Brenda Faulkner was born in Pageland, SC October 13, 1964 and grew up on 601 Pageland Hwy (the house on the hill) Alton, North Carolina. In 1982 she graduated from Forest Hills High School in Wingate, NC. She also attended college for additional culinary training where she mastered anything she cooked.
She was a mother, wife, sister, a grandmother and also a true friend. She was the shine of any star; her personality was that of a woman who loved unconditionally and she shared it with so many people. Brenda would feed you no matter what, her passion was cooking and giving with a big ole smile on her face. She enjoyed dancing and singing on any occasion. She was Jehovah’s shining star. Her gift touched and changed a lot of people, you couldn’t be sad around her she was going to make you laugh while you were crying. Her nurturing spirit made us feel safe. She was our peace within any storm. She was our inspiration, foundation and our everything and she will be forever missed.
Brenda gave her life to Jehovah and started doing his work. She was baptized July 9, 2016 and became a sister to start ministering to others. She was a devout member of the Kingdom Hall and she blossomed even more.
Brenda Faulkner leaves behind her husband Regginald Faulkner whom she loved so very much. (That was her Reggie) One son Earvin Lowery (Alice) Four Daughters; Tomeka Yanez (Montrell), Tiffany Lowery (Adrian), Chela Faulkner, Jasmine Melton (Chris); Three Sisters; Frances Lowery, Maime Huntley (Sherman), Nadene Barrett Clyde) Five Brothers; Bobby Lowery (Lorretta), Cecil Lowery (Diane), Kenneth Lowery (Brenda), Nathan Lowery (Ernestine), Clearence Lowery (Patricia); Sister n law Chante Faulkner, and a brother n law Franklin Faulkner (Eutaqua) and mother and father n law Paul and Delores Faulkner. She had fifteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren whom she helped raise and a host of nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her late parents Clearence Bud Lowery and Marblee Lowery. Also, her sister Deborah Robinson joins her in journey to rest in paradise.
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