of North Little Rock, AR
January 15, 1947 - February 24, 2021
Brenda J. Chrispof North Little Rock, ARJan 15, 1947 - February 24, 2021Brenda J. Chrisp, 74, of North Little Rock, passed away February 24, 2021. She was born January 15, 1947. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Martin Chrisp III, her mother and father Mary Frances McVay and Creed McVay, Respectfully, four Brothers, Glen McVay, Jerry McVay, Donald McVay and Terry McVay. She is survived by her sister Kathy Hearin.Brenda is survived by one daughter, Mary Malisa Mayo of Dexter Missouri, Three sons Edward Martin (Marty) Chrisp IV of Warrenton Virginia, Mark Chrisp of Panama City, Florida and Matthew Chrisp of North Little Rock; 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Tuesday, March 2, from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. at Roller-Owens Funeral Home, 5509 JFK Blvd, North Little Rock. Services will follow at Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at Rest Hills Memorial Park.Due to COVID restrictions, all attendees are required to provide and wear a mask.
This lady was one of a kind!!!She and Matthew have always been dear to my heart.Rest in love and peace Breada.
To Mark and the whole Chrisp family our thoughts and prayers have been with yall through this tuff time . We are deeply sorry for your loss
My deepest condolences for the loss of your mother. You are all in my thoughts.
Matt, Marty, Mark, and Marisa, I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Your Mom was one of the strongest ladies that I ever knew. We were next door neighbors in Pine Bluff and met again when we moved to N. Little Rock. She always had a smile on her face and a comment that would make you laugh.
Brenda could always make us laugh. She was genuine. She gave love and received it just as well. We went to NLRHS together but I would run into her every once in awhile. My heart aches for her family. I know she will be missed but it's reassuring that we all will see her again some day.
We loved spending time with her and Matt, helping them build the house, laughing when she decided to buy a new truck, laughing so hard we were crying when she pulled up to the house and seeing Matt's face when he saw it. Watching her hold and play with my grandson while Matt and Louis worked on the house. Just spending time with her outside listening to her about how she wanted to decorate and what she wanted done. Her love for her family was more than she could show and more than they could image. Her hugs and kisses are missed already and the hold she left in our hearts could never be measured. I love this family and I love Brenda, she was momma, she scolded me when I needed it, wiped away my tears and encouraged me when I needed it the most. I love you Brenda and may your memories always fill my heart.
I'm sorry for your loss. The whole McVay family was a big part of my early life. May God grant you peace in your hearts.
So sorry to hear of Brenda’s passing. Love and Prayers to the Chrisp family.
We enjoyed many school years together,so sorry for the loss.prayers are with the family
Our Sincerest Condolences to you Matt, Mary, Marty and Mark and to the rest of the Chrisp Family. We were fortunate to have known Brenda and many of the Chrisp Family for almost 30 years. We will all miss her.
I have so many fun memories of Brenda. She was a great neighbor for a number of years and we shared lots of activities with our kids.After we moved I always enjoyed our chats as crossed paths over the years.My heart goes out to Marty, Marisa, Mark, and Matt. My deepest condolences and may God bless.
To all the Chrisp famiiy, I am so sorry for your loss.As Brenda's first cousin - my memories of her go all the way back to when my brother and I were toddlers. She used to babysit us when our parents went out to eat. She used to entertain us by using her Donald Duck voice rendition. She was so funny!At least now her suffering is over and she can be at piece.God Bless all of you.
Had several thoughts of her these past few months as I lost my sister to COPD back in July this year and I knew she had it too. May the Lord bless her as she was a beautiful Lady. Brenda , Edward and I all went to High School together and share many memories of that time. Prayers for the Family !!!!
Sending hugs and prayers to the entire Chrisp family. May God give you comfort during this difficult time of loss. 🙏
Brenda and I were friends in high school. We took journalism together and had a ton of fun selling ads for the yearbook. We lost touch after I left Arkansas but I never forgot her. Condolences to her family.
REST IN PEACE, BRENDA 🙏🙏
My prayers go up to heaven for your family during this time of sorrow in your lives. Your mom was a friend who will be missed.
Though you have lost a dear loved it's family and friends who feel the loss with you in these trying times. My condolences to your family.R.A.Hale
Forty three years. That's a long time to be best friends. We celebrated the good times and grieved together during the hard times. I will always love and miss my friend, Brenda, and I know I will see her again because she accepted Jesus as her Savior many years ago. She is with him now in Paradise and that gives me peace. I am praying for the Lord to give you all comfort and strength during this dark time of grief.
So sorry many prayers love and big hugs love you all
Dear Family, Harold & I will always havefond memories of our timewith you as our good neighbors on Cardinal Valley. I have thought of you many times and I have missed my wonderful friend Brenda. We are so sorry for the loss of your mother. With deepest sympathy and love.
I am so sorry for your loss. The Crisp family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
She will definitely be missed. Matt, Marty, Mark and Malisa y'all are in my prayers. I'm sorry for y'all's loss. Love all of you