Celebrating the life of....Blondina Michelle Friday



Sunrise: December 5, 1962 Sunset: January 9, 2022


Public Visitation: Friday, January 14, 2022 1-6 PM

S.E. Thomas Funeral & Cremation Services

110 Highland Avenue, Thomasville, NC 27360

Family Visitation: Saturday, January 15, 2022 11:00 AM

Emmanuel Baptist Church

204 Turner Street, Thomasville, NC 27360


Funeral Service: Saturday, January 8, 2022 11:30 AM

Emmanuel Baptist Church

204 Turner Street, Thomasville, NC 27360


OBITUARY


On December 5, 1962, Blondina Michelle Friday was gifted to her parents the late Clark Friday, Sr. and the late Annie Lowery Friday. While we were blessed with fifty-nine years, her life was truly too short. In the early hours on January 9, 2022, God granted Blondina her heavenly wings.

“Mutt” as she was affectional known by family and friends was a loving and caring person. Giving selflessness to her family, friends and community through her straight to the hip conversations to family members and encouraging words to the Dudley High youth community in Greensboro, NC. Her main goal was to uplift and inspire others to achieve their goal.

She lead by example and continued to strive for higher education herself; enrolling into North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University “Aggie Pride”. In 2018, she received her Bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in psychology. In 2020, she received her Master’s degree in agricultural education; without limitation she was pursuing to achieve her PHD. She was a cultural historian and nothing was more rewarding to her than teaching others of their indigenous African history.

Mutt loved to read and sing. She also has hidden talents of a cosmetologist and acting. She enjoyed attending stage plays and traveling. She traveled to Spain, Philadelphia and her favorite of all was Atlanta. Her most cherished trips were in Atlanta visiting her beloved son, Bryan. Two peas in a pod; inseparable as they enjoy each other; mother to son, son to mother. Countless conversation from love, family and politics.

Leaving to cherish her memories are her son, Bryan A. Lacewell (Brittany) of Stone Mountain, GA, two brothers, John (Avia) Friday of Winston Salem, NC, and Clark Friday, Jr. of Lexington, NC; five sisters, Clarissa (James) Wilson and Felicia Sexton both of Lexington, NC, Versie Friday and Deborah (T. R.) Harris both of Thomasville, NC and Cynthia Thomas of High Point, NC, several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.



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