Obituary for Brenda Page
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the Heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance. Ecclesiastes 3: 1-4
Mrs. Brenda Aretha Hunter Page, of 101 Moonlit Drive, Greenville, South Carolina, was born August 8, 1944, in Easley, South Carolina, to the late Charles Wyatt Hunter, Sr., and Clarabell Anderson Hunter. Her earthly life transition date was August 4, 2017.
Her educative formative years took place in Easley, South Carolina, graduating from Clearview High School in 1962. She married Marvin Page, Jr., August 12, 1972. She worked in the textile industry for many years, retiring from Wagner Systems, located in Greenville, in 2002.
She joined Easley Chapel United Methodist Church as a youth, where she worked in various capacities such as membership on the church choir; her soprano voice inspired many hearts. Those persons who witnessed her innate decorating aptitude were amazed. Her family and friends appreciated her cake-baking and cooking skills. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Stars Mt. Lily Chapter #59.
When she danced, everyone watched. A neat-as-a-pin clean home was her trademark. Her all-encompassing love overflowed into the lives of all she touched.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Wyatt and Clarabell Hunter; brothers, Michael and Frank; and one sister, Zola Mae.
She lovingly spread her halo of love and care to: her husband, Marvin; her three daughters, Brenda V. (Angelo) Richardson of Haymarket, VA, Dawn A. Page and Crystal A Page, both of Greenville, SC; her five surviving brothers, Charles Wyatt (Earnestine) Hunter, Jr. of Greenville SC, Craig Hosea (Mary Ann) Hunter, Stanley Lee Hunter and David Earl Hunter, all of Easley, SC, and Richard Daris Hunter of Sunnyvale, CA; one sister, Truly Ann Hunter of Sunnyvale, CA; two aunts and three uncles remember her fondly, Mary Lou Hallums of Alexandria, VA, and Bernice Anderson of Easley, SC, Billy Anderson, Joe Anderson and Bernard Anderson, all of Philadelphia, PA; four grandchildren were the apples of her eye: DeAngelo Richardson, Dante' Richardson and Alexis Richardson, all of Haymarket, VA, and Jarius Page-Jones of Greenville, SC.
Brenda Aretha Hunter Page. She smiled. She sang. She danced. She loved.All of her entire cast of family and friends----there are many----will always cherish her.
Her battlefield-faith in God in spite of difficulty and her Christ-like purposed-filled love will forever remain as her treasured and emanating legacies.