Brittney Anne Marple was born on August 14, 1991 in Medford Oregon to Rodney and Holly Marple. She was 9 lbs and 1 oz, 21 1/2 inches long. She had the biggest blues eyes and thick dark hair. She was the joy of our lives. She was so beautiful and a very happy playful and loving child. She was a show girl. She loved the camara. She was the clown of the crowd and never grew out of it. Brittney loved to ride dirt bikes, horses, she was active in swine 4-H, her dog Bo and to joke around and play jokes on everyone. She loved to go boating and ride on the tubs and knee board and she was getting into going camping as long as there was restrooms and a mirror. She was a grandpa's girl she loved to go fishing with her grandpa Lown. She would always buy him new fishing lures at Christmas and his birthdays and she would always ask him if he did any good with them. She always knew the newest and the best lures to get for bass fishing. She always loved to go to Grandpa and Grandma Lowns house and help out on the ranch and take her horse over there so she could ride with all her cousins and play with the pigs. She would always call their house her vacation get away because she didn't have to do chores there. She loved to be with her family and with all her cousins and friends. Brittney had a soothing gentle way about her that people responded to. She made friends with everyone she came in contact with. Her smile would light up the room when ever she walked in. She had a laugh that you could not help but laugh with her, not matter what it was. She would always be there for you when you were having a bad day and make you forget about it and put a smile on your face. She had an out look on life that was just so heart warming. She was very loving, giving, caring, thoughtful, fun and just an all around wonderful young lady. She would do anything for you. As one of her cousins said she would give the best back rubs ever. Brittney went home so she could be all of our gaurdian angle at age 14 on November 13, 2005. She will be missed by everyone that knew her. She will be in our thoughts, memories and hearts forever.