Willie Jane Brown

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Funeral services for Willie Jane Brown of Cason will be at 1 P.M. Saturday, December 5, 2009 at Shady Grove Baptist Church in Cason. Burial will be Shady Grove Cemetery in Cason. Visitation will be Friday afternoon and evening at Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. in Hughes Springs. She died Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at her residence. Willie Jane Brown was born March 30, 1944 in Morris County to the late Willie K. Brown and Eula Mae Douglas. She received her education at JJ Rhodes High School. During the earlier part of her life, she was employed at Pilgrims Pride for 14 years and Lone Star Steel for 25 years, in which she was the first woman to retire out of the mill. As a child, she attended Shady Grove Baptist Church and later moved her membership to Prayer Garden Church of God in Christ. There she dedicated her life to God in 1985 and was a faithful servant of God as trustee, treasurer, President of Pastor Aid. She also served the Pittsburg district of her church as Hospitality chairman. In her beautiful life she leaves to cherish: one brother Charles John (Delois) Brown of Cason; seven children Sheila Hawkins of Longview, Elvettia Canton, Bennie Brown and Katherine (Roy) Reeves of Cason, Montoya (Sonia) Brown of Garland, John Bobo Brown of Lancaster and Fabian Brown of Daingerfield. She is survived by two aunts, Dorothy Smith of Cason, Leuella Hollins of Naples; 18 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren with special love she leaves: James Stuff Linwood and Mary Ruth Woods of Cason and Horace Linwood of Leesburg and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends lives that she has touched.

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  1. We Send our love and prayers to you all. Keep your faith in God and we know he will see you thru. He said he would. We will keep you in our prayers.

  2. Words can not express my feelings right now. Grannie always treated me like I was part of her great big family. I have so many wonderful memories of our times together, in Cason and on family trips. She was one of the strongest women I have ever met and I will never forget her. I will cherish our little talks and her sweet way of pouring out wisdom and always having the right words to say. I love you and will miss you Grannie! God bless the Brown family.

  3. Roy and K.B., We are truly loss for your loss. Our prayer and thoughts are with you and your family today. Be blessed.

  4. Sorry I didn't make d services but my heart goes out to the family. She was a friend to all and will be greatly missed.

  5. KB & Family I am so sad to hear of your mother's passing. May you find strength within each other and from the many fond memories you have. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

  6. KB you know we love you and will always be there if need us. Just know that God is with you and will give you all the strength you need to make it through.

  7. Sorry I didn't make d services but my heart goes out to the family. She was a friend to all and will be greatly missed.

  8. Sorry to hear of your loss. She was a good friend to all that she met. She only spoke kind and helpful words. She will be greatly missed. May god bless you all

  9. I am so sorry to hear about Master. I really enjoyed talking with her when I was in town Labor Day. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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