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Graveside Service

D&A Funeral Services, Inc. Chapel
Sunday January 10th, 2021
2:00pm

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Clarence Frink

Clarence Frink, age 86 of Chadbourn, passed away on Tuesday, January 5, 2021, at the Columbus Regional Healthcare System in Whiteville.  Clarence was born on February 8, 1934, in Columbus County to the late John Jack Frink and Cleo Oliver. 

To cherish his memory, Clarence leaves behind three daughters: Anna H. Tucker and husband, Barry, of Raleigh, NC, Shelvia Murray and husband, Walter, of Whiteville, NC and Tasha Wright of New York; one son: Toney Williams of Chadbourn, NC; one brother: George Frink of Newport News, VA; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many cherished friends.

A graveside service commemorating Clarence’s life will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 10, 2021, at Belvue Cemetery, 1055 Clarendon-Chadbourn Road, Chadbourn.

A walk-through viewing will be held from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm on Saturday, January 9, 2021, at D&A Funeral Services Chapel.

All attendees are asked to please wear facial masks and practice social distancing for viewing and graveside service.

D&A Funeral Services, Inc. of Chadbourn is serving the Frink family.


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Guestbook

Uncle Clarence, my mom oldest brother, you have gone on to join with your family. We will truly miss you, but God need another angel to join in his Kingdom
Growing up I remember whenever you came to town all the family gather together it was now "party time"
Seeing the family joining together was a beautiful thing we don't have that kind of unity now a days.
Whenever we came to visit you made Us feel at home. You had room not for one or two, but for Us all. You went out and brought an extra trailer to accommodate Us even more.
You was always caring and giving making sure we had a pleasant visit, and you never mumbled or groaned about all the fuss we making.
Last time we all was together we had so much fun, but when it came time to leave the tears filled our eyes because it was hard to leave from your side.
I thank God for the laughter & tears it's something we can hold on to for many years to come and I want to say thank You for your Love & support
Rest In Peace Uncle Clarence and know your job here was Well Done

Teresa Frink Jan 8 2021 12:00 AM

RIP Clarence you problem selling chips and drinks in Heaven..

Alicia (Lek) Campbell Jan 7 2021 12:00 AM