Breanna Bowen-Thompson

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April 18, 1996 - Feb. 6. 2007

LOS ANGELES Breanna "Bre-Bre" Christian Bowen-Thompson, 10, of Los Angeles, died Feb. 6, 2007 at Kaiser Permanente Hospital, California.

She was born April 18, 1996 to Farrah Bowen.

She attended Twenty-fourth Street School until her illness, then she was home schooled. She attended Star missionary Baptist Church and their vacation Bible School under the leadership of Doctor W.M. Brent Sr.

She was a very friendly, loving person with a beautiful personality, with a cheerful heart to everyone she met. She loved music, was a good dancer, loved fashion, Chris Brown (whom she wanted as a boyfriend when she turned 17), Bratz and Bobby Jack. During her illness she never complained, cried or became angry. She didn't like it when she had to stay in the hospital but she still never complained. She knew when it was time for her to take her medications and would remind her mother when it was time to take them. She was strong and a fighter at such a young age.

She is survived by her mom, Farrah Bowen of L.A., Calif.; her father, William Rodney Thompson; step father, Curtis Newell; brothers, Jaylen and De'Vaughn; a sister, De'Jah; aunts, Branddye Weeks, Roshanda Hatchett, Deanna Clanton and Shameika Thompson; uncles, Ernesto Hatchett, Gregory and Mario Fennell, Deangelo Williams and William R. Thompson III; grandparents, Valina and Ronald Harper, Carol Andrus, William R. Thompson Sr., Roy Coleman and Freddie-Wallace Downs of Norwalk, Ohio; and great-grandparents, Sylvia and Herington Collymore, Margaret Garrett and Layton Andrus Jr., and a host aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives, close friends, friends who live abroad in New Jersey, New York, San Antonio, Austin, Texas, Atlanta and Panama and school mates.

Services were held in California. Burial in Inglewood Park Cemetery, California.

Memorial gifts may be sent to Farrah Bowen, 2185 West 27th St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90018.

Simpson Funeral Home, Inglewood, Calif., handled arrangements.

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