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Lula Brundidge

Lula Brundidge

Wednesday, March 24th, 1943 Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Lula Mae Brundidge (Butler)

Lula Mae Butler- Brundidge transitioned this life on April 8, 2020 at Covenant Hospice Care of Providence Hospital in Mobile, Alabama. Lula was born on March 24, 1943 in Sweetwater, Alabama to the Union of Dave and Laura Butler. Her religious experience began in Leroy, Alabama when as a child she gave her life to Christ and was baptized at St. Union Baptist Church. The family moved to Wilmer, Alabama in 1957 where she joined Moffettville Missionary Baptist through Christian Experience. Lula married her college sweetheart, Wallace Brundidge in August of 1967. They moved to Merritt Island, Florida where she joined Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorship of Rev. W. O. Wells. There she served many faithful years as the official Church Clerk responsible for maintaining the church’s Membership Archives and attesting to all official business recordings. In addition to this duty, she also served as a trusted Fiancé Office Teller responsible for supporting accurate tithes and offerings accountability.
Lula was a graduate of Wilmer Consolidated School, class of 1961. She matriculated to Alabama State University where she earned a Bachelor’s of Art degree in English/English Literature. After graduation she moved to Florida where she accepted a teaching position at Titusville High School teaching Advance Placement English and English Literature. Also, she sponsored Delta Omega, a Black Social Club, and was actively involved in school fundraisers and was an active supporter of the school’s Athletic Program. She was among the first Black teachers to work at the high school level in Brevard County, Florida. She as an educator for 37 years and retired from the Brevard County School System in June of 2005.
Lula was a sport’s addict and a Seminole’s fan. During football and basketball seasons she was glued to the TV set. She knew the games, she knew the players and could quote stats. She was an avid reader and loved giving books as gifts. She loved staying connected with friends. She was a strong believer in the concept of family and was adamant about keeping family traditions. Though she loved her family Lula was a Floridian for more than fifty years and was strongly attached to her life and friends there.
Lula leaves to cherish her memory five sisters and one brother: Ruby (Clyde) Dumas, Etta Davis, Mary (Daniel) Lovely, Rosie Butler, Linda Butler and brother, Dave Butler, Jr. Three family adopted sisters; Jewell Carter, Aniece Smith and Shirley Bradley.
Seven Nieces and Nephews: Garry (Wanda) Dumas, Jarrod Dumas, Katrina Davis, Brandon (Keisha) Davis, Candi Butler, Brian (Jamelia) Butler, and Todd (Diane) Lovely. Ten great nieces and nephews: B. J. Butler, Secily Dumas, Ryan Dumas, Kyle Dumas, Collin Dumas, Aaliyah Lovely, Jordan Slones, Shelby Waters, Dylan Wright, Jr., and Dallas Wright . Four godchildren: Kyle (Heather) Peete, Phillina (Anthony) Tookes, Jori C. Thomas and Alicia Ki Goldston. Five very close girlfriends: Ruby Borens, Nan Holloway, Lillie Newsome, Barbara Peete, and Betty Rackston. Caring and Devoted friends: Hubert Peete, Joseph Bradley and Ed Nichols. She also leaves to cherish her memory a host of loving cousins, friends and acquaintances.

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  • Visitation

    Friday, April 17th, 2020 | 9:00am - 11:00am
    Small's Mortuary Chapel
    950 South Broad Street
    MOBILE, AL
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    Friday, April 17th, 2020
    9:00am - 11:00am
  • Service

    Friday, April 17th, 2020 |
    Small's Mortuary - Mobile
    950 S. Broad Street
    Mobile, AL
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    Friday, April 17th, 2020
    11:a.m. Private
  • Interment

    Friday, April 17th, 2020 |
    Moffettville Church Cemetery
    Address Not Available
    Wilmer, Alabama
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    Friday, April 17th, 2020

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Juelene Bean and William Bean, Derwood and Mckinley Family, and others have sent flowers to the family of Lula Mae Brundidge (Butler).
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Comment | Posted at 05:36pm via Memorial Tree

Kuniki Lockett

My Condolences to the Butler and Brundidge families on the loss of your beautiful sister and loved one Lula. You all are in our hearts and prayers During these difficult times. -Kuniki Lockett

Comment | Posted at 02:58pm via Condolence
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Juelene Bean/William Beam

William and Juelene Bean
Our sincere heartfelt sympathy on the lost of your sister. There are never a time when we are ready for them to leave us. Continue to recall those wonderful spots of times that you spent together and cherished memories. She is in a better place. There is a day of sunny rest for every dark and troubled night,, and grief may bide an evening quest but joy shall come with morning light for God hath market each sorrowing day, and numbered every secret tear, and Heavens' long age of bliss shall pay for all His children suffer here-William Cullen Bryant
Comment | Posted at 08:36am via Condolence
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Juelene Bean and William Bean

With sincere sympathy on the loss of your sister.
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Linnette Daniels

To the Butler Family God Comfort and Bless You. Mrs Brundidge was a Jewell to the GSPBC family and will be dearly missed. Her gentle spirit and love will always be remembered. Linnette and Welcome Committee
Comment | Posted at 08:02am via Condolence
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