Brenda C. Berry - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Brenda C. Berry

October 20, 1944 - December 20, 2023

Brenda C. Berry, age 79, of Mount Airy, MD, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, December 20, 2023.

Born in Danese, WV on October 20, 1944, she was a daughter of the late Roy E. and Mary (Atkins) Critchley. Brenda dedicated her life to her family as a talented homemaker.

In her spare time, Brenda loved tending to her yard and planting flowers. She was an excellent cook and always had a delicious meal ready for her family. When she was ready to relax for the evening, Brenda could often be found crocheting.

Brenda was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and Mary Critchley. She is survived by her loving husband, Calvin Berry; son, Mark Moore (Cindy); stepson, Marcus Berry (Kelly); granddaughters, Kristal (Rob), Erica (Jon), Jessey, Kelsey, and Lindsey; step-granddaughter, Emily (Seth); great-grandchildren, Anthony, Destiny, Kendell, Jordynn, Hunter, and Wyatt; step-great-granddaughter, Isla; and numerous great-great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

All services will be held privately.


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6 Condolences for Brenda C. Berry

  • My Deepest Condolences to all the family. It has been many years since I last saw Brenda but I have many memories from when all of our families moved from West Virginia to Delaware. I know she will be missed by all who knew her.

  • My sweet Aunt Brenda I love you so much! You were always doing so much for me as a child, young lady and then young mom. You spoiled my kids Isabel and Isaac just like they were you’re own! You will always be Aunt Brennie to me. If I would have known I would have held on a little tighter. Thank you for just being there when I needed you the most… you were always just a phone call away. Rest in heaven and give Dad a great big hug and kiss for me. Love you forever ❤️

  • RIP Aunt Brenda. May God wrap his arms around the family to comfort them during this difficult time. I can remember all the times Aunt Brenda would visit us in Detroit, her laugh & the way she said “come on Baby”. I will never forget you. Kiss everyone up there for me🙏🏽

  • My deepest condolences. Many memories that will always be there. Love you

  • Missing you so bad,”my darling sister Brenda Carol”.We were best friends and always at each others house. So glad “Bro Asa” was able to perform your and Calvin’s wedding ceremony. Who would of known you both got your heavenly wings around two months apart? I have a double ache in my heart. I will see you both again. Love you forever and ever. Love, Audrey

  • Dear, sweet Brenda. You were my cousin, but just like all of Aunt Mary’s daughters, you were more like an aunt to me than a cousin. I have so many memories from when I was a little girl, staying with you all at Aunt Mary’s house. I know I was always so happy when mom and dad would tell us we were going to Brenda’s house for a cookout or whatever. I pray God will comfort all of our family and friends who feel your loss so deeply. Please also give mom and dad, Asa, Aunt Mary, Joyce and all of our family who have already passed over. I look forward to the day when we will all meet again in Heaven. Oh What a Day That Will Be.