Thelma Page Brock
October 8, 1927 - February 11, 2021
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Thomas McAfee - Downtown Chapel
639 North Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 232-6733 | Map
Tuesday 2/16, 1:00 pm

Thelma Page Brock, 93, devoted wife of the late Wallace Edward Brock, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, February 11, 2021. Born in Greenville County, she was a daughter of the late Luther Eugene and Lucy Annie Mayfield Page. Thelma was a member of Francis Ashbury United Methodist Church. She was…

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Kathleen Jennings left a message on March 27, 2021:
I am sorry to read this news of Mrs Brock’s passing. Deepest sympathy to her family and especially to Eddie, a friend of many years ago. May she Rest In Peace. A life well lived.
Terri Moore left a message on February 22, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Brock. I will always remember her with a smile on her face and always a kind word. A faithful member of Francis Asbury United Methodist Church.


Kay Family left a message on February 17, 2021:
From the Kay family, our condolences. 
Aunt Thelma was a very kind soul and giving heart. We know she is now with Uncle Todd and the rest of her loved ones that went home ahead of her. Earth's loss is Heavens gain. 
We will miss you. 
Ginger Page Ludwig left a message on February 16, 2021:
My Aunt Thelma was such a strong woman.  She was always there when I needed her.  When my Dad was so ill she held my hand and told me stories about my Dad and how they missed him when he was fighting for your county in WW II.  She always held a special place in my heart.  I will always remember her kindness.  I am at peace because I know that her family has the knowledge that she is surely in the arms of her Savior.  Ginger
Melanie left a message on February 15, 2021:
My Mama always challenged me and had high expectations of me.  She also made sure she used proper grammar, but unintentionally added an "ing" to make a word sound more eloquent.  We always talked about how pretty the Blue Ridge Mountings were.  I have tons of memories of spending time with her and Papa- watching Hee Haw, Atlanta Braves games, and learning how to make the best steak and gravy.  Always the hostess, even when she was suffering she wanted to make sure her guests were fed and comfortable.  She will be missed- love her forever.  Melanie
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Donna McManaway left a message on February 15, 2021:
Oh how she will be missed. She was one of the wisest people I have ever known. It was an honor to sit and talk to her. She always made you feel special and at home. A true example of a servant of God. We have all been blessed to be part of her life.
Diane Johnson left a message on February 15, 2021:
I didnt know this sweet lady personaly but I do know she raised a kind hearted sweet daughter named Denise Stephens. My prayers go out to all the family members.
David Goode left a message on February 15, 2021:
She was the Best mother-in-law anyone could ever have and the Best mother--as her children will attest to.  She claimed me as her Son and she became a mother to me by me marrying Debra.  So I think I got a good package deal. I even got a Daddy out of it.  She's the only person who gave me two Bibles in my lifetime.  She was always a Blessing to all who crossed her path.  She loved her God, her church, and her family.  She was the epitome of a Christian SERVANT.  David Goode,  SON
Luke Mims left a message on February 14, 2021:
Kathy and I extend our most heartfelt condolences to everyone of the Brock and Page families. I was honored and feel most privileged to have know and served as Thelma and Wally’s Pastor at Francis Asbury for six wonderful years. Thelma was a generous and kind friend and servant to so many in her family and her church community. She was a prayer warrior without equal always remembering the needs and hurts of others before herself. She always shared a beautiful smile reminding us that everything will be alright. Her laughter was contagious and will always be remembered. May she walk in the beautiful gardens of heavenly peace for which she so justly deserves. Well done faithful servant. Grace and peace, Pastor Luke Mims
Renita Owens left a message on February 14, 2021:
Our mother, Lois, was just 16 months old when her sister Thelma was born. When Thelma started walking Grandma out her hand in Mother’s and asked her to take care of her. Great friends all their lives, they belonged to a family of ten siblings who were raised in a home that over flowed with love and laughter. And God was the center of their hime. Thelma always had a smile and a hearty laugh that just changed everyone around her. I remember my aunts cutting hair and putting in home permanents while they laughed and enjoyed each other. And Thelma became “Great Thelma” to us when they finished a quilt for my daughter Beth for her wedding gift. She accidentally signed the card that way instead of signing “Great Aunt Thelma”. We laughed about that with her a lot too. But she truly was “Great Thelma” and was dearly loved by all of the Page family. She will be sorely missed.
Susan Cooke left a message on February 14, 2021:
My sincere sympathy to the Brock family in the loss of your mother.  I remember her and her family from Francis Asbury Methodist church.  May sweet memories bring you peace and comfort.
Susan Vinson Cooke
Ann Campbell left a message on February 13, 2021:
I have been a friend of your Aunt Jean for  over 70 years.  During this friendship I had occasion  to see Thelma several times.  She was always so pleasant to be around.  Jean has shared with me how faithful you have been in caring for your Mom.  I know you have many good memories.  You are in my prayers.
Charlene Allen left a message on February 13, 2021:
I loved this sweet lady. I met her at Francis Asbury Methodist Church and was drawn to her by her smile and sweet spirit. She and her family are an inspiration ️
Jimmy Greer left a message on February 13, 2021:
I remember Thelma and Wallace before I married Marie Elizabeth Dodd on Columbia Circle back in the Early Sixties, All her Kids were a part of the Area where Her Kids were Friends with the Dodds and Kays, She will be Sorely Missed and there is no one else on Griffin Drive that can Take up the Flag that she has left, Wonderful Lady, She was so sweet.
Steve Custer left a message on February 13, 2021:
The Brocks and the Custers have been neighbors for more than 60 years.  Thelma was always such a wonderful Christian friend who gave praise every day.  She was a second Granny for me and she always made sure I felt loved and appreciated.  While I miss her very much already, I know I will see her again.  Heaven has gained another angel.
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