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Dutton Funeral Home

300 East Cash Street, Iowa Park, TX

OBITUARY

Mona Brown

February 25, 1942July 19, 2020
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Mona Damaris Brown, 78, passed away Sunday, July 19, 2020 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Visitation will be held 6-8 PM Thursday, July 23, 2020 in the chapel at Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park, Texas. Funeral services will be held in the chapel at 11 AM on Friday, July 24, 2020 with Pastor Jim Hunt, Romans Revival Ministry, Burkburnett, Texas officiating. Graveside services will follow at Highland Cemetery. Mona was born February 25, 1942 in Henderson, Texas to William Henry and Lillie Mae (Bell) Jackson. She married her childhood sweetheart, Jerry Don Brown, on November 12, 1960 in Kamay, Texas. Mona and Jerry owned and operated a Title and Abstract Company in Dodge City, Kansas prior to moving to Lawton, Oklahoma where she worked for the Lawton/Fort Sill Red Cross, working for 20 years until her retirement. During her time with the Red Cross, she became very close to her work family and loved helping people. Mona also loved her church and was a Sunday School Teacher when she was younger. After moving to Randlett, Oklahoma, she became a member Romans Revival Ministry in Burkburnett. Mona always had a smile on her face for everyone and always had a kind word to share. Mona was preceded in death by her parents; brother, George Jackson; sisters-in-law, Ann Jackson, Barbara Jackson, and Sharon Brown; brother-in-law, Lindsey Brown; father and mother-in-law, Chester and Lorene Brown; nephew, David “Little Dave” Jackson; and niece, Jenny Jackson. Surviving relatives include her husband of 60 years, Jerry Brown of Randlett, Oklahoma; daughter, Jeri Ann Helton and husband, Ben of Burkburnett, Texas; daughter, Sheri Lynn Wright and husband, Lance of Lawton, Oklahoma; sister, Glenda Stevens of Iowa Park, Texas; four brothers, Lewis Jackson of Wichita Falls, Texas; David Jackson and wife, Sharon of Point Blank, Texas; Tommy Jackson of Throckmorton, Texas; and Mark Jackson and wife, Janice of Wichita Falls; eight grandchildren, Jessica and husband, Shawn, Benjamin and wife, Leota, Lindsey and husband, Kevin, Arvella and husband, Henry, Josh, Conner, Lillie, and Jacob; 20 great grandchildren, Zane, Zoey, Zerik, Zaydon, MaKayla, Makenzie, Mason, Ava, Beau Jesse, Lyla Mona Lynn, Kellen, Kinsey, Henry, Jr., Martin, Jonathan, Matthew, Jared, Caleb, Phoebe, and Vanessa; and numerous nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, July 23, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, July 24, 2020

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Heike Brown

July 28, 2020

Mona greeted me with her big smile and gave me a warm welcome way back in 1992 when I first arrived at Fort Sill from Germany. My English was broken then, but Mona encouraged me to keep talking. I will always remember her kind heart and warm smile.

Conner Wright

July 24, 2020

Here's to our Grandma that was so wonderful she glowed with kindness

That loved with with all her heart even if you didn't deserve it

The Mother that raised my momma into the woman she is now

The Grandmother who is responsible for the woman I am at this moment

Here's to my Grandma who helped me pick honey suckles and taught me how to eat them and told me they were just as sweet as me

My Grandma who understood me even when I didn't understand myself

The one who taught me it's okay to be kind even when the world and everyone in it seems so mean

Our Grandma who collected angels even though she was an angel herself

Here's to our Grandma one of the most amazing, kind and Godly women I have ever met,

You are never forgotten and always loved and I know even if you aren't here with us physically you are watching over all your babies and making sure they are okay.

Sincerely your granddaughter,

Conner Elizabeth.

Lindsey Anderson

July 24, 2020

Lindsey Anderson

July 24, 2020

Kellen, Grandpa, Grandma and Kinsey

Lindsey Anderson

July 24, 2020

Leotaandben Helton

July 24, 2020

Leotaandben Helton

July 24, 2020

We Love you Grandma with all our Hearts 💕. It was an Honor to get to spend as much time as we did with you and Grandpa.
Grandma was Always so soft spoken. I don't think I've ever seen grandma mad or raise her voice. I Always thought it was Funny how me and Benji both had Grandmas named" Mona". Now we have a little Girl named Mona Lynn. And everytime i look at her Grandma she reminds me of you. With her Big Pretty Blue eyes they remind me of you too. When my momma saw her today she said "Wow" she does look like her Grandma Mona. Love you Bunches from us all. We will look after Grandpa to don't you worry. Love you Grandpa though my heart breaks for you 💔. It was time for her to go home. She is at Peace now with our Heavenly Father. Love you Both
I had to put our Uncle in here to. We Love you very much Uncle George. This was Grandma's little brother. Whom we lost a little before Grandma. May you both rest in Peace. We know yall our celebrating together in Heaven 💕

Leota Helton

July 23, 2020

From your Ava Michelle💖
She wrote this song for you grandma

"There goes my last goodbye." I wish to say Hi. It's to hard not to cry seeing you look like this. I wish to say goodbye. I wish you had not died. And that is why i wrote this song, and that is why I Love you Grandma......💔

Leota Helton

July 23, 2020

All Grandma's Grandbabies or most of them. She Loved all her Grandbabies very much.💕

Leota Helton

July 23, 2020

You know i had to share a memory of our "Uncle 💕George". Grandma's brother. Whom we lost shortly before Grandma.
Love you Uncle George.

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