Addrenna  McCullar

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Addrena was born Feb. 9, 1935 to Mr. John and Rosetta Self in Texarkana, Texas. She united with Wesley Chapel CME Church shortly after relocating to Greenville. After graduating from high school, Addrena became a licensed masseuse and later retired from the Greenville YMCA after years of service.
She learned braille in school and loved to read her books (her bible and children's story books were her favorite). Children and adults were fascinated to watch her read her braille books. She would often say "Who says I can't see?"
She was a strong person who was full of faith. She departed this life on Aug. 30, 2019, walking hand in hand with God as He shows her all the things she could not physically see with her eyes on earth.
Cherishing her memories are daughters Lisa McCullar of Greenville, Texas and Renette Brazile (Keith) of Dallas, Texas; sisters Georgene Wilson (James) and Faye Hamilton both of Austin, Texas; three grandchildren Derrick Price of Richardson, Texas, Landon Brazile of Dallas, Texas and granddaughter Logane Brazile of Houston, Texas.
Her homegoing services will be held Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 at Wesley Chapel CME Church, 2100 Kennedy Street, 1 p.m. Burial in Memoryland Cemetery. Public visitation will be held at Love & Integrity Funeral Cremation Service, 4900 King St., from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
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Published on September 5, 2019
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Sam Bennett and Midge
Sep 07, 2019
We love you all My heart hurts for your loss. God be with you and fill you with peace and grace as you fine your way through this time. So grateful for all the memories. I have
Cheta Hall
Sep 06, 2019
Lisa and Renette, your mom was a very special lady! I enjoyed talking with her as much as the massage. I have many great memories from those years. She always kept me updated on you two and your accomplishments. She was so proud of you. Praying for you and rest of family. You were blessed to have such a special mom. Love, Cheta