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Brenda C. Burns

March 23, 1944 October 14, 2020
Brenda C. Burns
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Brenda Elaine Cauthen Burns, 76 of Camden, passed away at her home Wednesday, October 14, 2020 surrounded by her Family. Brenda was a loving and faithful wife to her husband Chris, and a loving Mother and Grandmother to her children. Brenda was a faithful PRAYER WARRIOR with Columbia NE Presbyterian Church. Over her 20 yrs she wrote over 6700 prayer grams & numerous Calls, Cards and letters to people in need of prayer and encouragement. She was a Sunday School Teacher for 10 years. Her love for her family and children never waivered. Brenda was a talented and accomplished seamstress, carpenter, WRITER, and LOYAL FRIEND. Brenda was a 1962 graduate of Heath Springs High School. She attended Columbia College & Columbia Business School. She was a Lay Pastor for Virginia Wingard United Methodist Church. Brenda was currently a member of Columbia First Baptist Church. As the end of life was near, she continued to pray for her Family, read her bible, and minister to other people.

A service to celebrate her life and worship the Lord will be held Saturday October 24, 2020 at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon from the Chapel of Baker Funeral Home, Kershaw S.C. Rev. Keith Hinson will officiate. A private Family Burial will be held at a later date.

The Family will greet friends immediately following the service in the Funeral Home.

Those left to cherish her memory include her husband of 56 yrs Chris Burns; her son, Ty Burns & his wife Amy of Liberty Hill; her Goddaughter, Tina Catoe Ross and her husband B.C. Of Kershaw. Grandchildren Kirstin Burns and Victoria Burns both of Irmo; Taylor Leaphart of Conway and Jessi and Willie Catoe of Camden; 2 sisters, Eleanor Evans of Lancaster, June Reeves of Kershaw; sister- in- law, Linda Cauthen of West Columbia. Numerous special Nieces and Nephews. In addition to her parents, Clyburn L. Cauthen (World War I Veteran) and Tcora McMurray Cauthen. She was preceded in death by her 4 brothers & special sister- in- laws. Edwin & Mae Cauthen, Ray (Buck) & Willie Cauthen, Olin & Marrie Cauthen, and Jerry (Chicken) Cauthen.

Memorial contributions in memory of Mrs. Burns may be directed to Northeast Presbyterian Church Prayer Line, 601 Polo Road, Columbia, S.C. 29223 or Oliver Gospel Mission, 1100 Taylor Street, Columbia S.C. 29201.

Baker Funeral Home Kershaw, is serving the Burns Family.

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