Anneliese Brown

September 22, 1943March 20, 2019

Anneliese Brown was born on September 22, 1943 and passed away on March 20, 2019.


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Isabell Brown

March 25, 2019

My oma was one of the kindest people I’ve ever known. She would do anything for her family. Some of my favorite memories were when she would teach me how to cook, when she would tell me stories, when I would help her tend her garden, and I loved spending Christmas Eve with her. I already miss her so much, I wish I could get just one more hug from her. I love you more than the universe, Oma.


Terry Finney Jr.

March 25, 2019

I truly adored you Aunt Annelise, even though many miles seperated us over the years I always kept a special place in my heart for you. I have so many childhood memories of being around you and my Mom and all the crazy times they we shared. Your passing has reminded me of losing my mom (your sister)just 4 short years ago...that had to be so tough on you as well. God speed and may the dear lord bless you and keep you well.
Love Your Nephew JR

Breeanna Arndt

March 24, 2019

You were so much fun to be around and always so welcoming. We never left your house hungry. We were talking about your corn beef and cabbage on St. Patrick's day and I thought it was the only way it was made. You always cared so much about everyone, you always asked how everyone was doing. You were and are a wonderful and loving person! We will miss and love you always. Rest easy and we will see you again.
Love, Breeanna (Nanny)

Korina Brown

March 24, 2019

I miss you so much. You had so much love and acceptance to give to anyone who crossed your path. I was instantly welcomed into your heart and that made my life so blessed to have you in it. You were more than a mother in law, you had shown me that love for family is more than blood, it’s a bond that will last a lifetime. I am honored to have known you and be part of your family.
Love Always,

Sherrine Harrold

March 24, 2019

My momma was the the most loving generous woman in the world, my favorite memory will always be that every morning she always said there’s my morning glory‼️ I love you Momma ❤️

Justin Brown

March 24, 2019

Oma was the best memory of every Christmas, birthday, and any other holiday. She would give anything in this whole wide world just to have us happy. She had this super fighting power on her side, she fought till the end, and now she is in peace in heaven.

Tommy Brown

March 24, 2019

You have shown me through the years you're the most caring loving person that I have ever met. As your son I have seen and learned first hand of the love. You taught me that the kids come first, as we all seen this first hand. You would give anything and everything to any one of us.

I love you so much and you will be greatly missed.

Your son,