Vivian B. Brindley

Vivian B. Brindley
Vivian B. Brindley, of Otsego, passed away Monday, July 30, 2007 at her home. Vivian was born January 27, 1931 in AlleganCounty, the daughter of Benjamin D.  and Bessie V. (Williamson) Sheaffer. In 1950, she graduated from AlleganHigh School. She loved to travel and for many years she was active in the Otsego 4H and Girl Scouts. On July 29, 1950 she married Arthur N. Brindley who preceded her in death on November 8, 1982. Also preceding her in death were her daughter Pamela Glas in 2004, her son Philip Brindley in 2004 and 9 siblings. Surviving are her son, Paul Brindley of Allegan; her daughter, Patricia (Mike) Allison of Florida; a son-in-law, Ron Glas of Missouri; nine grandchildren, Brian (Melanie) Glas, Melinda Glas, Matthew Brindley, Randall Brindley, Lisa Brindley, Christina Brindley, Andrea Allison, Grahm Allison and Carrie Allison; two great-grandchildren, Samantha and Jackson Glas. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 P.M. Friday at the Winkel Funeral Home in Otsego with Rev. Mark Minegar officiating. Private burial of ashes at LindsleyCemetery will be at a later date. Contributions in memory of Vivian may be made to the American Heart Association.
 
Print Obituary & Condolences Print Obituary & Condolences

Offer Condolence for the family of Vivian B. Brindley

Please share your thoughts ...




  • How do I send condolences?

    At the bottom of this page, you will find a condolence form. You will need to fill out some basic information prior to typing your message. (We will not share your e-mail address with anyone)

    Once you are finished, simply click the submit condolence button. Within 24 hours the condolence will be approved before it is published to the web site.

    We also provide a Tell-A-Friend feature located directly below these instructions. This form allows you to send the obituary to a friend. This is particularly helpful to someone who may live out of town.

  • Share This Obituary

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.