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Mildred Brown
In Memory of
Mildred Louise "Millie"
Brown (Goodman)
1924 - 2017
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Condolence From: Dwain Brown
Condolence: Mom you were the best Mother you could ask for. I think of you always just wanted to say i love you your Son
Tuesday August 14, 2018
Condolence From: Howard Cork
Condolence: I don't know how I missed it but was thinking about Millie the other day and was surprised to see this on the FaceBook. Millie and Doc along with the family were wonderful people and friends
pray for strength and peace for all of you during this separation from family and other friends
Monday September 18, 2017
Condolence From: Dan and Sharon Knowlton
Condolence: Dwain, Dena and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Millie was a wonderful Christian lady, and she is in a better place now. May you find comfort in knowing that you will see her again some day!
Sunday August 27, 2017
Condolence From: Linda Rutherford
Condolence: Dwain, Dena, Brian, Crystal and family - Thinking of you as you cherish your beloved Millie and say good-bye to this beautiful lady. As you remember her life, well-lived, rejoice that she touched so many. Her absence in your daily lives will be a great loss, but the lessons she taught are with each of you and her love and laughter always in your memory. Her steadfast faith has carried her home to rest and join her husband and family there. In sympathy and prayer during your loss.
Sunday August 27, 2017
Condolence From: Sidney Spurlock
Condolence: The first time I met Mildred Brown (Mam), was July 4, 2009. My wife (Mackenzie Spurlock, great granddaughter) and I were on our first date. After town fireworks, we went to the Mackenzie’s home. While Mackenzie was setting off fireworks, I was sitting near Mam who began to show me such great hospitality. She began to talk to me, get to know me, and made me feel right at home. This and many other memories my wife and I remember, from playing games with Mam to our wedding day. When I think about Mam, I am most impressed by her faithfulness. She has passed her faith to her daughter, granddaughter, and great granddaughter. Without Mam passing on her faith to Mackenzie, I would not be where I am today. For this I am very grateful. I am convinced that Mam’s faithfulness has and will help many people to be heavenward bound. Mam thank you for all that you did while here on this earth. I love you and will miss you!
Sunday August 27, 2017
Condolence From: Mackenzie Spurlock
Condolence: I miss Mam more and more as each moment passes. I miss her sassy demeanor, dancing in the living room, conversations we once shared and the, seemingly, endless supply of chocolate she always had on hand. Mam was an integral part of my life and someone I have always looked up to. Her influence on me and my family is everywhere I look. I feel so privileged to have had the time that I did with Mam making memories that will last a lifetime. Childhood vacations, late nights watching television, painting our nails, talking about my latest heartbreak, playing Rummy, wise advice (even when I thought I knew better), her as my personal volleyball fan and so much more is what made Mam a admirable great grandmother and an unconditional friend. To think that our time together has come to a close is difficult to accept but I know God welcomed her with open arms, bringing an end to her earthly pain. She lives on in our hearts and through our cherished memories. Her life, strength, and Christian influence was a gift from God so when I think of Mam, I can’t help but to smile and thank God for giving me the opportunity to be one of her great granddaughters.
Sunday August 27, 2017
Condolence From: Phil & Betty Rine
Condolence: Thinking of all of you and sending our Sympathy and Caring! Phil @ Betty Rine
Saturday August 26, 2017
Condolence From: Lisa Fordyce
Condolence: Mam was a true Christian example for her grandchildren and others. Her loving kindness, never ending encouragement and strong convictions influenced me from a very young age. As a teenager she was always a listening ear and confident voice. We spent many nights talking late in the night about life's challenges. You never allowed for negativity on ones self. As I began to have a family of my own, Mam and Grandad always encouraged Steve and I to be committed to God, eachother and to our daughter. Soon it was evident that Mackenzie had a friend in Mam too. Having a great - grandmother to share fun times and vacations with gave her many memories. Often times Mam spent summer months with Mackenzie and as she aged, many stories of life applications influenced our daughter. Mam was there for many school and volleyball matches, college signing and biblical knowledge. As I worked in my career, I could always count on the support and reinforcement of leading with integrity. Mam you leave a massive void in my heart and soul. These last few years brought about many changes for you and while they were tough on your health... you never gave up. The same shining example that you have always been. Your earthly journey ended after a very long chapter, but as we talked through it recently, your reward is great. One day you will meet your Creator and I know 100% He is going to rejoice in your arrival. God gained a gem Thursday. As you said on Tuesday, "we have been good friends for a very long time". I am grateful for our time we had. I will never forget that laugh we shared on Wednesday after you insisted on holding the water by yourself although your words were silent (heart breaking). Thank you God for a wonderful example. They say earth has no sorrow that Heaven can't heal. I will see you on the other side. I will always love you. Lisa - your first grandchild.
Saturday August 26, 2017
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