OBITUARY

Prudence June Brankin

June 27, 1950April 4, 2019

Prudence June Brankin, "Prudy" age 68 of Southport, NC passed away on Thursday, the fourth of April 2019 in the New Hanover Regional Medical Center. She was born in Skowhegan, Maine to the late Linwood Percy Kincaid and Angie Kelley Kincaid. Prudy was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Donald Kincaid. Growing up in Bristol, Connecticut; Prudy and her husband decided to settle on Oak Island in 1996. She worked for several years at Thomas Drugs on Oak Island, NC and was known to be outgoing, caring and a friend to many. She is survived by her loving husband Patrick Brankin; two brothers, Richard Kincaid, David Kincaid and wife Debbie; two sisters, Penelope “Penny” Kearney, Pamela Sullivan and husband Jack. At Prudy’s request, no formal services are being planned. The family requests with gratitude that donations be made in her name to the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina, 529 Moye Blvd., Greenville, NC 27834 or rmhenc.org/donate or to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or www.stjude.org/donate. Online condolences are encouraged and may be offered at www.whitefuneralservicesupply.com White Funeral & Cremation Service, Bolivia/Supply Chapel

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Prudence June Brankin

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Bill Allen

April 12, 2019

Dear Pat- my deepest condolences to you on Prudys passing. You are in my thoughts as you deal with your loss and through your adjustment to a very different life. Bill

Kevin & Beth OConnor

April 12, 2019

Pat,
We are so very sorry to hear of Prudy’s passing. If there is anything at all that we can help with please do let us know

Brian & Wendy Douglas

April 8, 2019

We loved hearing about her vacation travels with Pat to far away and exotic places. Prudy had a knack for capturing and expressing the unique qualities and characteristics of a country and it's people. We also enjoyed trading pet stories, as our cat is as big as their dogs and has a personality to match. Prudy was a gem and she will be remembered and missed.

Christi Coleman

April 7, 2019

My memories of Aunt Prudy are all full of laughter and smiles. She took me to New York City for the first time, took me to my first armadillo race, gave me my first HoHo, took me to my first pool with a gigantic block of ice. I was with her on my first 115 degree day (now the ice in the pool makes more sense). I had my first Cheeto fresh out of the oven while visiting her, and she gave me my first phone. She was full of life and had a wicked sense of humor. We are so sorry for your loss Uncle Pat,
Christi and the Coleman’s

Mary Keating

April 6, 2019

You never corrected me for calling you Purdy week after week after week. You always made me smile Purdy, and I will surely miss your smiling face. You were a real gal!

Karen Brankin

April 5, 2019

I remember the wonderful and funny Prudy. I'll never forget the special the time Pat & Prudy met us at Disney World when the kids were little, and how everyday by accident she came out wearing the same color shirt as Elizabeth. Prudy made it a big deal and made Elizbeth feel so special because she and Aunt Prudy where twins When we got home Elizabeth would always ask her what she was wearing :)

Courtney Harrell

April 5, 2019

One of my favorite memories of Aunt Prudy is having her help with Halloween makeup when we were little. She was always the best at making us look extra scary or extra glam! She loved going all in and getting us excited to celebrate too. You will be missed!

Maureen Angers

April 5, 2019

BCO shapes both of our lives but my best memories are sitting in the water and letting the waves come up over us. Thank you for finding my paradise for me and we lived there! Also sharing your “secret” rib recipe with me!