Gospel Music Singer Rosalyn Brunswick-McDuffie Passes Away

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Houston resident and former Donnie McClurkin background singer, Rosalyn Brunswick-McDuffie, 39, has passed away of stomach cancer. Rosalyn was a member of the Gospel music duo, Lyric Sings, along with Rhonda McLemore. Information on Lyric can be found on the myspace page. Rosalyn released her first CD, “Just Rosalyn”, in 2003 which featured the hit single, “Speak To Me”.

According to Palace of Praise Church, where the McDuffie’s pastor, the Memorial service will be held Friday, August 1st, and the funeral will be held Saturday, August 2nd at Fountain of Praise Church in Houston, Tx.

Rosalyn leaves behind her husband, Pastor Efrem McDuffie, daughters Charizma Zhone, 9, Charity Zhoni 7, and son Sir William Christopher, 2.

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  1. Angela says

    My prayers are with you guys, be encouraged, I pray for the supernatural comfort of the Holy Ghost during, this season in your life.

  2. says

    Rosalyn was a wonderful personality in Christ. She was awesome in voice and will be greatly missed. My prayers are with her family. Stay strong as I know that we shall see her again.

  3. Phaedra Ridley says

    First, for those interested in purchasing her CD, it’s called “Just Roz” and it’s a must have! This was truly a womam of God. Her voice has a healing power as she ministers to you and comforts you through song. I thank God for the opportunity to cross her path and come to know her. My prayers go out to the family. Trust in the Lord and lean not unto thy own understanding. He knows what’s best for you.
    Phaedra R. Houston, TX

  4. Dominique says

    Thanks for the information on “Just Roz”. The CD is not available on Amazon, but it is at http://cdbaby.com/cd/rosalyn. Amazon has the CD she recorded with Ed Montgomery and his choir Ed Montgomery Presents ALC: I Still Believe

    Rosalyn was a true treasure in the Gospel music arena and will be truly missed. Our prayers go out to the family. I lost my mother not too long ago and it’s tough. Remembering the good times and the fact that she’s with God will make it easier.

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