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Our precious mother, Linda “Sue” Brown passed away on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Sue was born October 6, 1947 in Kansas City, Missouri. Sue Devoted her life to her children and grandchildren. She never wanted to be the center of attention, so her services will be private for the immediate family only.
She was preceded in death by: parents, Carl Robert Bray and Audrey Pearl Bray; and brother, Carl Roger Bray.
Survivors include: son, Kyle Brown; son, Kirk (Jennifer) Brown; daughter, Kara Nelson; six grandchildren, Amanda Long, Tyler Brown, Trevor Brown, Brooke Brown, Taylor Nelson, and Jack Nelson; and four great-grandsons.
Friends wishing to honor Sue are invited to make a donation in her name, to waysidewaifs.org.
Dina Cardella says
Kara…. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. ??
Diane Cranshaw says
Sue was beautiful inside and out. She was a loving mom, grandmother and caring friend to all. She will be remembered for her big laugh, her big smile, and her gentle spirit. She lives on in our hearts.
Linda Hadel says
Dayna Valdes says
You are all in my thoughts
Dianna Antos says
Kyle, Kirk and Kara,
This is very sad news. Sue and I shared quite a few “ups and downs” during our many years of friendship – she will be missed.
Sending love to you all.
Carol Kotsifakis says
I knew Sue from High school, way back when, and just reunited with her a few years ago. Sue was so friendly and caring to everyone. She will be missed by so many people. The photo you used above, captures her heart so well. Sue, may you rest in peace.
Kerry Wolff says
Sue was such a joy to be around. I certainly enjoyed seeing her at our Ruskin Girls dinners. I am so very sorry for your loss. She will be certainly missed when we get our dinners back on track. She had friends around her at these dinners who have known each other for over 50 years and it was always a great time, especially when Sue was there. Sincere condolences to the family and may your memories and love of Sue bring you peace.
Conni Light Begeman says
I remember Sue as a quiet but very pleasant Ruskin Girl. Enjoyed our dinners with all our other “Ruskin” classmates. I know she will be missed by her Family and we shall miss her too.