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Brittany Nicollette Bridges was born on September 6, 1985 to Dennis Bridges and Patricia Hall Bridges in Columbia, Mississippi. Her parents lived in Prentiss, Mississippi until they moved to Austin, Texas when Brittany was only two years old. She attended school in the Austin, Texas School System where she graduated from Del Valle High School.
Brittany was an employee of General Motors for 11 years but was recently employed by Progressive Insurance Company where she worked as a CL Customer Care Specialist. She was a devoted mother to her children, Kendall (16) and Zahriyah (6). There was never any doubt from anyone who knew her how much her children meant to her.
She had a love for travel and always said she wanted to visit the Eiffel Tower in Paris and she wore a necklace of the Eiffel Tower as a constant reminder of where she wanted to visit. Brittany was also a lover of flowers – her favorite being roses – but she took pride in nurturing not only her cacti plants, but any plants that she could get her hands on.
On Wednesday, September 15, Brittany was admitted to the hospital due to COVID. She fought a hard fight but succumbed to the virus on Tuesday, September 28. Brittany leaves to cherish her memory, her father and mother, Dennis and Patricia; her brother Levi; her children Kendall and Zahriyah; five uncles, five aunts and a host of cousins and friends.