Brianna Allen/Amos, 31, passed away on September 27, 2022, in Cantonment, Florida. She was born to Frederick Allen Jr. and Julie Lee Allen of Pensacola, Florida. She received her education from Pine Forest high school where she was part of the soft ball Belview park traveling team and a cheerleader. She also received some college classes at Pensacola junior college. She was a very outgoing person in life, she was very active in sports and in her everyday life. She worked as a cocktail Hostess at Flora-Bama, Chan’s on 9-mile road and worked at advance auto shop where she met and interacted with many people. She enjoyed volunteering and helping anyone she saw in need.
Brianna enjoyed taking care of our daughter Hannah Renee Amos, being a stay-at-home mom, she also had a love for flowers and painting. She grew up watching family members being active in the military which made her feel proud and she deeply cared for them. She was a Christian and fellowshipped at My Father’s Vineyard where Pastor Wes Alvarez presides, He will also be leading the service for her.
Brianna is preceded in death by her mother, Julie Lee Allen; brother, Frederick Earl Allen III; grandfather, Keddrick McKinley; best friend, Naomi Dubose; and various other family members.
Brianna is survived by her husband, Paul David Amos; daughter, Hannah Renee Amos; father, Frederick Earl Allen Jr.; sister, Faye Marie Lawlor, Stacie Lee Wood; sisters-in-law, Megan Renee Hays, Kimberly Blanton Fillingim and Kristy King; uncle, Ray McKinley; cousin/sister, Juliana Mazor; brother-in-law, Gary E. Amos; father-in-law, Donald E. Amos; mother-in-law, Gloria J. Godwin and a host of family and friends.
The family would like to give special thanks to Melissa Moyer Pusch at the dwelling place who has been a great help in this time of need. A repast will be held for family and friends after the service at The Dwelling Place on 6847 Fairfield Drive Pensacola, Florida.
The service for Brianna Amos will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2022, at Trahan Family Funeral Home on 60 Industrial boulevard in Pensacola, Florida. Visitation will be from 2:00 p.m.- 3:00 pm followed with the service from 4:00 p.m.