Condolences for Theresa Lassiter Brinkley

Susan Lewis posted on 1/8/21

"Miss" Theresa was a gentle sweet soul. I grew up in Menola & she was my Sunday School teacher. She always was dressed wonderfully and wore the most stylish & large earrings! Her homemade chocolate cake was a winner. We will surely miss her in our Menola Community Club. May God Bless her family & Menola friends. Susan Byrum Lewis


KAY EDWARDS posted on 1/7/21

To Theresa's family, our deepest sympathy in your loss. Prayers for comfort and peace in the days ahead. Keep all those special memories close in your heart. Kay and Ronald Edwards


Larry Drew posted on 1/6/21

Brother Clingy and family Carolyn and I pray for comfort and peace for you at this difficult time. Theresa was a wonderful person who cared so much for others. I pray that our Lord will bless you.



Kathy Brinkley Turner posted on 1/6/21

So sorry to hear about Aunt Theresa, I had just talked to her on Sat. I was shocked to hear she had passed. She was a special Aunt. Praying for everyone Kathy Brinkley Turner and family.



George Lassiter posted on 1/6/21

So sorry to hear of Theresa's passing. She was a great person and a wonderful cousin. She will be missed.


Barbara Matthews posted on 1/6/21

We will miss this lady at Menola Baptist church. She was a faithful member until covid-19 appeared. She was kind to everyone. Rest in Peace Theresa. You will be remembered.


Tom and Karen Lassiter posted on 1/6/21

Clingy and Family we send our prayers and sympathy at this sad time for the family. Tom and Karen Lassiter Charleston, SC


Bob and Loretta Wiggins Phillip posted on 1/5/21

I always remember Aunt Teresa as being very kind and loving with a generous heart! As a teenager I remember her dressed on a certain occasion in a beautiful purple dress and shoes with gloves and hat! She was always impeccably dressed! When my father died in 1993 he was in Montana with us and had not lived in NC for two years. We had to travel back to Ahoskie and stay at the Ramada Inn. Theresa generously cooked several meals for us and brought food to hotel so we would not have to go out to eat! She was always looking out for others and giving generously of herself and time to make sure others' needs were met! We will surely miss you!


Lee & Brenda Kinton posted on 1/5/21

Ms. Reese was a sweet lady who made the best fudge this side of the Mason Dixon Line. I didn't know her as long as some of you may have known her , but she was the sweetest most giving and caring lady you will ever meet . Our loss is heavens gain! Till we meet again ❤️


Jim and Kaye Baggett posted on 1/5/21

For the family and friends of Aunt Theresa, we pray for the peace that passes all understanding that can only come from our Heavenly Father. What a reunion has taken place in Heaven with Uncle David Earl and all the saints who have gone before in the presence of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. In Matthew 5:4, Jesus said, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” We pray for all those who are left behind and in mourning. The Good News is that according to John 3:16, we who believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior will meet again in a place so much better than this old world! Jim, Kaye, and the Baggett family


Elizabeth (Wiggins) Merritt posted on 1/5/21

How sad to find out the passing of Aunt Theresa so quick! She was always the best dressed and always had a great smile and wonderful personality! She will be missed by so many! My sympathies to her family and friends. We loved you Aunt Theresa!