Brianna James

Obituary of Brianna Nicole Lynne James

Brianna Nicole Lynne James was born on June 19, 1997 also known to go by Bri to all her family and friends. Brianna was a former Firefighter for the United States Army. After an honorable discharge, Brianna then found joy in her job at Publix in Tampa FL.

Bri was known by everyone to be this young, bold, beautiful, fun, and loving,good-hearted Samaritan. Bri has had a love for all kinds of animals starting back in grade school, rescuing and nurturing squirrels whom needed to be  nursed from being separated from its mom  or the dog walking business in high-school. She was such an adventurous beautiful young lady whom has a lot of friends some of whom she would go line dancing with at her favorite place, The Bull in Tampa Florida. Bri loved to watch the Sun rise over the Ocean, the walks on the Beach with her beautiful  babies Trigger and Nikita James  who meant the world to her. 

Bri loved to spend time on nature walks with her babies and friends, especially that one significant person who was very dear to her heart and would be always and forever.

Brianna James was known and loved by many people whom she has left behind which includes her beautiful Mother Danielle L.Bush, Bri was very fortunate to have two Loving Fathers Harold Sherman and Adam Dorrance. One loving sister Brooklyn Sherman,  Bri also leaves behind two aunts Sharon and Judy Worden and cousins which includes Tyler and Kristin Worden, Kayla and Kerri Horton, Her Grandfather King John Saldivar and close family friend Mr. John Newberry and many more. Of course we could never leave out or forget her two precious babies Trigger and Nikita James and her beloved precious cat Mowgli.

Brianna James was taken home on the morning of June 26, 2022. Please let us all remember that Brianna may be gone but never will she be forgotten. She will live on in our hearts and souls forever

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Military Honors

1:30 pm - 1:50 pm
Monday, July 18, 2022
Florida National Cemetery
6502 SW 102nd Ave
Bushnell, Florida, United States
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