Holly Brown Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

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Holly Brown Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

Holly Brown Ulysses, Kansas: On March 6, 2022, at the age of 76, Holly Cross Brown, who resided in Ulysses, Kansas, passed away in a calm and peaceful manner at the Western Prairie Care Home in Ulysses, Kansas. She was the daughter of Paul and Jean (McIntosh) Hoffman and was born on July 29, 1945, in Davenport, Iowa. Her parents’ names are Paul and Jean. Holly spent her childhood in Kansas City and received her high school diploma from Shawnee Mission East in 1963. She went to Baker University, which is where she met her future husband, Tom Cross. After getting married, the couple moved to Syracuse, Kansas. Tom and Holly Cross moved their family to Ulysses, Kansas, in 1971 in order to establish Tom Cross Motors. They remained in Ulysses until 1985 when they made the move to Clinton, which is located in the state of Missouri. 2010 was the year that Tom passed away. Holly tied the knot with Jerry Brown in August 2011, and the couple shared a home in Ulysses up until the time of her passing. Holly was a very involved member of the First United Methodist Church as well as United Methodist Women and the Florence Circle. She participated in the bell choir, helped out at the church dinners on Wednesday nights, and even helped out at funeral dinners. She was a founding member of the Ulysses PEO, was an avid bridge player, and cherished the opportunity to share her love of cooking with others. Full Obituary

Holly Coker Brown Obituary: On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, Kate Holloway Coker Brown, who was better known by her nickname Holly, passed away. She was the daughter of the late Callie Self Coker and Reverend Walter Lee Coker, and she was born on January 28th, 1931. She started her education at Greenwood High School and continued it at Lander University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1952 and a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting in 1980. Mrs. Brown had a career in education and was also the owner of a pine timber farm in Greenwood, Edgefield, and McCormick counties in South Carolina. She was an instructor at the Fidelis Sunday School Class at the First Baptist Church in Greenwood, where she was a member. Full Obituary

Holly Irene Brown Goose creek, South Carolina: The 25th of December, 1980 found Holly Irene Brown being born in the town of Portsmith, Virginia.
She spent her childhood in Goose Creek, South Carolina. Until recently, she and her daughters made their way back to South Carolina after living in Savannah, Georgia. Her funeral was held on the 12th of July, 2021 in Goose creek, South Carolina. She had reached the age of 40. She is survived by her two daughters, Rylan Gibson and Keagan Gibson, as well as by her sister Jessie Godin and brother Robert Brown, as well as by her father Ralph Brown, her nieces Courtney Duncan, Victoria Brewington, Catherine Brewington, and Harley Godin, her nephew Joshua Brown, and all of the other extended family and friends! Her mother Catherine Brown and her brother Ralph “Butch” Brown passed away before she did. Full Obituary