Janie Sumrall Branch dies in car accident

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Janie Sumrall Branch Death – Obituary: The 3-year-old daughter of Marshall Academy’s Coach and Athletic Director, Bruce Branch, Janie Sumrall Branch has died following a fatal vehicle accident on Monday, 6 September, 2021.

Janie sustained a life-threatening injuries from the fatal crash and was rushed to the hospital where she later succumbed to her injuries.

The circumstances concerning the wreck is yet to be released by the Authorities. More investigations are on regarding the crash.

Abby Branch sheared the heart breaking news on his Facebook page some hours ago, stating, “It is with deep sadness that we share the passing of Janie Branch. Continue to pray for the Branch family.”

Who is Janie Sumrall Branch?

She is the daughter of Marshall Academy’s Coach and Athletic Director, Bruce Branch. She was a cheerleader, homerun hitting, baseball slinging, energetic firecracker baby girl

“Our heart is hurting for the Branch family this morning. Praying still for little Janie, who is 3 years old and in very critical condition still after their vehicle accident. We are told Coach Branch was also injured but left the hospital he was at to rush to Memphis to be with his daughter. If you’re so inclined, send up the prayers and good vibes for her and her family as well.”  According to Mississippi Sports.

This is Janie Branch daughter of Abby Branch and Bruce Branch this little girl is incredible. She is the sweetest little girl and the toughest little girl. She is always around us boys and we love her like a sister. We have the joke with Coach where we call her a cleat chaser and whenever someone misses a pop up we say Janie-girl can catch that one. She grew up around us since the day she was born and was one of us, but today she grew her wings and is in heaven.

I hope this little cheerleader, homerun hittin, baseball slinging, energetic firecracker baby girl is watching over us. I’m going to miss seeing you run around the bases after every ball game and calling each other poopyheads and sticking are tongues out at each other. One more time, I love you poopyhead, said Anna Ramage.