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Heather Brooke Center

September 7, 2000 - July 8, 2009

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Brooke Center

Duncan

Heather Brooke Center, 8, of 100 Duncan St., Apt. D2 died Wednesday, July 8, 2009.
She was the daughter of Bobby Alvin Center Jr. and Kelly Leah Center. She was a rising 3rd grader at Reidville Elementary School. Brooke played baseball for District 5 Little League from the age of 4 and was a member of the Dodgers 7 & 8 year old team.

Other survivors include: a brother; Dustin Dakota Center of Woodruff, Paternal Grandparents; Elaine Porter of Greer, Bobby and Cindy Center Sr. of Blue Ridge and Great-Grandmother; Viola Turner of Taylors, Maternal Grandparents; Michael and Betty Pulley of Greer and Great-Grandmother; Lois Pulley of Spartanburg, aunts and uncles; Toby and Stephanie Center, Olin and Sunshine Powell, Michelle and Tim Close, Cousins; T.J., Zack, Savannah, Codie, and Craig,
and many special friends.

Services will be held 3:00 PM, Sunday, July 12, 2009 at The Stribling Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Dean Patton officiating. The family will receive friends from 1:00 - 3:00 prior to the service. Interment will be at Wood Memorial park.
The family is at the home of her dad, Bobby Center, 981 Lightwood Knot Rd., Woodruff

My Friend and Daughter
She was with us for a short brief while,
She captured my heart with a tender smile.
The gentle touch of her small sweet hand,
Made me know I was a lucky woman.
Being with her from the start,
She had a special place in my heart.
I was there when her life began,
The perfect gift from God to man.
No longer can I hold her in my arms,
But still I know she is safe from harm.
In Heaven she will know, no trouble or strife,
But I shall remember her all of my life.
Love,
Mom, Dad & Dustin

Condolences may be made online at www.striblingfuneralhome.net

The Stribling Funeral Home
Duncan, SC

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Born: September 7, 2000
Place of Birth: Greenville, SC
Death: July 8, 2009

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