Brenda R. Hatchett, Care Provider

April 19, 2009|By Frederick N. Rasmussen

Brenda R. Hatchett, a long-term care provider who was active in her church, died Monday of a heart attack at Northwest Hospital Center. She was 60.

Brenda Holt was born in Boykins, Va., and graduated from Riverside High School in Cortland, Va.

In 1973, she moved to Baltimore. She was a supervisor of janitorial services at the Baltimore Association for Retarded Citizens.

For the past eight years, she worked as a long-term care provider for the state Department of Social Services, family members said.

A longtime resident of Windsor Hills, Mrs. Hatchett was an active member of Fulton Baptist Church, where she was a member of the choir and helped prepare church suppers.

She enjoyed attending the movies and playing cards.

Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at her church, 1630 W. North Ave.

Surviving are her husband of eight years, Lorenza Hatchett; a son, Terry L. Cooper of Eldersburg; two daughters, Tarsha Cooper and Tonya Cooper, both of Baltimore; a brother, Floyd Holt of Camden, N.J.; a sister, Audrey L. Sebrell of Norfolk, Va.; and seven grandchildren. An earlier marriage to Leon Cooper ended in divorce.

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