(Updated) Rena Flood
Miss Rena Flood, age 13 of Dalton, Georgia passed away Friday, May 24, 2019 at the T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital at Erlanger following a sudden illness.
Rena was born in Dalton, Georgia on July 15, 2005, daughter of Frankie Flood and Joyce Blasingame. She was a student at Dalton Middle School and had previously been a student at Menlo Elementary School, receiving several citizenship awards at both schools. She was active in the Chorus Program and had started her own Bible study group at Dalton Middle School. She enjoyed practicing piano, singing and drawing and started her own Bible study at the School. Rena was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Marilyn Johnson Blasingame.
Rena is survived by her mother, Joyce Blasingame and her companion, Kelly McCollum; father, Frankie Flood; brother, Josiah Blasingame; Honorary Parents, Dwayne and Lacey Clark; honorary brothers, Asher, Briar, Canon and Cohen Clark; maternal grandfather, Walter Danny Blasingame; paternal grandparents, Wayne and Tina Flood; honorary great-grandparents, Billy Ray and Kay Clark; sisters Megan and Brianna Edwards; aunt, April Lynn Blasingame; and cousins, Ludmilla Grace Blasingame and Lanay K. Cummings.
Funeral Services for Rena will be held Friday, May 31, 2019 at 2:00 P.M. in the Petitt Chapel of the Coffman Funeral Home with Rev. Russell Snyder and Mr. Dwayne Clark officiating. Interment will follow in the Alpine Cemetery.
Palbearers will be Billy Clark, Garren Clark, Shane Reece, Michael Hambrick, Brian Austin, and Casey Bates. Honorary Pallbearers will be Dwayne Clark, Kelly McCollum and Eric Newton.
Rena will be in state at the Coffman Funeral Home where the family will receive friends Thursday evening from 6:00 – 8:00 P.M.
Coffman Funeral Home, Petitt Chapel is honored to be serving the family of Miss Rena Flood. Please visit www.coffmanfh.net to sign our online guestbook and to post condolences.
Rena flood use to go to my school. She was my best friend. I will love her and always miss her
Rena used to go to my school, she was a grade below me at the time, she was a very unique and outgoing girl. She could light up a room with her smile and make anyone laugh. She was a bright young lady and she will most definitely be missed by anyone who ever met her. We are all praying for her family and friends.
We love you Rena and we will remember you always we will never forget you love you.
Rena used to go to my school she was a sweet girl and she was my friend we never got the chance to get really close but I will still remember her and ever love her.
Even though I was a grade above Rena I knew she was a very brilliant girl. She always made people smile and laugh. Although I never got the chance to get close to here I wish my deepest regards to her family and will have them in my prayers. I will always and forever love and miss her. She was a kind of special person you can rarely find.