Clara Mae Brown

March 12, 1937April 6, 2018
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Clara Mae (Seahorn) Brown, 81 entered into eternal peace on April 6, 2018 while surrounded by her loved ones at home. Funeral service will be held at Morgan Funeral Chapel on Friday April 13, 2018 at 2:00 P.M., with visitation Thursday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. Rev. Bud Swindall will officiate. Graveside Service following at Rainbow Memorial Gardens. Morgan Funeral Chapel & Crematory directing. Clara Mae was born on March 12, 1937. She was married to the love of her life, late Raymond L. Brown, for sixty-one years until his passing and they are now joined together again in Heaven. Clara Mae was a member of Siberton Baptist Church, and enjoyed time spent there with the “The Second Milers” seniors group. She was also active with the Rainbow City Senior Citizens Group. Clara Mae enjoyed gospel music and traveling, especially trips to the mountains- but most of all she loved the comfort of home, where she would frequently host gatherings for the family she cherished so much and play with her beloved terrier, Isabelle. Clara was a caring mother and grandmother. She will be deeply missed by her family, who cared for her daily until the end of her journey here on Earth. Clara Mae was also preceded in passing by her parents, the late James and Della Seahorn; late son, Larry Brown and her three brothers, Earl, Howard and Ed Seahorn. She leaves behind; Sister, Louise (Seahorn) White; Daughter, Brenda (Mike) Sauls Son, Donald (the late Gail) Brown; Daughter, Carolyn (Randy) Cox; Daughter, Teresa (David) Sherman Along with seventeen grandchildren, twenty-six great grandchildren, five great-great grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. The following grandsons will serve as pallbearers; Jeffery Hall, Jerome Huddleston, Zackery Sherman, Corey Sherman, Travis Sherman, and Andrew Brown. The family wishes to extend their thanks to everyone for their prayers and phone calls. Gratitude especially to our church families at Siberton Baptist Church & Noccalula Church of God.


  • Visitation Thursday, April 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 13, 2018

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Marsha Barron

April 17, 2018

Aunt Clara Mae will be greatly missed. She was always smiling, cooking and enjoying her children and grandchildren. Mom is the oldest of the five kids. Mom and Aunt Clara Mae were always close. I remember the card games Uncle Raymond, Clara Mae, Uncle Howard and Aunt Sue would have on Friday nights. They never played with money. Often they used black-eyed peas. There was always laughter in the family. My prayers are with her three daughters and son and the grand-kids. Yes she loved her family. God Bless the family during this great loss. Much love and prayers. Love you guys

Brenda Sauls

April 17, 2018

Love you mom you will be missed your up there with daddy and , and Larry and your ,mom and dad havein a good time , I live you but I know you are with dad the love of your life keeping a eye on us down here .we all are going to miss you , love the sauls family from wendy ,alexis , Mike ,austin brenda sauls 😇😊

Bubba Ellzey

April 17, 2018

Stephanie (great grandkid) I love you ninny you will forever remain in my heart

jarrod white

April 17, 2018

Mrs. Clara Mae was such a sweet and loving person, she would always make me feel so welcome when I would visit her. She always made me feel as if I was one of her own family members and that would mean so much to me. She will always be remembered by me. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family. Love you all.

Randy Brown

April 16, 2018

Clara was a wonderful lady the brown family in Texas always loved being there visiting she always welcomed us in her home she was always so much fun to be around,kept us all laughing and story’s she told she will be missed dearly we love you The Browns

Celeste Beebe

April 16, 2018

Ninny, I will miss you so much. Im so blessed and thankful that I got you as a grandmother. I loved your views on life and all your advice. You are the funniest person that I have ever met and I will always cherish these memories I have of us. Thank you for being my second mom. I love you.

Carolyn Cox

April 16, 2018

My mother will be missed everyday by all that loved her dearly.
My mother made sure I knew how to clean house, cook, and sew.
My mother taught me about family bonds and family reunions .
My mother taught me about being a lady, and we learned this by watching her as she showed us how to be a good wife. And the love she showed us by working hard all the time. This means, " The hands that Labor in love for us all." More than all of this for taking me to Church every Sunday. And learning about Jesus my Savior.
Mom thank you for everything and for always being there for us.
Love you mom!🏡