On Monday, February 8, 2021, Brenda Gail Weech passed away peacefully at her home. She was 81 years old. Brenda was born on March 6, 1939 to loving parents, in Memphis, Texas. Raised in Dallas, she grew up with a younger brother. Brenda married young, at 16, and had two daughters by the age of twenty. Unfortunately, she lost one to cancer at the age of 3. It was years later that she remarried Dr. Dall Weech on July 31, 1970 and went on to have another daughter and adopt two sons. Dall and Brenda lived most of their 50 years married in Tucson, Arizona. They relocated to Salt Lake City to be near family in retirement. \nBrenda had a spirit of adventure and always wanted her family to experience the world. She planned many family trips all over the world and said that making memories is what life is about. Her strength and beautiful spirit inspired anyone who met her. Her infectious smile could light up a room! She loved being a wife, mother and grandmother, and she took on her roles with so much love and compassion that she always made her family feel respect and admiration for her. Brenda was well-read and very smart. She had always managed her husband’s practice books and had a knack for math. She returned to college in her 40’s and graduated with straight A’s and an accounting degree from the University of Arizona. She passed her CPA exam and worked for Moran Quick and Associates in Tucson for quite a few years. Fighting and beating breast cancer, she retired from the CPA world to spend her time with family and make more memories.\nBrenda was preceded in death by her father, R.D. and mother, Oleta and her daughter, Theresa. She is survived by her husband Dall, her four children Sherry, Rachel, Jared and Zach, son-in-law Glenn and daughters-in-law Missy and Kim, her brother Ron, six grandchildren Alta, Taysen, Braylee, Branston, Keegan, Keira and recently adding grandchildren Maliyah, Tyree, Turrell, and great-grandchildren Makai & Luka. A funeral service will be held on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 11 a.m. (MST) at Nelson Family Mortuary, 4780 N University Avenue, Provo, UT 84604. Flowers can be sent to the funeral home or donations made to the American Stroke Foundation on her behalf. Her service will be live streamed at LINK for those unable to attend in person.