Kate Lauren Brennan
March 18, 1981 - February 14, 2021
A celebration of Kate’s life will be held this summer and will be announced at a later date.
Kate Lauren Brennan
Age 39, of Oscoda, MI, formerly of Southfield Lathrup, MI passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at her home with loved ones by her side. She was born on March 18, 1981 in Mayfield Heights, OH to Jonathan David and Judith Anne (Hirsch) Brennan. Kate graduated from Southfield Lathrup High School in 1999. She went on to obtain her real estate license and enjoyed working as a real estate agent. Kate loved going to the beach, traveling to new places, working on her many crafting projects and most of all, spending time with her family and friends. She said she found her purpose in life the day her baby girl was born. Kate loved being a mom and treasured that gift. She is survived by the love of her life, her daughter, Lila Rose Haynes; loving mother, Judith Anne Brennan; sister, Carrie Ann (Andrew) Sampson; sister-in-law, Melissa Brennan; boyfriend, Todd Anderson; nieces and nephews, Abigail Marie Brennan, Vivian Grace Brennan, Cole Elton Sampson and Amelia Grace Sampson and many dear friends who loved her. Kate was preceded in death by her father, Jonathan David Brennan, Sr. and her brother, Jonathan David Brennan, Jr. A celebration of Kate’s life will be held this summer and will be announced at a later date. You may offer your condolences to the family online at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
Love you so much Kate❤️❤️ I will forever have the memories of Northampton, visits to Michigan, backyard dance performances to NKOTB and Vanilla Ice, early morning rides with your mom with stops at Presti's Donuts, traveling to Irish Dancing competitions, your snort/laugh, the blankies, countless sleepovers, and everything else about you. Prayers to your family, friends and Lila. Rest In Peace my friend.
— Cheryl Midian
Beautiful inside and out...she will be missed!
— Dean & Gina Cinquino
Kate you were an awesome person. You will be truly missed by many. Glad I got to know you. Your a blessing. Love ya girl fly high!!💜
— Karen Griggs
RIP BEAUTIFUL YOUNG GIRL TAKE FROM THIS WORLD WAY TO YOUNG ...YOU PUT UP A GOOD FIGHT ..MY HEART IS BROKEN BEYOND INFINITY .. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE MEMORIES AND GOOD LAUGHS BY THE WAY YOU DO SNOOZER..LOVE YOU SWEETNESS WATCH OVER US
— Todd Anderson
Kate - so beautiful. Remember you Irish step dancing! You and your whole family are such a big part of our family history and will be so missed. We will hold your mom and sister and Lila in our hearts. Your cousin, Casey
— Casey Brennan McGannon
My prayers go to the family
— Jason Samuels
Kate and I were great friends in high school. Some of my most fond memories of SL were cruising around with friends in her silver Jetta and skipping class to get coffee at Berkeley Coney. Her smile always lit up the room. My heart sinks knowing she’s no longer with us.
— Anthony Gaudio
Kate was a beautiful, kind soul with a megawatt smile. She will be missed. My deepest sympathies to all of her loved ones. 💔
— Kathy Hough
My heart is broken forever love you Katie
— Garrett Hunt
Kate was a fun person in high school. I know she will be missed. My condolences and prayers of support and comfort goes out to her family, friends and colleagues. 🙏🏽💐
— Nicole Randolph
I am devastated to hear this news. Kate was a beautiful soul inside and out. I adored her, and will miss her beautiful smile and friendship. My deepest condolences to her family, significant other, and Lila. I know it broke her heart to leave her. Oh Kate, I know you’re up there with your daddy smiling and pain free. Until we meet again.
— Debbie Ransome
Rest easy beautiful angel💖💖
Kate moved to Michigan during middle school and immediately fit into our friend group. She was so warm and funny! I remember going to her apartment on 13 mile and hanging out on her balcony on a warm, sunny afternoon. We thought it was so funny to see an airplane writing PEPSI in the sky. It must've been camera day at school, because I have pictures from that day. for our senior year, her dad screen printed our 'NO LIMIT SENIORS' t-shirts for us and I remember going to Joe's Army together to pick out the perfect camouflage. I had been thinking of Kate lately and was so sad to that she's gone now. I will never forget our time together while we were teenagers - it was all sunshine!!
— Natalie Zaim
Dear Judy, Lila, Carrie and family,
Our hearts are broken with so much loss and pain. Thinking of all of you with lots of love and sympathy.
Too much, too soon.
— Cousins Corry and Mark Knopick
Dear family - from your (at some point) Cleveland cousins, so sorry to hear this news about Kate after her valiant struggle. Our hearts are with you.
Love, The families of Deb and Benj Malecha, Tim and Mary Marcovy, Laura Rosenbaum and Daniel Roebuck, Lex and Anita Rosenbaum, Corry and Mark Knopick, Loretta Arnold, Lisa Paisz, Judy Goodman, Steve Arnold and Joe Krall
— Laura Rosenbaum
Beautiful person, inside and out! You will be truly missed! Heaven gained another wonderful angel.
— Amy Rogers
Gone too soon! Such a beautiful soul! You will be missed ❤
Dear sweet “little cousin” Katie. Such a beautiful girl, gone far too early in her life! My heart breaks for Lila, Aunt Judy, and Carrie. She always took time to make it back to Cleveland with her mom for the big things, weddings, etc. So very sad.
— Jennifer (Hirsch) Reichard
What a tragic loss of a beautiful young woman. Kate will be deeply missed by her sister Carrie, mom-my Aunt Judy, and Lila, her little girl. May you all find the courage to carry on even after these devastating losses. We west coast cousins send our support and love.
— Gail A Masters
Sending my deepest condolences to the family! Rest well to
Our fellow Lathrup Charger.❤️
— Michelle Berry