Brown, Milicent A.

Milicent Anelle Brown, “Mawl” was born on May 30, 1959, in Wichita Falls, TX.  She was married on July 16, 1977 in Brownwood, TX. She lived most of her life in Irving with the love of her life, Robert.  She passed away on January 12, 2014 due to liver failure.  She is preceded in death by her mother Francis “Nan” and two nieces, Sydney and Denise.  She is survived by her husband, Robert; her four children, six grandchildren and one great grandchild; Mary (grandchildren Rebecca and Cole; great grandchild Allison), Robert and wife Jamie (grandchildren Alorah, Shawn, and Jaxon), Timothy, Daniel and wife Corinne (grandchild Bryce).

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Arrangements are under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home

1820 N Belt Line Road

Irving, Texas 75061

 

9 responses to “Brown, Milicent A.”

  1. Donald And Pamela Green says:

    We are deeply sorry for the lost of a dear sister and friend. We loved her dearly and we are looking forward to seeing her again in the paradise where “there will be no more pain, sorrow, or dying”. (Rev 21:3,4)

  2. Jeanne Dobbs says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of their loss. Nell was a wonderful lady and loved her family so much. My daughter Jamie and grandchildren Alorah, Shawn and Jaxon were lucky to have her as a mother-in-law and grandmother. She will be missed by all.

  3. Clifford & Karen Palmer says:

    We were so deeply saddened to hear of Annell’s passing she was such a beautiful person inside and out and was much loved and admired by her family. She will be greatly missed…..sending our love

  4. Joseph and Lena Lloyd says:

    Generous beyond belief, she had a beauty that touched everyone she knew. We’ll never go a day without thinking lovingly of our dear sister.

  5. Robert and Genet Gilbert says:

    May Jehovah comfort you at this time of sadness. Isa.61:2

  6. Dustin Palmer says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that loved and cared about this wonderful woman. Anelle, may you rest in peace and once again be without pain.

  7. Rocky Vanzandt and family says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at the most difficult of times. God please welcome Milicent into your merciful and loving arms for all eternity.

  8. Jame Restau says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of Millie. She was always funny and charming. The entire Palliative Care team is thinking of your family.

  9. Xavier and Esther Woods says:

    Brown family,

    Please know that our hearts are heavy with the loss of our dear sister and freind, Millicent also known as “Mawl”. Please know that we’ll always being willing to assist your family in this great time of need.

    With love,
    Woods family

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