Richard Brent Jr.

richard brent jr.

April 9, 1935 ~ November 18, 2011

Born in: New Orleans
Resided in: Stone Mtn., GA

Obituary Richard Brent, Jr., age 76, departed this life from his home in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where he has been a resident since 1996. Born April 9, 1935 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He proudly defended our country in the Korean war with the United States Air Force before settling back at home in New Orleans. He worked for ILA 3000 until his retirement in 1990. Richard was a Church Deacon, Sunday School Teacher and new members' coordinator for many years. He is survived by his wife of 47 years Rosa M. Brent, children Toni Rinette Brent-Willis, Richard Eric Brent, III, Shalisa Renata Brent-Braziel & Randy Troy Brent, Grandchildren Katrina Johnson, Devon Green, Richaurd Brent, Kristiana Brent, Claude Willis, III, Jihad Brent, Amari Brent, Saliha McWhorter, Jalil Brent, Simyah McWhorter, Randy Brent, Jr., Ciara Brent & Darnell Braziel, Jr. Sons-in-law Claude M. Willis, Jr. & Darnell Braziel and Daughters-in-law Charmaine Brent and Sharia Brent and sister Mary Elizabeth Harris. He is preceded in death by his daughter Angel Regina Green, parents Emma and Richard Brent and sister Gladys McGhee. He is loved and will be dearly missed by a host of nieces, nephews, godchildren, cousins and friends. The light of his spirit will continue to be felt by all who knew him.

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  1. To a great man who helped love and raise my great man. I am so happy to be apart of the legacy you left us. We miss you and will always love you. Your daughter, Sharia

  2. Our prayers and thought are with you and your family….May God bless you and keep you in your time of sorrow..

  3. Praying for perfect peace during this time. I remember Mr. Brent as Randy’s best man at the wedding of Randy and Sharia. What a great man to stand by his son’s side during such a wonderful time. Randy I know your dad is still standing right by your side. Love Auntie.

  4. Never will I forget the man who could make anyone laugh. I was so shy as a child but he always reached out and made me feel at home when visiting. As with everyone he knew, Richard Brent Jr was a man of many good things to say. He will be remembered always for the many wonderful ways he shared himself with everyone. Love you family!

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