Marjorie Kay Belcher Frost, 84


Marjorie Kay Belcher Frost, 84, gained her wings to be with her Lord on Tuesday, June 20, 2023, at the Emanuel County Medical Nursing Home. Funeral services were held Friday, June 23, at 11 a.m. at Powell’s Chapel Church with Rev. David Oliver and Rev. Sammie Newsome officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends Thursday, June 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home in Wrightsville.

Pallbearers were Lane Oliver, Coty Colston, Morgan Colston, Shelton Smith, Garrett Orr, and Charles Johnson. Honorary pallbearers were all children that Ma babysat, and the members of Powell’s Chapel Church.

Mrs. Frost was a lifelong member of Powell’s Chapel Church, where she taught Sunday School and served as treasurer. She was the matriarch of the church and loved her church family as her own. Mrs. Frost was a wonderful God fearing, child loving lady, most kindhearted woman, who was not shy of sharing her thoughts. She worked many years as a seamstress at Apparelcraft before returning home to be with her mother and mother-in-law. Mrs. Frost was best known as “Ma”. She babysat and loved over 40 children in her home. Ma was known as the best cook around - making lacy corn bread and cakes for her babies. Her love for children included serving as the Johnson County Band Booster President for many years. Mrs. Frost is preceded in death by her parents, Henry Ellie Belcher and Nannie Bell Harrison Belcher; her loving sweetheart of 54 years, Johnnie Bryan Frost; and her dear sister, Mary Belcher (Daley) Powell.

Mrs. Frost is survived by her sons and daughters-in-love, Anthony (Becky) Frost of Wrightsville and Alan (Malana) Frost of Kite; five grandchildren, Caitlyn Frost of Norcross, Christopher (Jessy) Frost of Kite, Erica Frost of Sylvania, Zac (Sheree) Frost and Dannah Frost, both of Wrightsville; two great-grandchildren, Sarah Marie Frost and Walker Bryan Frost, both of Wrightsville; two nephews, Ricky (Susan) Powell and Rex (Wendy) Powell; and many loving family members.

Stanley Funeral Home and Crematory/Wrightsville Chapel was in charge of arrangements.