Obituary: Bronwyn Cockery Dennis
Bronwyn danced and sparkled all over this planet for 43 and 1and#8260;2 years. She came into the world as a and#8220;miracle babyand#8221; and she never stopped creating them.
She was born and raised in Newport Beach, CA where she grew into a stunning woman whose thirst for knowledge, adventure and artist creation propelled her across the world with her love of travel.
From New York to the Caribbean, Scandinavia, Europe, the British Isles, South East Asia, Greece, Morocco and tramp steamers to minute islands. Bronwyn celebrated her life with friendships on an international scale with a personal charisma and flair literally stuffed into her Louis Vand#8217;s. Between her travels, Bronwyn achieved an AA from Golden West College and further art studies at Long Beach State.
Bronwyn loved the Empire State Building and made it her personal mission to learn every detail of this landmark. She was the only private citizen, that we know of, who was granted access to any and every portion of the building, upon request.
A lover of music, she was determined to create it. She bought a drum kit and was self teaching her way to becoming the next Stewart Copeland. Her literary passion was found in all things J.D. Salinger. Of course she adored the comics and#8230; her doggie, two cats; Suzie, Calvin and Hobbs were named in that honor.
Bronwyn is the second youngest of six siblings including Elizabeth Gallup, Gwen Rosewater, Jacki, Jon and Michele Dennis. Daughter of Nancy and Lloyd Dennis. She is the beloved auntie and cousin and friend to hundreds.
Bronwynand#8217;s life was lived with friendship, laughter, art and poetry.
Memorial Services are planned and pending. Please see her remembrance website at bronwyndennis.blogspot.com. Arrangements are under direction of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary, Grass Valley, CA.
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