Marjorie Ann (Covington) Moman Rand

October 17, 1945 ~ April 4, 2021 (age 75)


The service for Mrs. Rand will be live streamed on the Facebook Page of Fisher Memorial Funeral Parlor.

Minister Marjorie Ann Covington Moman Rand was born at Lincoln Hospital in Durham, North Carolina to the late William Covington, Sr. and the late Helen Hayes Covington. The Lord was Resurrected on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021, came and gave Marjorie her rest at 6:24pm at Accordius Health at Rose Manor.

Marjorie affectionally known as Nana, attended W.G. Pearson Elementary, Lyon Park Elementary, Whitted Junior High and graduated from Hillside High School, Durham, North Carolina in the Class of 1963.

Doing her early years while attending Lyon Park Elementary School she met her best friend Peggy Howard in the 6th grade and they have been “Sisters” every since.

After graduation, Marjorie went on to become an LPN Nurse working at Several Different Facilities. Marjorie also worked at Operation Breakthrough and after attending school at Rutledge College she became a Secretary at Rutledge College.

On January 5, 1983, Marjorie married Roosevelt Rand. They had been together for 42 years and married 38 years.

Marjorie was preceded in death by one sister; Linda Faye Covington, four brothers; Roderick Covington, Dennis Covington, Thomas Hayes, Sr., Master Sgt. William Covington, Jr.; and one Beloved God-Son LCPL Brian E. Anderson.

She leaves to cherish her memories: her Husband, Roosevelt; nine daughters; Monique M. Tedder (Louis III), of Hillsborough, NC, Carmelita T. Moman, of the Home, Joyce R. Neale, Marilyn R. Tatum, Vicki Rand McCaden (Stanley), Gloria J. Rand, Valinda D. Rand, Malinda M. Rand, all of Durham, North Carolina and Priscilla R. Morgan, of Cary, North Carolina; five sisters; Clarice Greene, Elois Hayes, Robin Covington and Peggy Howard, all of Durham, North Carolina and Shirley Covington, of Columbus, Georgia; three brothers; James Covington (Violet), Reginald “Tyrone” Covington, and Kenneth Wayne (Cynthia), all of Durham, North Carolina; six grandsons; Dimicio Moman (Tez), Darius Marsh (Trel), Desmond Marsh (Pooda), Louis Tedder, IV (Peeny), Brian Tedder (“B”), and SeDarice Covington, Jr. (Lil Ricky); 3 granddaughters; Raquel Covington, Mia Street, and A’Moni Covington; one great-granddaughter; Melanie Marsh (Moonk Moonk); two God -Daughters, Elect Lady Porcha Brooks (Pastor Calvin), of Henderson, North Carolina and Elect Lady Alethea Holmes (Pastor Joshua), of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; two adopted daughters; Apryl Gilmore and Janay Burwell; three adopted granddaughter Brittnee Kelly, Adrezona Boone and Nija Johnson; A Host of Special Nieces and Nephews that she loved like her daughters and sons, along with other loving relatives and friends near and far that she loved so dearly.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Marjorie Ann (Covington) Moman Rand, please visit our floral store.


April 8, 2021

1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Fisher Memorial Funeral Parlor
3137 Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27707

Funeral Service
April 9, 2021

1:00 PM
Bell-Yeager Free Will Baptist Church
128 E. Cornwallis Road
Durham, NC 27707

© 2021 Fisher Memorial Funeral Parlor. All Rights Reserved. Funeral Home website by CFS & TA | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy