Brookside Funeral Home-Cypress Creek

9149 Highway 6 North, Houston, TX


Caroline Elizabeth (McWilliams) Brown

September 2, 1937May 12, 2020

Heaven gained another Angel after a long battle with Dementia and Parkinson’s. She was a loving Mother, Sister, Aunt, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great-Great Grandmother.

Connie is preceded in death by her Daughter – Wanda M. Stalb, her Parents – Stanley C. and Emma E. (Ladlee) McWilliams, her Brother - Roy (Butch) F. McWilliams, her Loving Husband - Carl V. Brown, along with numerous other family members and friends.

Survived by her Sister – Julie A. McWilliams. Sons: William J. Dudgeon Jr. and wife Cheryl, Randy C. Wilford Jr. and wife Wendy, Timothy B. Wilford. Daughters: Roxanne M. Agostini, Cindy L. Dennis and husband Larry. Step-Children: Carl V. Brown, Jr. and Cynthia C. (Brown) Jaramillo. Numerous Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Great-Great Grandchildren, Nieces and Nephews.

She had an incredible love for life, her family and children. Connie loved to Travel, music, dancing and just loved being surrounded by family and friends. Always the life of the party, she leaves us with wonderful memories to cherish forever. Definitely “One of a Kind”.

Our family would like to express our Love and Thanks to Billy and Cheryl for their love and devotion to Mom’s care through her difficult illness.

Due to COVID19 – No services will be held. Donations in Connie’s memory can be made to: https://www.michaelJfox.org

A celebration of life Ceremony will be held September 5, 2020 at Mom’s home in Centerville.


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Caroline Elizabeth (McWilliams) Brown

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Cheryl A Duncan-Dudgeon

May 18, 2020

Billy and I had many wonderful trips with Connie. One of our favorites was our trip with both Mothers to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. Connie was like a little kid with all the wild life, the Rocky Mountains, the Grand Tetons, snow and flowers.
She was the happiest though when she was at her property. She had her own wildlife, land to walk around or drive her John Deer, a home that her children built for her and the peace and quiet she always wanted.
Most of all she had her Memory Garden that represented all the members of her family that had already passed, including statues of some family pets. That is where her husband Carl's ashes are spread and where her ashes will be spread. She also planted trees in the front yard that represented her family that had passed.
Forever in our hearts Connie, you were so much more to me than my Mother-in-Law. We were best friends and you were the big sister I never had. We got in so much trouble for two old women, I miss you so much.
Love you,

Chris Hogue

May 18, 2020

Billy, Cheryl, and family,

I am sorry to learn of your Mom's passing. I know the last year has been especially tough for her and for you all, and I'm sure she appreciated all that you did for her. May God bless her, and you all as well, always.

Chris & Melanie Hogue

Cynthia Klepper

May 17, 2020

Connie was a beautiful person, full of life. I enjoyed seeing her on Fridays at a local Mexican restaurant. I will miss her smiling face.

Randall Wilford 3rd

May 17, 2020

I was so lucky to have lots of great memories with grandma Connie from all the road trips back and forth to GA, the Vacation's with Carl and Carl jr to the caves,water parks,monster trucks,they took me to do things I could never forget,building the house in centerville was the most fun a kid could ever have I'm going to really miss u grandma but the memories are with me forever,love you always ur grandson Randall..

Wendy Wilford

May 15, 2020

Grandma Connie,
You welcomed me with opened arms the first time we meet. You always had a smile on your beautiful face.
I loved our road trips we would make to go pick up grandbabies... I always called you Grandma Connie ,I never got to tell you but you was the Best mother in law
a daughter in law could ever have.
You will be deeply missed. 💜
Till we meet again 💙

Brandi eckenrod

May 15, 2020

I have so many memories of my grandma there probably isn't enough space here. One of my favs. Is also one of the funnier memories. She had always told me she was 29 years old year after year. Well I kinda believed it because she was so young looking. She always had the most beautiful complexion. So she won a lottery in alvin and they put it in the local paper that was always thrown in the driveway. I happen to read it that particular week and boy was she busted with her REAL age right there in black and white!!! Lol She tried to tell me that they made a mistake and was a misprint. She still conti used to maintain her 29 years of age for a little while longer though lol

Heather McGregor

May 15, 2020

There are so many memories with Grandma it’s hard to choose one...I have such fond memories of trips up to her property, baking cookies and making big family meals, listening to Elvis and singing at the top of our lungs, and a favorite was hearing her tell stories of my childhood to my own kids! She really was a one of a kind person and life was hard for her at times but she never let it get her down. She set such great examples for us grandkids on how to live life and love unconditionally. She will live on in our hearts and memories until we see her again in heaven! Love you Grandma ❤️

Roxanne Agostini

May 15, 2020

Mom, there is not enough room on this site for all of our memories. They are tucked safely in my heart. I know without a doubt I had the best mom in the world. You taught your children to love, be compassionate in all you do, and never judge. I am going to miss being able to talk to you. You are my mom and my best friend. I know for a fact you are the most beautiful angel in heaven. I love you so much. ❤❤😘😘

Glenn Scabet

May 14, 2020

We were Lucky to have Connie in our Lives !!! Many Joyful memories. We will Miss You.

Glenn Scabet and Family

Mary Lou and Bob Rome

May 14, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I remember Connie and my memories of her was when I was friends with her sister, Dolores. I was very happy that I found her again. Also my memories with Julie. Just know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Praying for you for strength and courage. Connie was loved and surely left her mark on this world. RIP Connie.


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