Air Force Captain Jamie Ann Brunette, born September 12, 1984, in Wisconsin.
Jamie served our country in the Air Force for 11 years and eventually moved to Tampa, Florida. She was promoted to a Captain in 2014. She received an Air Mobility Command award for her outstanding work in overseeing contracts to provide security and infrastructure to multiple bases in Afghanistan. An avid athlete, she earned perfect scores on all of her Air Force fitness tests and placed first in more than twenty 5K runs on base.
With a burning passion for physical fitness and an entrepreneurial spirit, she had recently purchased an Orange Theory Fitness franchise to pursue her dream. Jamie was smart, ambitious and unstoppable. The world was at her fingertips.
Jamie Brunette was a daughter, a sister, a friend, a captain, an entrepreneur and an inspiration. She was full of life; a shining star in a world that can be so dark. She lit up every room she entered with her smile; it radiated from her heart to her face.
Capt Jamie Ann Brunette lost her battle with PTS, February 9, 2015. She was 30 years old
From Oak Creek, Wisconsin
States she called home: Wisconsin and Florida
Resting Place: Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell
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