The Life and Legacy of Brenda T. Parks
A Life Well Lived
Mrs. Brenda Taylor Parks was born on June 20,
1953 in Tyner, North Carolina to the late Sherman
and Annie Ruth Taylor. She was also preceded in
death by her son Tracy Taylor. On Monday, November
29, 2022 at Sentara Virginia Beach Hospital, while
surrounded by family, Brenda answered the Master’s
Brenda attended school in the Edenton-Chowan
school system. Upon completion, she began her
career at Economic Improvement Council, Inc. (EIC)
until her health began to decline.
Brenda was a faithful member of
Greater Welch’s Chapel Baptist Church.
She loved shopping, arts and crafts,
was an avid ﬂoral gardener and had a
passion for yard work. Brenda was a
loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother,
sister, aunt and friend.
Brenda leaves to cherish her loving memories
her “Honey Boo” Larry Parks; her son, Stanton Park;
stepdaughter, Tonia Walton; nine grandchildren,
Najah, Tracy Jr., Tramere, Jarius, Trevon, Kamoni,
Wayne’, Nataliya, and Standre; 4 great-grandchildren;
three sisters, Elector Hurdle of Tyner, NC, Lillie T.
Riddick (Arthur) and Debra Grifﬁn (Edgar) both of
Elizabeth City, NC; a special cousin, Connie Walton; four nieces, two nephews, and a host of family and friends.
A viewing and visitation will take place on Friday Dec. 2, 2022, from 4pm -6pm at the funeral home.
A Funeral service celebration will take place on Saturday Dec. 3, 2022, 2pm at The Greater Welch Baptist Church in Tyner, NC.
Final resting place for Mrs. Parks will be at the Greater Welch family church cemetery.
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