In Memory

Brenda Ferrell (Christ)

Brenda Ferrell Christ, 31, died Friday, August 23, 1991 in the Scott & White Hospital, Temple, Texas. She was born in Detroit, Michigan on March 15th, 1960. Surviving are her husband, Sgt. Michael Christ, of Copperas Cove, Texas; two children, Brandy Christ and Michael Christ, Jr., both of Copperas Cove, Texas; her mother Arlene Moles of Christiansburg; father, Wilmer Ferrell of Ocala, Fl; brothers and sisters-in-law, Bill and Debbie Ferrell of Christiansburg; Al and Gail Ferrell of Draper; sisters and brothers-in-law, Debbie and Ben Hurst of Ocala, Fl; Donna and Jim Morehead of Mockville, NC; several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held Wed. 11am at Stevens Funeral Chapel, Pulaski with the Rev Olen Gardner officiating. Burial will follow in the Shiloh Cemetery, Pulaski County.

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08/08/08 01:11 AM #1    

Larry Bralley

I'm reasonably sure that Brenda passed away in her early to mid thirties from cancer. We had 8th grade English together 6th period Mrs. Jackson(Wolfe now).She was funny. Everyone liked her.
Larry B.

08/24/08 11:12 PM #2    

Phyllis Draper (Dalton)

Brenda... always loved a good laugh. I thought you were one of the most beautiful persons I had ever met. Your eyes always glistened, your cheek structure was perfect, your nose was adorable and your heart was so big and fun. I wish I had told you these things back in school. You put all you were in everything you did and giggled through it all. Could anything ever get you down? I'm sad at your passing.

02/09/10 09:55 PM #3    

Karin Sutphin (Blades)

Brenda I can look at your picture and just go back to when we were in school, and after graduation too. We had cosmetology together, you were truly one of my closest friends. I moved to Texas in 1990, and to Ohio in 1991. I knew you had an episode with your appendix which turned out to be very serious. I will never forget looking at your children and your husband and knowing just what that had lost. You are the most true and wonderful person. You know how we often drift apart after high school, I remember your mom siblings and would like them to know that I will always remember you with geat memories, great friendship, and love.
Your friend, Karen

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