Gwendolyn Black

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina

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We worked with Gwen at Woodrow Wilson Elementary, and thought the world of her! We all called each other "Sis." She will always hold a special place in our hearts. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Janice Upright & Barbara Cline

I was so sorry to hear about Gwen. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother to her wonderful children. She was also one of the hardest workers I had ever seen. I taught all 3 of her children. She was a saint and always there for each of them. She was definitely an angel of God. May you all be strengthened by the love of God. Nancy Jean Storie

Gwen was a wonderful person and I loved working with her at Woodrow Wilson. She was always such a kind person to everyone she met. She loved her job and the children she worked with. She will truly be missed, but heaven has gained a true angel.

To the black family,I am so sorry for your lost.My family and I will keep you all our prayers.Mrs.Black it were a pleasure of having a chance of getting to know you.You will always be in our heart and never forgotten.

The feeling of being so blessed to have met and shared time with Gwendolyn is overwhelming. Her strength, faith and love were shown in all she was part of. She will be greatly missed.

I will always remember,Gwendolyn(Button) Black,as we came together in the fellow- ship hall at Marable whereas Button would sing a song and would be ask to do the prayer before processing into the santuary for 10:00 morning worship service.We will miss her songs of praise and prayers of comfort. associate of MMAMEZion Ch.Rev.Mildred B.Lawson,Kann,NC

I am truly saddened. Mama Button will be truly missed. May God bless your family!

My heart is extremely heavy with the loss of a dear friend. My prayers are with all of you. Continue to hold to the wonderful memories of Button and lean upon the Lord for comfort and understanding in the days ahead.



Gwendolyn's Obituary

Gwendolyn Black passed away in KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Concord & Kannapolis Independent Tribune on February 12, 2013.