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D'Esopo East Hartford Memorial Chapel

30 Carter Street, East Hartford, CT

OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Brown

January 30, 1974July 14, 2020

Patricia Ann “Trish” Brown, 46, of East Hartford, loving wife of over 17 years to Kendall L. Brown, passed away on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at Hartford Hospital. Born in Hartford on January 30, 1974, a daughter of Elizabeth Brown, she had resided in East Hartford for most of her life. Trish was a graduate of East Hartford High School, class of 1992. She was employed by Aetna Insurance Company in Hartford for over 20 years, most recently as a Supervisor. She loved baking for family and friends and enjoyed crafts, especially video crafts. A woman of strong faith, Trish was an active member, Deacon, and Sunday school teacher at South Congregational United Church of Christ, East Hartford. Trish will be remembered mostly for being a loving and devoted wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend and most importantly the “rock of the family”. She was truly the most amazing super woman, smart, creative, funny, and strong. She had a unique sense of humor and laugh that could lighten up any mood and room. Along with her beloved husband of East Hartford and mother of Hebron, Trish leaves four children, Kendall Brown, Jr., Kylah Brown, Mason Brown, and Olivia Brown all of East Hartford; her sister, Michelle Lee Silva and her husband, Dave, of Highland Village, TX and their son, Dylan Silva. She also leaves her mother-in-law, Nadeen Brown of Bloomfield; a dear family friend, Andrew Brescia; and several other dear friends, co-workers, and church members. Due to the current health crisis, a private funeral service and burial will be by invitation only. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Trish’s name may be donated to the Go Fund Me Page (Search “the browns college fund”) that has been started for a college fund for her children. The D’Esopo-East Harford Memorial Chapel, 30 Carter Street, East Hartford has been entrusted with the care of the funeral arrangements. For on-line expressions of sympathy to the family please visit www.desopoeh.com.

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  • Services are Private by Invitation Only

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Michelle Silva

August 6, 2020

You will live on forever in my heart. So many great times together. I will never forget how much fun we had together.

Dorothy Munoz

July 24, 2020

To all the Family:

Patricia was my neighbor for many years. We have laughed together and complained together. What a joy she was to be around. Her sense of humor was amazing.

I will miss her very much. My heart and prayers go to her children and Kendall and all her family.

Althea Johnson

July 24, 2020

Patricia, you were such a delight to so many of us. We will always remember your beautiful smile, hilarous humor, story telling, singing the wrong lyrics to songs and your laughter. You were such a fun person to be around. Thank you for being a great friend to us.

Kendall, Kendall Jr, Kylah, Olivia, Mason, the family is in my Thoughts and Prayers. Be strong.

Heidi Toce

July 23, 2020

I will always cherish the times we had together. Trish was a fun and loving friend who will be missed by many.

To Kendall and children, my heart aches for you but I know Trish is watching over you all. She will remain with you every day.

To her mom, sister, and all her other family and friends, we will all continue to remember and cherish this beautiful soul.

RIP Trish, we love you!! 💗

Vudonzi Graham-Days

July 21, 2020

Kendall my high school friend/ Brother who went to my senior prom with me after Melvin died! I had no idea that Trish was your Queen until now, I can see how the two of you built a life together! Although I haven’t seen you in over 20 years her cool and your cool had to have been super cool. May God Bless and Trish continue to watch over you and yours alway!! Peace Deja

Vudonzi Graham-Days

July 21, 2020

I was so very sadden to hear of your passing, Trish you were one of the kindest, thoughtful, always willing to help someone learn what you knew person I’ve ever worked with at Aetna; thankful that I always let you know how appreciative of you I was. Time and space never changed you, you were always willing to help me, your down to earth ness was always consistent and for that I repeated you! My condolences to Trish’s family, have comfort in knowing she touched the world outside of your own in such positive ways! Thank you for sharing her with her Aetna peers!!

Dorothy STANFORD

July 21, 2020

I knew Pat for over 20 years. We started together at Aetna. She was a very funny and strong minded person. I will miss that smile . God bless her family especially her husband and children. Pat you will be forever in my heart.
Love,
Dorothy Rush Stanford,
Hartford CT.

Jamie Keegan

July 20, 2020

Trisha, you are one of the few spouses of Bob’s friends (heck Swin is one of the few friends) that I like. 😉 You have always been such an open and caring person. It was so easy to talk to you, laugh with you and to just be myself with you. Bob and I went to your house yesterday to bring Swin 2 of my lasagna’s. He misses you so much and is totally lost without his Queen, his Rock, his one true love. He has lots of support from family and friends and he knows you are with him and helping him to grieve and helping him watch over your babies. You are missed so very much by so many Tricia. You will forever be in my heart and a part of my soul Tricia. May God help you transition into the Angel we all know you are so you can continue to watch over Kendall, Kendall Jr., Kayla (your forever Princes), Olivia and Mason.

Natalie Barksdale

July 20, 2020

Trish, I will always remember your welcoming smile. Thanks for making me and my boys feel like family from day one. My heart is so broken to know that you are no longer here in the flesh but you will live in our hearts forever. May you rest peacefully in the arms of our maker.
My sincere condolences to the Brown family.
Love ,
Barksdale/ Knighton family

Mia Gillespie

July 20, 2020

Trish was an all around amazing Mom, wife, woman and many more to everyone. I want to take the time and brag of the endless volunteer time she dedicates to the Huskies Youth Cheer & Football program you took on as many roles as you could and dedicated endless hours. Im.so blessed to have the times we shared and and endless love, prayers, and support to Kendall and the Brown family Trish was a gem and will be missed dearly.

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