Jessica Jane Brazil, daughter of Dave and Connie (Borgman) Weyer, was born May 17, 1984 in Osage Beach, Missouri. She departed this life Thursday, March 22, 2018 in Camdenton, Missouri, at the age of thirty-three years, ten months, and five days.
On September 13, 2008, Jessica was united in marriage to Eddie Brazil, and together they have shared the last ten years.
She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Wilma “Peggy” Sharp and her husband Willard “Bud” Sharp; her grandfather, Henry “Ike” Borgman and wife Verna Borgman; her paternal grandparents, Frank Weyer and Dorothy Reisinger; and her father-in-law, Ed Brazil.
Survivors include her husband, Eddie and her son, Jordan Brazil of the home; her parents, Dave and Connie Weyer, of Camdenton, Missouri, a sister, Terena Wilson and husband Matt, of Lebanon, Missouri; an uncle Jack Brown and wife Elaine, of Odessa, Missouri; mother-in-law, Leasa Brazil; grandmother-in-law, Dee Brazil; brothers-in-law, Lucas Brazil and Dalton Tucker; sisters-in-law, Devianna Tucker, Sheyenne Waters, and Rachelle Dennis; as well as a number of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and countless friends.
Malachi Edward Brazil, son of Eddie and Jessica Brazil, was born April 28, 2015. He departed this life Tuesday, March 27, 2018, in Mercy Hospital, Springfield, Missouri, at the age of two years, ten months, and twenty-nine days.
He is survived by his father, Eddie Brazil and brother, Jordan Brazil, of the home; his maternal grandparents, Dave and Connie Weyer, of Camdenton, Missouri; paternal grandmother, Dee Brazil; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and a host of other relatives.
Malachi idolized his big brother, Jordan, and tried to do everything he did. He loved going for boat rides and was a Tag-A-Long with his grandpa Dave. He was a huge Paw Patrol fan, loved Mickey Mouse and enjoyed watching Hocus Pocus. He shared his mom’s infectious smile and giving and receiving bear hugs made him giggle. Malachi always enjoyed playing with monster trucks.
Malachi joined Jessica and Eddie’s family when he was six months old and April 20, 2017 became his “gotcha” date. This is when he was legally adopted.
Jessica was born in Osage Beach and was a graduate of Camdenton High School in the Class of 2002, where she was active in Bel-Cantos and Concert Choir. She attended the University of Central Missouri for a time before returning home to the Lake Area. She worked as a substitute teacher and para for a time in Dogwood Elementary. Jessica was active in the Lake of the Ozarks Boating Community and was an active member of the Lake of the Ozarks Marine Dealers Association. She was serving as the General Manager of Advantage Marine at the time of her passing. She loved the water and devoted her life to making the lake a safe place for all to enjoy and was teaching a boating safety course at the LCTC.
Jessica had accepted Christ as her Savior at an early age and was actively involved in her church youth group in her younger years.
Jessica’s life revolved around her children and husband. She was very active in her children’s lives and participated in as many of their school functions as possible. Jessica had a passion for helping children in foster care and alongside Lou Miller, started a group for foster parents in Lebanon and Camden County.
Jessica was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, and aunt, and was a caring neighbor and friend. We celebrate her life and accomplishments and will treasure the many wonderful memories she has created for her family and many dear friends.
A celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 29, 2018 in the Camdenton Middle School. Burial will follow in Kidwell Memorial Estates, Laurie, Missouri. Visitation will be from 12-2 p.m. Thursday, in the Middle School. Memorial donations may be made to the Child Advocacy Center or to a fund established to assist the family. They can be mailed to the Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home at 15 Clint Ave., Camdenton, Missouri. Arrangements are under the direction of the Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home of Camdenton, Missouri.