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October 28, 1940 ~ January 17, 2024 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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Delores Brown was born October 28, 1940 in Starksville, Mississippi to the union of the late Jim and Floreda (Bell) Williams. She was the third of four children Maurice, Barbara, and John.
Delores was educated in Saint Louis Public Schools graduating from Vashon High School January 1958.
Delores and her now husband were baptized together in 1957 by the late Reverend Sam Pruitt of Pleasant Green Baptist Church.
The former Ms. Delores Williams was united in Holy Matrimony to Carl G. Brown on November 13, 1958. In 1958, She joined her husband in Oceanside, California as he served in the Marines. After his tenure, they returned to Saint Louis where she was able to care for her family as a homemaker. She was later employed until her health failed by J.C. Penny and Company as a floor supervisor.
Sister Brown enjoyed spending time with her family and traveling with family and friends.
On January 17th, 2024, Delores heeded the voice of the Master and received eternal rest.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, John.
She leaves to cherish fond memories: her loving and devoted husband, Carl of Spanish Lake, MO; 2 sons, Nathan (Kellie) of Palmetto, FL and Brent of Saint Louis; 3 grandchildren, Brent of Saint Louis, Brittany (Ryan)Williams of Bradenton, FL, and Farryn (Chloe) Raney of Anna Maria, FL; a great granddaughter, Rue Jeanie; a brother, Maurice (Joyce) Williams; and a sister, Barbara Hamilton all of Saint Louis; and host of nieces, nephews, and friends.
Delores Brown was beautiful both inwardly and outwardly and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.