Bre Santana Obituary, Maryland Woman Killed In Car Accident
- by Doris Lian
Bre Santana Obituary, Death – Bre Santana of Maryland has tragically passed away. She was adopted as a newborn on January 4 by Eric Fenwick and Christine Davis, both of Maryland, and she was born on January 4. Bre was able to pursue her interest in singing by participating in the choral program at Great Mills High School, which she attended. There, she was able to fully indulge in her passion for singing. The completion of her GED was a goal that she was determined to achieve. She discovered that the food industry, in which she worked as a customer service representative, was one of the industries in which she most enjoyed making new connections with people.
She took a lot of pride in the fact that she was able to help customers and collaborate with vendors who delivered merchandise to the store, both of which were important responsibilities for her job. Spending time at the beach, fishing, and getting tattoos were some of her favorite things to do in her spare time. Not only was purple her favorite color, but it also happened to be the color of the Baltimore Ravens, which was her favorite professional football team. She wore purple whenever she cheered for the Ravens. Her number one priority was to spend time with her family, and she loved seeing her grandchildren and her parents the most.
Bre’s children Jamia Molls and Jazarah Santana are the only ones who are alive to carry on her legacy. She is also survived by her other siblings, Calista Santana, Rianna Santana, E.J. Santana, Gage Santana, and Aliviana Santana; her paternal grandmother Rose Santana of Lexington Park, Maryland; her paternal grandfather Windell Niles (Leslie Bryan) of Lexington Park, Maryland. Her maternal great grandparents, May and Jimmy Santana, as well as her maternal grandparents, William C. Davis Jr. and Rebecca Faye King, and her maternal aunts, Diane Dorsey of Lexington Park and Dawn McDonald of Baltimore, Maryland, all passed away before she was born. Her paternal uncle, William C. Davis III, was also killed in the line of duty during World War II. Another member of her immediate family who passed away was her maternal aunt Diane Dorsey from Lexington Park.
Bre Santana Obituary, Death – Bre Santana of Maryland has tragically passed away. She was adopted as a newborn on January 4 by Eric Fenwick and Christine Davis, both of Maryland, and she was born on January 4. Bre was able to pursue her interest in singing by participating in the choral program at Great…