Maureen Brown Obituary, Maureen Brown Has Sadly Passed Away

Maureen Brown Death, Obituary – Maureen Brown has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. Mrs. Maureen “Beany” Brown died away in the company of her family and friends, who were all there at the time of her passing. The loyal and kind wife of Dwayne Brown. Mother of three sons, the late Leslie Berry, Marrious Berry (Shana), and Travis Berry. Dedicated and devoted mother (Heather). Cornela Harvey and the late Lisa H. Bell’s Aunt; Cornela Harvey’s Sister, Lisa H. Bell (Murphy).

Her grandkids are named Alexis Smith, Saniyah Tedford, Kia Berry, Alecia Berry, Shane Berry, Travis Berry, Jr., Taraji Berry, Trevon Berry, and Tahjir Berry, making her the grandmother of a total of nine grandchildren. In addition, she leaves behind a vast number of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends, as well as two great-grandchildren called ArMoni Sparks and Aiden Wilson. Both of her great-grandchildren were named after her. Maureen spent her youth and was born in the city of New Orleans, which is located in the state of Louisiana. She was an ardent supporter of the New Orleans Saints while she was a student at O. Perry Walker High School. Additionally, she earned her diploma from that institution.

After developing a personal relationship with the Lord, she made the decision to become a Christian at an early age and was subsequently baptized at St. Luke Baptist Church. In her latter years, she joined both the Second Baptist Church and the Living Witness C.O.G.I.C. as a member of their respective congregations. Throughout the course of her professional life, she has worked in a variety of settings, including the Superdome, Stonebridge Convalescent Home, Holy Cross College, and Woodland Village Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, among other places.

After some time had passed, Maureen came to the conclusion that it was best for her to step down from her job at East Jefferson General Hospital. It is desired that members of the immediate family and close friends, as well as churchgoers, employees and workers from the aforementioned organizations, as well as representatives from Veolia, Flowers Bakery Company, and Aaron’s Sales and Lease, attend the burial service.