OBITUARY

Brenda G. White

August 17, 1951November 2, 2021
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On November 2nd, 2021 Brenda G. White, 70 of Boonsboro, MD closed her eyes here on earth and opened them to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. After she gave Jesus a huge hug, she was surrounded by her sweet baby girl Michelle White, her father Floyd “Junior” Barnette, her mother Josephine Barnette, brothers Danny Joe and Ralph Edward Barnette, maternal grandparents Raymond and Hazel Woodward, her paternal grandparents Daddy Floyd, Opal Barnette, Momma Bea Barnette, a great nephew Luke Christopher, and a brother in law Bishop Daniel A Hudgins, Sr. Those who are left to cherish wonderful memories of Brenda is the love of her life, Don Covey of Maryland, her son David White (Kelli) of Beaver, her sister Sheri Hudgins of Beckley, her grandsons Dakota White (Caitlyn) of Berkley Springs. Hunter White of Beaver, and Skylar Walls. Also, two granddaughters Destiny and Amari and a great granddaughter Amira, a niece Melissa Clay (Chris) and her family and a nephew Alan Hudgins (Lindsay) and his family. In addition, she has a host of friends and cousins that will miss her greatly. Brenda served as a nurse for 45 years and loved helping others. She had a giving heart and great compassionate for those in need.

Service will be Monday, November 8th from 1 to 2 PM with Service at 2 PM. Serving as Pall Bearers will be friends of the family. The celebration of her life will be led by Rev. Tommy Knotts, Rev. Mike Knotts, and Rev. Melissa Clay.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, November 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, November 8, 2021

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Kimberely lanham

November 13, 2021

Brenda took care of my son Nathen for over ten years. She was apart of our family. She was a loving, caring, compassionate nurse. We will miss her!

Love
Kim, Nathen,&Chase

Destiny White

November 5, 2021

Sarah Price

November 5, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Brenda's passing. Our paths crossed at Brenton Baptist church where my husband Bobby preached. I remember the first time she and her family came. They came and sat on the pew with me. Brenda called me in SC to let us know that precious little Michelle had passed away. I am sure that there was a great reunion in Heaven when Brenda arrived. May God bless and comfort her family and friends today and in the days ahead. Love and prayers for you all.

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