Davis-Morris Funeral Home

800 Center Ave, Brownwood, TX


Ellen Dale Brice

1 janvier , 194721 juin , 2019

Ellen Dale Brice, age 72, of Mullin, died Friday, June 21, 2019 at her home. She was born January 1, 1947 in Brownwood, the daughter of James L. and Mattie Ellen Early Brice. She attended schools at Brownwood and later at Tarleton University in Stephenville. She then attended a university in Oregon to finish her education. She grew up in the Brownwood area and lived in Oakridge, Tennessee where she worked as a counselor for the State of Tennessee with special needs persons. She returned to the Mullin area about ten years ago. She had a special love for stray animals adopting several dogs and cats that came to her house and loved to watch the livestock near her home. She loved music and had a collection of guitars and guns. She attended the Shiloh Baptist Church. She is survived by a brother, B. J. Brice and wife Linda of Jackson, Tennessee, a niece, Lisa Brice and fiancé, Greg Prickett of Houston, two nephews, James Brice and David Cannon both of Jackson, Tennessee, and a sister-in-law Anita Brice. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Harold Dean Brice. Graveside funeral services will be held on Friday, June 28, at Greenleaf Cemetery with Bill Slaymaker officiating. Burial will follow under the direction of Davis-Morris Funeral Home. Friends are encouraged to send condolences to www.davismorrisfuneralhome.com


  • She is survived by a brother, B. J. Brice and wife Linda of Jackson, Tennessee, a niece, Lisa Brice and fiancé, Greg Pickett of Houston, two nephews, James Brice and David Brice both of Jackson, Tennessee.

    She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Harold Dean Brice.


  • Graveside Service vendredi, 28 juin , 2019


Ellen Dale Brice


Johanna Millegan

16 juillet , 2019

I met Ellen here in Oregon while she was working at the U of O.
She was my brother, Bob Hale's girlfriend. I loved her from the moment I met her. She and my mother became fast friends and went on a cruise together.
We stayed in touch through many of life's experiences. I talked to her on the phone many times after she built her new home in Texas.
We all miss her so much. I still talk to her.
Gods Grace my beautiful friend.
Sail away to a better place!
Lots of Love.

David Twiford

27 juin , 2019

Ellen is an alumni of Woodland Heights from the days of "out in the country". She and I had many races on our bikes heading out the school's back door by the lunch room building. Ellen was scrappy and worked her short legs pedaling hard to jump the "ditch". Sometimes I won and sometimes she came in first. The race to heaven has many ups and downs and Ellen has come in first making it home first, RIP.

Robert Oakes

26 juin , 2019

My sister (Lenda Oakes) and I went to Woodland Heights Elementary and Brownwood High School with Ellen. Also, Woodland Heights Baptist Church. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Ellen's Family.
Robert Oakes
Midland, Texas

Carol Bentley

25 juin , 2019

Boundless energy, great sense of humor, and a wonderful friend. You will be missed more than words can express.

George Allison

24 juin , 2019

I remember in the 8th grade when I transferred to Early from Brownwood, Ellen had tears in her eyes and tried to get me not to go. We were friends from then on. We didn't stay in touch til the 35th reunion when she came to town and we all laughed and told some good jokes. During the years after that we emailed and I sent her cd's of the songs I had written. She moved back and we visited a few times. The world will be a little less happy and Ellen will be missed. Sorry to hear that she passed away.

Myrna Wells

24 juin , 2019

I was first a neighbor of Ellen's family in the community of Woodland Heights then for the last several years my husband Reggie and I lived within sight of Ellen's home here in the Mills County community of Ebony on CR 540. Appreciated her help in helping us round up our bull when he visited the Day Ranch. We are so sorry for your loss of Ellen and pray of your comfort.
Reggie & Myrna Wells