Lillian Kearney Colquit

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Lillian Kearney Colquit

December 2, 1933 ~ August 20, 2014 (age 80)


Lillian Kearney Colquit, was born December 2, 1933, to Joseph B. Kearney & Celesta G. Kearney in Bridgeport, CT.  Lillian attended Warren Harding High School and Bullard Havens Technical  School in Bridgeport, CT. 

Lillian accepted Christ at an early age.  She attended Messiah Baptist Church for many years.  Her  dedication and commitment was shown in all aspects of her life. She worked at SNET for 28 years as a phone technician.

Lillian Kearney Colquit departed this life on Wednesday, August 20, 2014.  She is survived by her 3 sons, Lawrence Kearney of Bridgeport, Ct, Herman Kearney of Browns Summit, NC, and Damon Kearney of Reidsville, NC; 2 step-sons Ricardo Gomez of Carthage, NC, and  Reginald Spears of Charlotte, NC; 1 step-daughter Belinda Colquit; 6 grandchildren, Joaquiem Fernandes Kearney, Lauryn Kearney, Shubi Simmons, Celesta Kearney, Michael Hinton of Bridgeport, CT, and Daniel E. Kearney; 1 sister Josephine K. S. Dennis; 1 niece Gail S. Coxen; and a host of great-granddaughters, sons, nieces, other family & friends.



Memorial Service

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
2:00 PM
Funeral Home Directions
2110 Veasley Street
Greensboro, NC 27407

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  • August 26, 2014
    lonnie lloyd says:
    To Larry (Pen), Herman (Mouse) and Damon. I just wanted to give you all my sincerest condolences for the lose of your beautiful mother. I go all the way back with you guys, and spent a lot of time at your house on adams street. your mom was always kind and loving to me and the rest of your friends. I can still see that big beautiful smile that she had. I will continue to pray for you all during your time of sorrow..                                                                                                          God Bless You                                                           Lonnie