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Brenda Diane Cook


Brenda Diane (Isakson) Cook, 44, passed away suddenly on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015, as a result of a tragic car accident in Glasgow, Mont.

She was born on July 4, 1971, in Glasgow, to Clifford and Dianna (Hallock) Isakson, and was the third of three children. She graduated from Glasgow High School. She married Scott A. Cook in 1990, and they had four children. They were married for 14 years.

First and foremost, she loved her children. She loved finding pennies on the ground - she would always say they were pennies from her children in Heaven. She loved pictionary, pinochle, demolition derbies, rodeos, barrel racing and team roping. She was a thrill seeker who loved boating and four wheeling. She was a very talented decorator and her favorite color was red. All who knew her will know that red was very important to her. She worked at the VA Clinic for 11 years and was employed by the State of Montana the last eight.

She had the best sense of humor and she will be missed more than words can describe.

Preceding her in death were her beloved daughter, Hanna Diane, and her son, Ty Alan; her grandparents, Kenny and Ethel Hallock, and Joe and Verna Isakson.

Survivors include two children, Scott Michael Cook and TiAnna Mikal Cook; her parents, Cliff and Dianna Isakson; siblings, Randy Isakson and his wife, Twylla, and Wes Isakson; a niece, Shyanne Isakson and a nephew, Cody Kovach, all of Glasgow. Her niece, Heather (Nick) Dulaney, lived with her and Scott for several years, and was loved as one of their own. She is also survived by many special friends who loved her, including Charlotte Hrabak, Lori Stormer and best friend Angela Austin, all from Glasgow; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; and special friend, Ryan Lambert, of Wolf Point.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 7, at the Assembly of God Church in Glasgow. A private burial will take place at a later date.

In honor of Brenda, her family asked that anyone attending the funeral wear something red. It would make her smile.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Ronald McDonald house in memory of Hanna Cook.


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