OBITUARY

Troy Milton Wrench

5 April, 193916 September, 2021

Godwin, NC

Troy Milton Wrench, age 82 of Dunn Rd., Godwin died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at his home in Godwin, NC.

Troy was born on April 5, 1939 in Sampson County the son of the late Fuetrell Wrench and Dicie Ann Jackson Wrench.

Troy retired from Lillington Correctional Center as a Correctional Officer.

A Graveside Memorial Service will be held Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 4:00 pm at Baptist Chapel Church Cemetery with Rev. Alan Roberts officiating.

He is survived by: His wife: Marshia Stewart Wrench of the home. A son: Johnny Wrench & (wife) Barbara of Goose Creek, SC. A Daughter: Lisa Taylor & (husband) Wesley of Mansfield, Ga. Grandchildren: Kirsty Canaday & (husband) Andrew of Charleston, SC; and Philip Taylor of Mansfield, Ga. Great Grandchildren: Christian Canaday and Charlie Canaday

In lieu of flowers memorial may be made to Baptist Chapel Church Cemetery Fund, 2256 Baptist Chapel Road, Autryville, NC 28318 A Service of Cromartie Miller Funeral Home of Dunn NC

  • FAMILY

  • Fuetrell Wrench, Father (deceased)
  • Dicie Ann Jackson Wrench, Mother (deceased)
  • Marshia Stewart Wrench, Wife
  • Johnny Wrench & (wife) Barbara, Son
  • Lisa Taylor & (husband) Wesley, Daughter
  • Kirsty Canaday & (husband) Andrew & Philip Taylor, Grandchildren
  • Christian Canaday & Charlie Canaday, Great Grandchildren
  • DONATIONS

  • Baptist Chapel Cemetery Fund

Services

  • Graveside Memorial Service

    Saturday, 18 September , 2021

Memories

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Andy Jackson

21 September 2021

Troy was a great friend, hard working and a good down to earth man. I will miss him dearly, until we meet again.
Rest In Peace.

Gloria Honeycutt

18 September 2021

Troy is the best of the best. Someone everyone thinks of as a friend. Always a smile when greeting folks. I have been lucky, meaning not only did I have the pleasure of working with Troy. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing him in this community and witnessing the friendship and kindness he gave so well. Last time I saw Troy I forgot all about the pandemic and social distancing. I rush across the floor to grab and hug him. That is the affect he had on us all. Much love and respect Troy. Rest peacefully my friend.

Josy Gainey Hughes

18 September 2021

Marsha, Johnny and Lisa - I am so sorry for your loss. Troy was one of the nicest men I have ever known. Working together in the tobacco fields are some of my greatest memories. I will keep you all in my prayers.

Beverly Hall

17 September 2021

Troy , a cousin of mine was so special , quiet , friendly, and so giving to all of us. He was always the same where ever you saw him. We are going to miss you and your visits guy. Prayers to the family.

Donna Williford

17 September 2021



Troy was a kind and thoughtful man. He will be missed.
Love and Prayers to The Family

From the Family
From the Family