Brenda T. Pollock Williams
December 28, 1958 - April 24, 2018
Brenda T. Pollock- Williams, age 59 departed this life to begin eternal life with our lord on April 24, 2018. She was at home in North Augusta, SC surrounded by her loved ones.
Brenda was born on December 28, 1958 to Geneva Patricia Pollock and the late Reverend George Garrett Pollock in Aiken, South Carolina. She joined Four Mile Baptist Church at an early age and later moved her membership to Good Shepard Baptist Church. Her love for cooking, baking, gardening, taking care of her mother and being with family consumed most of her time.
She leaves to cherish memory; A loving mother, Geneva P. Pollock; two sisters, Debbie Pollock-Berry, Ashburn, VA; and Tabitha Pollock, North Augusta, SC; brother-in-law, Richard T Berry Jr., Ashburn VA; one loving niece and god daughter, Blair M Berry, Ashburn, VA; two nephews, Richard T Berry III; Blake R Berry, Ashburn, VA; ; four aunts, Ophelia ( Morris) Mims, Aiken, SC; Felicia Tutt, Evans GA; Dorothy Guyton and Lillian Pollock, Aiken, SC.; four uncles, J.C. Callahan, Graniteville, SC; James Callahan, Raymond Callahan, North Augusta, SC and Willie Pollock, Aiken, SC; a host of cousins and other relatives and friends.
Memorial services will be held for family members to attend on Monday, May 7, 2018 at 11:30 am at Second Providence Baptist Church, North Augusta,SC. Family will receive friends prior to the memorial services from 11:00-11:30 am. Please send flowers to Arlington Burial & Cremation 1220 George C. Wilson Dr. Augusta GA or make donations to the American Cancer Society.
Online condolances may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com Arlington Burial and Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive, Suite C, Augusta, Georgia 30909. 762-994-0311
Although it has been many years, I remember Brenda's pleasant demeanor. I pray God's comfort during this challenging time and may this experience draw your family closer to Our Heavenly Father. We send condolences to Debbie, Tabby, and Mully, May God bless your family.Walter III, Walter, IV, Walter, Jr., Lois and Taylor Bianca - May 8 at 12:59 AM
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Brenda. Sending our sincere thoughts and prayers to the family. May Gods Love continue to keep you now and always. With Love,Sheeinee, Willie and Janice, Goss & Kelly family - May 7 at 3:32 PM
Tabby My friend, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Mrs Brenda knew and Loved the Lord. She always had a beautiful smile every time I would see her. I would often see her at Lowe's looking and buying flowers. She would always ask about my family. She was such a kind hearted person. Tabby when i saw you and Brenda together it was like seeing double youall look so much alike. You could see and feel the love of a sisterly bond.. I pray God would strengthen you and your family through this difficult time. Look to hill where all your help come from. It come from the Lord!!!!! Tabby we love you!!!Jerry& Bertha Nell Patterson - May 5 at 2:11 PM
Pollock family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God's peace be upon your family.Murray Garvin - May 5 at 1:38 PM
Debbie & Family, Our thoughts and prayer are with you and your family. We pray for comfort and peace for each of you. May God bless you all. The Love FamilyJeanette Love - May 4 at 6:06 AM
Debbie & Family, My heartfelt condolences regarding the loss of Brenda. May you be comforted by all the loving memories of Brenda and may you have courage to face the difficult days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Vivian - May 3 at 8:35 AM
Condolences & Prayers to the Family. Heaven has gained a Beautiful Angel. Brenda’s Dad, the late Reverend George Pollock, ordained my late Father, Reverend Albert Long into the ministry at Four Mile Baptist. Special thoughts to Brenda’s Mom, Mrs. Geneva, who thought of me by calling when my parents passed away. I’ll cherish the Sweet Memories Of Brenda. ??Tyrone & Bernice L. DeLoach - May 3 at 8:08 AM
Greetings. Debbie is a dear friend of mine from previous work. In May 2015, Debbie and Brenda stopped by to congratulate my daughter’s high school graduation. They brought a lovely wreath decorated in USC Gamecocks colors and mascot. The wreath was created by Brenda. We are so honored to meet her and to have keepsake from her lovely touches at our home. Although we only met Brenda briefly, we never forget her warm and funny personality. I wish I could spend more time knowing her. What a great and beautiful lady! Or thoughts and prayers are with her wonderful family. No words can erase your pain - many of us wish those words would exist. May peace be with Brenda and with her great family. May the sweet memories last forever in your hearts.The Ritzert Family - May 2 at 7:22 PM
Greetings, I did not the pleasure of knowing Brenda, but I know Debbie. If Brenda is anything like her sister, I’m certain she was an amazing woman! I have had the great fortune to (briefly) get to know Brenda through Debbie’s eyes.. I didn’t know Brenda, but I know she loved the Lord; I know she loved her family, and I know she was a person of great integrity and character. Brenda left a legacy of excellence. She understood the scripture, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me! Additionally, she knew that her help came from the Lord.. I can truly say this, Brenda has made an indelible impression on me and I will never forget her; because of what she meant to Debbie and she transitioned to be with the Lord on my birthday - April 24th.. Rest easy Brenda.. No more pain & no more sickness, you are in the presence of the Almighty King.!! May the peace of Jehovah be with the family!Minister Alex Morris - May 1 at 11:55 PM
Our hearts are with this amazing family as you honor and celebrate Brenda's impact on all of your lives. While I didn't have the opportunity to know Brenda personally, I know that the spirit of a wonderful Sister, Aunt, Niece, Cousin and Friend shines through each of you. Please know that we hold you in our prayers now and always.Trish and Brooks Ferrett - May 1 at 5:22 PM