Born Elizabeth Louise Brown, September 5, 1926 to
Mary Amos and Henry Brown in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Elizabeth departed this earth to be with her Savior
on July 3, 2022.
Elizabeth was raised in Little Rock, Arkansas and attended school there. She entered Cosmetology School
and upon completion, began working. She married
Julius Drummond, Jr. and to this union were born two sons, Ronald and
Richard and one daughter, Nanette. They moved to Fayetteville NC where
she worked Cosmetology then began to work for Fred Johnson’s Grocery
Store on Old Wilmington Road through the move to Langdon Street. She
worked in Food Service at Fort Bragg and Group Homes with Mrs. Lattimore.
She then decided to go to school and became a private duty sitter until she
was no longer able to work.
Elizabeth accepted Christ at an early age. She has been a member of Parks
Chapel now Kingdom Impact Global Ministries for almost sixty years. She
was a member of the choir and prayer groups for many years. She loved
gardening, cooking and fishing. Up until the end, she remained active by
attending a Senior Activity Program five days a week. She could be seen
doing her step on video two days before her departure.
Preceding her in death were her parents, Mary Amos and Henry Brown; her
sisters—Georgia Whitted and Shirley Brown; her brothers—M.L. Winston
and Otto Amos.
Left to cherish her memories are her sons Ronald Drummond (Creta),
Reginald Drummond; and a daughter, Nanette Clarke, all of Fayetteville NC;
Grandchildren—Anthony Drummond of Raleigh NC, Gregory Drummond of
Florida; T’Errance and Tamecka Avery of Fayetteville NC and Floyd Clarke
(Laura) of Virginia Beach VA; eight great grandchildren, four great great
grandchildren, a brother-in-law, Jimmy Whitted of Fayetteville NC; nieces—
Debra Stewart of Fayetteville NC, Sandra Pugh of Virginia; and a host of
other relatives and friends.
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