January 14, 1922 - May 2, 2021
Martha Fagan Brewer, age 99, passed away Sunday May 2, 2021 after a long battle with Alzheimer's Dementia. She was born in Rives, TN on Jan 14, 1922. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Jeff Fagan, in 1985 and her second husband Quentin Brewer in 2006. Also preceding her in death were her parents, Daniel and Virginia Holloway; 4 sisters and 1 brother. She is survived by her daughter, Donna and husband, Ed Strickland of St Simon's Island, Ga; son, Dan Fagan and wife, Susan of the Marshall Islands, and daughter, Debbie Yingling of Little Rock, Ar. She had 7 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren, and 1 great- great grandson.She was a longtime resident of East Point, Ga where she and Jeff were members of Greenbriar Church of Christ. Upon retirement, she and Jeff moved to Young-Harris, Ga. where they were members of the Hayesville Church of Christ. Martha remained in Young-Harris until 2013 when she relocated to Atlanta, close to her daughter, Donna. In 2015, her family moved her to Little Rock, Ar. close to her daughter, Debbie. She remained in Little Rock until her death.Memorial services will be Monday May 24th at Hayesville Church of Christ, 817 Hwy 64; Hayesville, NC 28904 with visitation at 11:00 and service at 11:45. A luncheon will follow at 1:15 for family and friends. Interment will be a private, family service later at Laurel Hills Memorial Gardens, Young-Harris, Ga.In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to Hospice Home Care Comfort Care Center, 2200 S. Bowman Rd. Little Rock, Ar. 72211.
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Thank you for letting us have so many good times with your Mom at the Comfort Care Center of Hospice Home Care. She touched so many lives and we love her so much. I loved coming in to work so I could spend time with our special lady, Martha Brewer. That beautiful winning smile and sweet spirit is the highlight of my day. Rest in Love, Rest with Jesus I love you Mrs. Brewer.
Debbie, what a great lady. Her stories made my heart joyful. I loved to talk to her about when she played High School Basketball. She loved praying together with me. She always wanted to hold my hand during prayer and caressed the side of my hand with her thumb, it was do sweet. I will miss her very much; the Comfort Care Center will not be the same without her smile and soothing presence. Chaplain Ron Byrd
I spent many summers camping with Jeff and Martha and Dave & Melva Kodatt. They were at mine and Mikes Wedding at Greenbrier church. I loved your whole family. I miss those days so much. I’m praying for your whole family. Love to you all ❤️
Debbie and Family, thank you for sharing your precious mother with us. She was such a JOY. I looked forward to seeing her every weekend at the Comfort Care Center. We had lovely times together....I miss her🌻🌻🌻