansas City. While in high school she met and married her first husband, they had 5 girls,
Eddie Graduated from cosmatology school and went on to become a very popular and requested hairdresser.After moving to Blue Springs Mo. and the diviorce of her first husband, she met her second husband, and they had 1 girl. Years later,and single again she visited AZ and decided that she loved it there so that is where she and her youngest girl made home. Eddie fought breast cancer ,but lost het 3rd battle with it in May of 2006.We love her And miss her much, and The thing I see in my mind is her smile,and her beautiful blue eyes.

Survivors are her 6 daughters Teena Rae Guynn Taylor and husband Tom of Overland Park KS.,Tonee Kay Guynn Lawrie of Lathrop Mo., Teree Fay Guynn and her life partner Jen Dixion of Kansas City MO.,Tracee Mae Guynn Leavell,Treesha Day Guynn,and Jamy Michelle Enloe Foss and husband Rodger(all of Phoeinx AZ)Three sisters-Daelene Brunk Young of Kaneohe HI,Renna Brunk Thaller and husband James of Higginsville MO,Susette Brunk Fidler and husband James of Richmond Mo,two brothers Mathew Brunk of Rockway Beach MO, and Doyle Brunk of Muncie ID.
Eight Grandchildren and three great-grand children
Service Information
Creamation,a memorial service was held atScottsdale Christian Church June 14,2006.
A Kansas City service was held Nov 25,2006.
Graveside service followed in Savannah, MO.

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