Wilma Jane (Adams) Brown

Born: Tue., Jul. 3, 1934
Died: Tue., Nov. 10, 2020

Funeral Service

Sat., Nov. 14, 2020
Location: Oakland Cemetery

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Wilma (Jane) Brown, 86, of Montezuma, passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 4:15 pm at Clinton Gardens.
She was born in Newport, Indiana, on July 3, 1934, to Ralph and Mary Adams.
She was the owner of Jane’s Antiques and was a Mary Kay consultant.  She also worked at the Nutrition Center in Montezuma.
Wilma was a member of the Order of Eastern Star for over 50 years and she belonged to the Red Hat Society.  She was very artistic and enjoyed painting drawings and sketches.  She also was a talented piano player.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, David Arthur Brown; her son, David Arthur Brown II; 4 sisters, Betty Workman, Barbara Slattery, Dorothy Frink, and Ruth Cave.
Survivors include her son, Roger (Tammy) Brown; her daughter, Connie (Bill) Johnston  of Tangier; 5 grandchildren, Chad (Amber) Brown, Matt (Jessica) Brown, Rebecca Eggleston, Aaron (Lacey) Eggleston, and Matthew Johnston;  6 great-grandchildren, David, Adelyn, and Jaxon Brown, and Waylen, Aubrey, and Emma Eggleston; and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 11 am at Oakland Cemetery Chapel in Montezuma with Rev. Keith McIntyre officiating.  Burial will follow at Oakland Cemetery.
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Sheila Mellinger
   Posted Tue November 17, 2020
I wrote with poem a couple years ago, and it rings true even today.
Thank you Wilma, a beautiful, golden heart lady, for sharing your life with me, even if it was for only a short time. I am so blessed to have crossed paths with you and will truly miss your sweet smile each and every day. Rest easy, my special friend and thank you for brightening my days, sharing junk food with me, and letting me complete some word search books with you. I believe I needed you as much as you needed me. ❤️🐴🥰 😭
A poem by Sheila Mellinger

Finally home, exhausted from the day's tumultuous fight
Another busy day gone as our eyes fall upon starry night
I'll visit them tomorrow, I tell myself, certain of no doubt
But their tomorrows have all ran out

As hours become day ends and days turn to month ends
Intermingled within our lives, we find family, foe, and friends
Reminiscence of happiness and love, sorrows and tears
All encountered and intwined throughout our years
I'll call them tomorrow, I tell myself, certain of no doubt
But their tomorrows have all ran out

What we would give to stretch out time, with our loved ones passed
A fun filled day with a sweet little girl, I would surely make last
I'd make each minute last a long sun shining day
I would hold her tight and beg God to never take her away
I'll visit them tomorrow, I tell myself, certain of no doubt
But their tomorrows have all ran out

From day of birth, no life contact was presented, no option for us to have signed
No begging or negotiations with God will make our time on Earth rewind
I'll do it tomorrow shall not be our phrase
As our tomorrows, were their final days.

May your beautiful soul rest easy. I love you Wilma!!! ❤️🥰❤️🥰❤️🥰🐴

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