Indian Trail, NC
Brenda ""Bren"" Herring
Brenda "Bren" Herring, 71 of Indian Trail, North Carolina, formerly of Riverdale, Georgia, entered Heaven's gates on July 9, 2019, at Novant Matthews Hospital in Matthews, North Carolina. Born August 25, 1947 in Atlanta, Georgia, the daughter of the late Doctor Felton Adams Jr. and Estell Hudson Adams.
A loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and daughter. She was a Christian lady who dearly loved her family and enjoyed spending countless hours watching them play ball. Her kids were her life. She loved her little dog, Chi Chi. Brenda was unassuming, humble, kind, generous, smart and beautiful; a charismatic woman that drew people to her. She worked 27 years for the State of Georgia Revenue Department. Brenda is deeply loved and will be greatly missed.
On September 8, 1972, Mrs. Herring united in marriage to Larry Herring, who survives. Other survivors include her son: Michael Kevin Herring, daughter-in-law: JoDee, and Granddaughter: Bailey, of Asheboro, North Carolina. Her daughter: Jennifer Herring and Granddaughters Reagan, Skyler, and Emily, of Indian Trail, North Carolina. Her brother: Chuck Adams and wife Linda of Cartersville, Georgia. Her sister-in-law: Regina Herring Albritton and husband Mel of Clarksville, Tennessee. And countless cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend Brenda's memorial service and visitation at Ford-Stewart Funeral Home, 2047 GA Highway 138, Jonesboro, GA, 770-210-2700, Saturday, July 20, 2019. Visitation from 4:00 - 5:00 pm and service at 5:00 pm.

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