Brenda Claire Meeks Camp, Age 75. Born in Halls, TN, on February 28th, 1946, Brenda Camp was a spunky lady with a contagious love of fun and adventure. Five foot even, with bright blue eyes, she adored dancing, traveling the world, and making others feel welcomed and happy. “Miss Brenda”, as she was affectionately known to an entire generation of Tate County residents that consider her their surrogate mother, grew up in Halls, TN, the youngest girl of six siblings. When she was a teenager, her family moved to Senatobia, MS, where she resided for most of her life. In addition to Halls, TN, and Senatobia, MS, she considered Cuernavaca, Mexico to be one of her homes. Brenda’s love of travel and other cultures even brought an international flare to Senatobia. She opened her house and heart to people from Latin America, as well as Spain, Bosnia, Germany, and Czechoslovakia. She died in Gainesville, FL, on June 11th, 2021 with her eldest daughter, Brackin Michelle Camp by her side. She is survived by her three children, Brackin of Gainesville, FL, Brittany Camp Martin of Roanoke, VA, and William Griffin Camp II of Memphis, TN; and one sister Melody Stiek of Senatobia. Brenda was a teacher for Tate County Schools for over 20 years, a mother, a sister, and a friend to all she met. Even with her advanced degrees, according to her, her greatest achievement and proudest moment was the day she became a grandmother. “Gan” is also survived by her three beloved grandchildren who have all inherited her sassy yet kind disposition. Cute as a button, Brenda was known for her vivaciousness, petite stature, blonde curls, and Mississippi accent, thick as molasses. She never met a stranger and had an inspiring and unwavering faith in the goodness of humanity. Brenda was famous for her radiant smile and the ability to always bring good times to all that came into her orbit. There is no doubt that her giving and fun-loving spirit will continue dancing in heaven, as well as in the hearts of her friends, family, and the infinite number of strangers that her life impacted.