Brenda Faye Black

brenda black

West End, NC
Brenda Faye Black, age 57 of 1275 Murdocksville Road died Tuesday (May 20, 2008) at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P. M. Friday at Culdee Presbyterian Church conducted by the Rev. Dr. Wayne Greene. Burial will follow in Culdee Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
A native of Moore County she was a daughter of the late Glenn Black and Viola Thomas Black. She was employed by Ingersol-Rand in Southern Pines.
She is survived by: daughter April Smith and husband Karl of West End; son Derek Black of Raleigh; sister Barbara Duke of Creedmoor; brothers Lee Black and Johnny Black both of Carthage; three grandchildren.
The family will receive friends at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home from 6:00 —8:00 PM Thursday and other times at the residence.
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  1. Derek I am so sorry to hear bout your Mom, I am here if you need me. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Tammie

  2. Brenda was a good buddy of mine. She was always up for a joke and a laugh. Now she\’s happy and whole and waiting for her family. May God bless and comfort her loved ones.

  3. Derek, Sorry to hear about your mother. You are in our thoughts. If you need something feel free to call.

  4. Derek,
    My heart hurts for you and your family. I know how much your Mom meant to you, just as mine did to me. Just remember that we will see them again some day and they will be whole, new, and have their arms open for us to go to.
    You have been

  5. Dear Derek and family,
    We are so saddened to hear of your mothers passing. I know this is a difficult time for you all. Derek is a loved member of our family @ PCMH and I am sure his mother knew how special he is to us. We are sorry for your loss of

  6. Our thoughts are with you all during this time of passing for your family member and loved one. Brenda experienced much in these last few weeks, we hope that she is now at peace.
    Carolina Air Care

  7. Derek,
    I am thinking of you during this extremely difficult time. Please let me know if I can do anything. We are family and have known each other for a long time and I just wanted you to know how much you mean to me. Never hesitate to call me if y

  8. To The Black Family:
    I wish to express my condolence for the loss of your dear love one. Words cannot express the pain that you feel. But please keep in mind God\’s wonderful promise found in the Bible at John chapter 5, verses 28&29. It reads: \

  9. Derek and April,
    Today will be difficult, but you will get through it. I\’m sure you are surrounded by people who knew and loved your mother. Nothing can replace her, but nothing can take away her love for you, you\’ll always have it with you. Be str

  10. I can\’t remember what grade Brenda and I started going to school together but I think she started at Farm Life,then changed to Pinehurst. She, Kathie Chriscoe and I kept the roads hot going from one house to the other and to Sandy\’s store. I remember wh


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