“Buck” Britton • August 17, 2021



Charles “Buck” Britton, 75, formerly of Pensacola and had currently resided in Seminole, AL, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, August 17, 2021.

“Buck” was born in Kingstree, SC, Served in the United States Navy, worked as a heavy equipment operator in the land clearing business most of his working career and most recently was an insurance agent. He was a member of Church of His Presence in Daphne, AL. Although “Buck” had many interest his passion was sharing his Jesus and discussing the Word of God. He lead Bible Studies and Prayer Meetings. “Buck” was a mentor and loyal friend to many, and a wonderful loving husband, Dad and Papa.

Preceding “Buck” in death are his father and mother, Jean and Kathleen Britton, and son, Rod McNease.

Survivors include his devoted wife, Glenda Britton; son, Buddy McNease; daughter, Angie Estill (Dale); grandchildren, Summer Newell (Kenny), Justin McNease (Samantha), Aaron McNease, (Mykalin), Meagan McNease, Benny McNease, Adelyn Brown Deig (Juan), Ashland Estill, Dexlen Estill, Dalen Estill and Neland Estill; great granddaughters, Ariel and Lilah Newell; sister, Linda Pearson (Ray); nephew, BJ Pearson; and niece, Wendy Pearson.

The family will receive friends at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 from 1 PM till the service begins at 2 PM. His Pastor, Reverend John Kilpatrick will officiate.

The family shares their deep heart felt gratitude to Gary and Pat Huenke, Rick Elliott, Jack and Diane DeBoer, Dr. Roberts and Carol and our loving and caring church family.

  1. Pat Summers says:

    Glenda and family there aren’t adequate words enough to express my sympathy for all of you. Buck, was such a precious Godly brother. I hurt with all of you. I am praying for that peace that only comes from God above.He is so near when our hearts are broken and we think we can’t take our next breath and he is holding you all. Love Love Pat

  2. Chris and Sheila Mitchell Sr says:

    “Well Done, thy good and faithful servant”, echo from our hearts as we remember our dear friend and brother Buck! We shared so many great memories as members of Brownsville! Our hearts hurt with the family, yet we rejoice in Heaven’s Gain! Buck fought a good fight and now has received his eternal reward! Never to be forgotten, Love Chris and Sheila Mitchell and family.

  3. Steven R Meek says:

    Buck was my closest friend in the Lord. We spent many hours together just talking about Jesus. He was not only my friend and mentor he was my brother. Rest In Peace

  4. Judy Inglett says:

    Fred and I are so sorry for your loss. We are praying for peace and comfort for you and your family, Buck will be missed.

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