October 5, 2008
Bernice Callender Brewington, age 79 died Sunday (October 5, 2008) at her residence.
A private burial will be held at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake, and a memorial service will be held 2:00 PM Saturday at Pittsboro Seventh-day Adventist Church of which she was a member conducted by Pastor Kenneth Blake. The family will receive friends prior to and following the service in the fellowship hall.
A native of Manhattan, NY she was a daughter of the late Fitz Herbert and Hulda Henry Callender. She was a retired claims investigator for the State of New York. Upon retiring she and her husband H. Marshall Brewington moved to Sanford where together they operated an upholstery business until his death in 2003.
She was preceded in death by her brother Herbert E. Callender.
Survivors include nieces, nephews, cousins, church family and friends.
Memorials may be made to: Pittsboro Seventh-day Adventist Church, building fund P.O. Box 339, Pittsboro, NC 27312.
Online condolences: www.fryandprickett.com
How sad we are that we will not see our dear sweet friend Bernice again this side of Heaven. But her faith was strong and she knew that Christ\’s second return is fast approaching. We will see her again soon. Then there will be no more sorrow, pain, or de
So sorry to hear of Bernice\’s passing. I\’ll miss her dearly but look forward to meeting her in that great ressurection day!!
Love you, Cherill
Mr. Emmanuel Hailey
1487 Kentucky Ave.
Sanford North Carolina 27332
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
Bernice Brewington Family
My wife and I were very saddened over the loss of Bernice. It ou
Dear Herbie, Zahra & Emilia,
My heart is with you in this moment of sorrow. May God, our Lord, give you the comfort and understanding that auntie Bernice is resting in peace, in a better place with HIM.
\"Cast yourself in the arms of
It is with sincere sorrow that I heard of the passing of \"Aunt Bernice\". Herbert Callender, her beloved nephew, is my dear friend. I have a number of precious memories of her and \"Uncle Marshall\". She was a warm and nurturing prese
We were next door neighbors to Marshall and Bernice Brewington on Spring Lane in Sanford for a few years. They were two of the nicest, kindest folks we have ever known. They were our neighbors and they were our friends. We loved both Marshall and Bernice