Brenda F. DiProspero

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Jun 21 1961
Sep 5 2018
57 Years
Parkesburg

Brenda F. DiProspero, 57, of Parkesburg, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, surrounded by her family.  She was the wife of Joseph F. DiProspero of Kennett Square. 
 

Born in Jennersville, she was the daughter of the late Frank T. and Patricia Lurty Ruggieri Jr.

Brenda grew up in Avondale and graduated from the Kennett Consolidated  High School.  She was a resident of Parkesburg for the last 20 years and was employed by various employers, including Althouse Bus Company, Wawa, and Brandywine Auto Parts. She was a member of the Presidents Club of Avon, which was an accomplishment she was very proud of. 

Brenda was also very proud of her 30 year sobriety.  Her children and friends were her absolute world.  She loved game nights with her family, camping, animals, nature and the outdoors, old school music, dancing, the beach, going out with her sister and The Wizard of Oz. Her laugh and her spunky attitude will be remembered by everyone who knew her. 

In addition to her husband she is survived by her children, Maria DiProspero of Newark, DE, Alissa DiProspero and Vincent DiProspero both of Toughkenamon, siblings, Patti Roark of Wilmington, DE, Vicki Huber of Gap, PA, several nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

She was preceeded in death by siblings, Vincent and David Ruggieri.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend memorial service on Friday, September 14, 2018, at 8:00pm from the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, with visitation from 6:00pm until time of service.

Service Date: 
Sep 14 2018 - 8:00pm
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home; 434 Main St., Parkesburg, PA, 19365

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i worked with Brenda at Holiday Gardens in New Garden and Kennett Square for years and know her for a very long time she was a person that was careing and fun loveing person and would go out of her way to Help someone out  she will be Missed in all of our hearts  RIP my Dear Brenda we will meet on the other side 

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I met Brenda when our daughters attended pre-school in New Garden. We were instant friends and were inseparable while our children were young. We supported each other while being stay at home moms and kept busy with play dates, kids crafts, slumber parties, weekly binges on Wings to Go, and getting together for coffee and our daily deep conversations. Brenda was a Super Mom... her family was her world. I will always remember her laugh and her wit. There wasn’t a day that I spent with her when my face didn’t hurt from laughing at our adventures. 

Joe, Maria,Alissa, Vincent, Patty and Vicki- I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. You all are the purest example of true family. Love you all and I’m so sorry for your loss  

Brenda, I will see you again on the other side my dear friend. Thank you for the memories! 

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As I said to Maria last night, there just aren't enough words in the English language to truly express how sorry I am that Brenda is gone. She was true to herself and about as real and unpretentious as they come. God Bless

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Time separated us for awhile, but our friendship never was lost. She was a great supportive friend and I will miss her laughter and wonderful sense of humor. My prayers to all of you and her love if my chicken salad ! Love to all pam

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Very sorry to hear about Brenda. I still have a Birthday card that she gave me many years ago, it still makes me laugh. She was a sweet and kind hearted person. 

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To the  DiProspero family with my sincerest condolences.  May you draw comfort from our Heavenly Father who comforts us during our trials and sorrows. 2Corinthians 1:3,4

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Brenda, Our hearts are broken for your family. God has a plan that is sometimes hard to understand. Rest is comfort knowing that your children know how much they were loved. Your love and spirit will wrap them in memories that will sustain them thru this difficult loss. Thank you for loving and taking care of my son like one of your own. God bless you

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The world was a better place with her in it and she will be sorely missed.  Her Avon family reaches around the world and we are all blessed for having known her.  RIP Brenda!  :(

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Brenda, I am so sorry you went so early. Doctors dont know everything. Everyone that knows you, will always remember something of your friendship with them. You are a beautiful person. I love you with my entire being. .
See you went it's my turn.
Love,
Patti

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My condolences go out to her family and friends! I'm so sorry to hear she has passed away my thoughts and prayers are with you! She was the best bus driver I have ever had going to octorara she would make sure the kids on the bus wouldn't bully me and my 2 sisters, she was like our bus mom those were the best years of my life riding her bus!! Never forget those days!

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Joe, Maria, Alissa, and Vincent, 

Barbara and I send our Condolences to all of you.

Hugh

 

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My condolences to the family. My thoughts and prayers are witj you Patti and Stephanie and family. Love you both.

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I had the good fortune of working with Brenda for a few years.  She was always positive and went out of her way to help others, always a great teammate!!  She left a big impact on everyone that she touched, and will be forever missed.  We lost a great friend. Brenda, I will always cherish our memories at work together.  RIP

My condolences to all family and friends.  A beautiful soul, full of love and faith, ascended to Heaven away from us, but closer to God.

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Brenda you’ve left us way to soon. Your sisters and your family has forever changed. But we all have our special memories. As a kid, you could beat any boy just because he deserved it and it would make your day better. When ther was a “ no “ you made it a “ yes “. You are missed from your Campbell, Temple, and Miller cousins. Rest Peasefully Dear Cousin. Love Kathy and Bill

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Brenda you have left us wary too soon.  You will be heavily and dearly miss by your sisters and your beloved family. It’s for sure you could as a kid beat any boy who deserved it and it would have made your day better. You are loved by your Delaware cousins the Campbell’s, Temple’s, and Miller’s. Rest easy dear cousins. Love, Kathy and Bill

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I met Brenda two years ago when we worked together at McDonald’s. She was very nice to me on one of my first days and let me borrow her sweatshirt when I was cold. Brenda always called me her little buddy and made me laugh on some of my toughest days at work...always cracking a joke. She was kind and witty. I’ll never forget her laugh, sarcasm, and spunk. What a beautiful woman, inside and out. My sincere thoughts, prayers, and condolences go out to her friends and family. You will be missed, buddy.

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To the family and friends of Brenda, my deepest condolences on the passing of Brenda.  We met years ago at our Avon meetings.  She was such a joy to be around, always made me laugh, was very kind hearted and just a real person.  She comforted me when my brother passed and was so generous to contribue to his GoFundMe account.  I will always remember Brenda,  Rest in Peace, sweety.  I can't wait to see you again some day!

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