Celebration of a Blessed LifeMs. Brinda Kaye Pringle
VISITATION:Saturday, September 11, 20215:00-7:00 P.M.Washington's Funeral Home405 Elm Street WestHampton, South Carolina 29924 Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing as well as limit the number of persons during each view. Facial masks will be required for entrance into the funeral home. We ask that you would, after viewing, please exit. This will allow others the opportunity to view as well. Please, no gathering outside afterwards. Thank you in advance.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE:Sunday, September 12, 202110:00 A.M. New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery236 Two Sisters Ferry RoadVarnville, South Carolina 29944 Evangelist Gloria B. Morris, Interim Pastor, Presiding
If you are feeling ill and/or have health considerations, we suggest that you reconsider in-person attendance. We request that you wear facial masks during the service; and, Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing at the gravesite as well. Thank you in advance.
I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth, there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing. 2 Timothy 4:7-8
Ms. Brinda Kaye Pringle was born the second oldest child, first daughter, to Mr. John Wade “JP” and Mrs. Jennie Lee “Shaggy” Jenkins Pringle. Brinda attended the public schools of Hampton County, SC and was a 1973 graduate of Wade Hampton High School, Varnville, SC. She attended the University of South Carolina, Salkehatchie Campus, Allendale, SC. At an early age, she joined and became a baptized member of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Varnville, SC. Brinda was a faithful servant of the Lord and had faith the size of a mustard seed. She loved the Lord and her church family. Brinda had a sweet, sweet spirit. Even though she was unable to get around like she wanted to, she was a great encourager and inspired many, many people. Brinda was a gadget person…anything new that came out, she would not rest until we found it. Any new food item, Greg knew he had to find it. Brinda was Marilyn’s sales circular; she kept her informed as to what food items were on sale at the grocery store. Larry was her aggravator, keeping her motivated. Brinda is preceded in death by her parents, John and Jennie Lee Pringle; grandparents, Sam and Jennie M. Jenkins and Annie M. Gordon and Lavin Pringle; two brothers, Carey Pringle and Rickie Pringle; one niece, Batreaslyn D. Smart; one sister-in-law, Shirley M. Pringle; aunts and uncles: Hugh “Bun” (Marie) Jenkins, Samuel “Pat” (Henrietta) Jenkins, Cecil “Mink” (Ruth) Jenkins, Edith “Dutchie” (William) Brunson, Ruth “Pig” Fennell, Cicerso “Toe” Frazier, Nebbie (Gussie) Jenkins, Meppie (Spencer) Long, Lula (William) Jenkins, Samuel Gordon Tobin, Major Tobin, Pearly Mae Tobin, and Janet Short and a life-long friend, George H. Loadholt. “And I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove! For then would I fly away, and be at rest. Psalm 55:6 She leaves to cherish her loving memories: one dedicated and devoted son, Gregory H. Pringle, (Quashima “CC” Albright and her son Wayne Francis); one grandson, Gregory K. Pringle, Varnville, SC; one brother, Larry W. Pringle, Varnville, SC; one sister, Marilyn J. (Billy, Jr.) Smart, Brunson, SC; two sisters-in-law, Patricia (Cleveland) Pringle-Stokes, Brunson, SC and Celia Pringle, Hampton, GA; one aunt, Nell Frazier, Hampton, SC (her second mother) her first cousin, like an aunt, Evangelist Norma (Deacon Ronnie “Pete”) Capers; two uncles, Roosevelt Fennell, Yemassee, SC and Robert (Elizabeth) Brooks, Varnville, SC. A host of nieces and nephews: Marshone Washington, Philadelphia, PA; Torrey (Kathy) Pringle, Miami, FL; Reginald (Keisha) Pringle, Fayetteville, NC; Ro Shanda Pringle, Summerville, SC; Katerri (Mark) Pringle-Green, Columbia, SC; Neil (Tamara) Pringle, Haines City, FL; Sherilynne R. (Rashad) Smart-Rice, Lyman, SC; Miesha (Jermaine Williams) Smart North, SC, and Celine Pringle, Hampton, GA; two great nephews and six great nieces. A devoted cousin, Aaron Booker, Varnville, SC. Life-long and devoted friends, Ms. Shirley L. Walker and Ms. Brenda Jamison, Hampton, SC; Ms. Sally Allen and Ms. Sundra Crosby, Varnville, SC. Thank you to her Care Team: Dr. Peter Manos, Respiratory Therapist Francis O’Brien, Dr. Lucille Miller-Sanders, Dr. Glenn W. Welcker, Ms. Tammy Davis, Ms. Yvette Smith, Ms. Corine Scantling, Ms. Samantha Drain, Ms. Julie Sanford, Ms. Rishonda Miley, Ms. Mattie Barnwell, Ms. Tara Williams, Caring Hands, Hampton County EMS, Varnville Fire Department, Hampton Regional Medical Center, After Care, Apria and her hairstylists, Ms. Chris Devoe and Ms. Margie Fennell.
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