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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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