Gerushia Thomas Wrencher age 86, died Sunday night surrounded by her family at her home.


Funeral Services will be 1:00 PM Saturday at St. Peter United Church of God in Eastwood. Burial will follow at St. John United Church of God Cemetery in Carthage. A wake will be held at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home in Carthage from 6:00 - 7:00 PM Friday and the family will receive friends other times at the home.


Born in Robbins North Carolina, she was a daughter of the late Fred and Sarah Poole Thomas. An active church member all her life, she served in various positions in her church including Sunday school superintendent, choir director and president of the youth department. She served on the Mothers Board and was selected as Woman of Excellence for the United Church of God.


She is survived by: her husband Charles L. Wrencher; daughters Geneva Thomas Brower of Bronx, NY, Marie Brooks of Sanford, Barbara Harris and husband Ben of Eastwood, Denise Kyle of Aberdeen, Teresa Ross of Raeford, Monica Boston and husband Mike of Oak Grove, KY, Jackie Brown and husband Gary of Cameron; sons James Thomas and wife Donna of Muskegon. MI, John Wrencher of Baltimore, MD, Charles Wrencher, Jr. and wife Teresa of Joppa Town, MD, Conrad Wrencher and wife Kyndall of Cary, Clifton Wrencher and wife Drapondra of Montgomery, AL, Kenneth Wrencher and wife Barbara of Carthage; 34 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren.


Fry and Prickett Funeral Home is serving the Wrencher family.




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  1. Words fail us when we need them the most.Aunt Gerusha was a wonderful and Virtuous woman. I love to her her sing Jesus getting us ready for that great day who shall be able to stand. May Jesus comfort you all in you time of sorrow, and bound you in his ne

  2. Cousin April, I am sorry for the lost of your grandmother. I send you my love and as you know, she is having a good time in Heaven..

  3. Carthage mourns the passing of one of it’s best citizens. Conrad, Ken and family please know that your hometown has your family lifted up in prayer during this time of trial. Your mother was a Godly women and she now wears her crown of glory! Rejoice in t

  4. So sorry to learn of the passing of Ms. Wrencher. Your loved one was so special. God knows that better than any of us. My prayer is for the Lord to comfort your hearts and that He blesses your life with the treasured memories that you have in your hearts

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