Carla Bramblett

Obituary of Carla Bramblett

Carla Bramblett, 46 of Bristol, passed away August 31, 2021, in Tallahassee. Carla was born in Calhoun County, July 24, 1975, to Houston and Alice McCroan and lived in Altha most of her childhood life where she grew up as a member of Sunny Hill Pentecostal Holiness Church. She was a 1993 graduate from Altha High School and married the love of her life, Henry Bramblett in 1998 and became a stepmother to Keith and Michael Bramblett which she loved and adored very much as her own. She gave birth to their son Daniel Bramblett in 1999 and started Chipola College in 2008 to pursue her passion of teaching children. She later graduated with her master’s degree in education in 2015 and began teaching Pre-K for Liberty County Schools. She loved the children dearly and often referred to them as her babies. It was her true passion that she loved very much, and it showed in the classroom. She loved throwing family events and get togethers especially during the holidays with family and friends and especially enjoyed a cup of hot coffee with her husband Henry outside watching nature. She always looked forward to days out at the creek with family and loved her fur babies. She also loved and enjoyed spending time with her Grandchildren Jacob Bramblett, Kaleb Bramblett. Brazous Bramblett, Leomar Mendez, Cyanna Mendez, and Nael Mendez and her son Daniel Bramblett every chance she got. She was always full of positivity, love, kindness. She always did what she could for anyone and everyone she knew. She had a heart of gold and touched everyone's lives in a special way that she came into contact with. No services are planned at this time. Memorialization will be by cremation. Arrangements in the care of Adams Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made for Carla at 850-674-5449
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