Mrs. Brenda Kay Musil (Dunigan)

  • Born: June 20, 1961
  • Died: May 14, 2020
  • Location: Royse City, Texas

Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home

2343 Lake Rd.
Lavon, TX 75166

Tribute & Message From The Family

Brenda Kay Musil, 58

Brenda Kay Musil (Dunigan) of Royse City, TX was granted her angel wings on May 14, 2020. Brenda was born June 20, 1961 in Denison, TX to Marlin and Yvonne (Foss) Musil.

She graduated from Berkner High School in 1979. She enjoyed her many years employment at Treasure City, Hallmark, Spectrum Software, McKesson, and Maximus.

Brenda spent countless hours with her granddaughter, Shaina Ray, (or Sha Ray Ray, as she called her). She also loved traveling, concerts, spending time at the lake, her Giants and Sooner football and winning the jackpot.

She is survived by her children, Bryan (Denver, CO), and Sarah (Church Point, LA), and her granddaughter, Shaina. She is also survived by her spouse, Kirby Snow. Her sisters include, Kimberly Musil (Sachse, TX), Connie Musil-Weber (Bushton, KS), Wendy Musil-Gabel (Richardson, KS), and Dawn (Stan) Kibel (Goodland, KS). She was the favorite aunt of numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Terry and Kevin. And the love of her life, Robert Dunigan.

Graveside services will occur at Lakeview Cemetery, 2343 Lake Rd, Lavon, TX, on May 18th, 2020 at 1:00. Memorial contributions can be made to an educational fund for her granddaughter, Shaina.

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Condolence & Memory Journal

Oh my, how do I say goodbye to a Dear Friend that was like a little Sister to me. When they told me you had left this world I didn't want to believe it. I'll always remember you as when I was on my journey to lose weight every picture that was taken you were peeping from behind me. When my Husband was sick you were the only Friend that came to see us in the rehab center. We always had fun when we were together. You were always kind and sweet to me. I love you. I hope to see you again someday when I make it to Heaven. My heart goes out to Kirby, Sarah, Bryan, that sweet little Granddaughter, your Sisters, all of your Family and Friends. Soar with the other Angels.

Posted by Darlene Thomas - Trinidad, TX - Friend   May 19, 2020

I don't know how to say goodbye to my sister. I'm so glad that we came to Denver in February. So to answer your question, YES it was worth driving up for the day. I love you and will miss your craziness! Be at peace.

Posted by Dawn Kibel - GOODLAND, KS - Family   May 19, 2020

My deepest condolences to Brenda's family cannot be expressed to the fullest. Brenda was a beautiful lady and it's sad we have lost her so early. She will be missed and her memory will be held in so many hearts. RIP Brenda. Enjoy your new everlasting life in heaven. You are now with the other angels that have passed before you and I. How heaven must feel is so exciting! Save me a chair next to you. I'll need a good friend to show me around since you will have it all figured out by then❤. I cry for your family and especially your kids and grand daughter and Kirby. Your memory will always be with me. I ❤ U and will miss your sweet smile on Facebook. Until we meet again... rest well sweet lady. Terri

Posted by Terri Murphy - Midland, TX - Friend   May 18, 2020

My condolences to Kim, Wendy, and Dawn. I always enjoyed Brenda's company. She was always happy and a great friend to me. I am so sorry for your family. You are all in my prayers.

Posted by Annette Davis- Crank - Wylie, TX - Friend   May 18, 2020