OBITUARY

Kyong Won Brown

January 10, 1964April 17, 2021
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Kyong Won Brown passed away at home with her family on April 17th after a hard battle with pancreatic cancer. She was only 57 years old.

She's survived by her husband, Douglas Brown; her children, Joung Min Chae, and Sarah and Joshua Brown; her grandson, Julian Trujillo; and her sister, Kyong Im Yi.

Kyong was born in Chuncheon, South Korea, on April 25th, 1963, and moved to the United States in 1988. She moved from Colorado to Hawaii to finally making her way to Killeen, Texas, with her husband and two younger kids in 1994. She was a barber for 23 years and ended her career at a local shop, Hope Barber Shop.

Kyong found comfort in Killeen when she found her Korean community, especially at her church. She attended St. Luke United Methodist Church and loved volunteering in her free time with other local mission groups.

In her spare time, Kyong loved to cook and be outside. She enjoyed traveling and always documented her adventures. She was a devoted wife and mother and showed her love for her family by cooking for them until the very end.

Services

  • A Celebration of Life Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

Memories

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KYEON GRIM Yi

May 5, 2021

I didn't know you would go to heaven so fast. I'm sorry and I love you so much. If I can meet you again, I really want to be nice to you. I thank my sister's family for being so nice to my sister when she goes. I hope your family finds peace now and God bless you.

Suky Simms

May 4, 2021

To the Brown family,
I used to drive Mrs. Brown to San Antonio for the treatments and was scheduled to another trip on 3/26/2020 and the lockdown caused that trip never happened with me but Mr. Brown took care of her treatment. The 5-hour round trip with Mrs. Brown was fun, plenty of talking, , listening the YouTube food channel show she watched, her love to the families and church activities of praise team at St. Luke Korean Methodist Church etc, and now it is a fond memory. I met her as business relationship of the real estate properties that the Brown family own. Mrs. Brown sent me “Happy Mother’s Day “ on 5/10/2020 with such a positive and energetic mode that I could feel it via text.
My heart goes out to Mr. Doug Brown and family, I recently lost my own mom, and am so sorry for your loss of Mrs. Brown. However I know that she is in Heaven where no more pain and sorrow she feels.

Katie MCMILLAN

May 4, 2021

To whom it may concern;
I've known Kyungwon since 2002 from Sungnuga Methodist Church, and we've been friends for 20 years.
She is a loving and caring friend. She is a friend who always serves, feeds the homeless on holidays, and willingly gives her Thanksgiving Day or other holidays to the lonely and marginalized. Above all, she loves her family, serves God well, and values her friendship. She's an unforgettable friend in my heart. My condolences go out to the mourning family and those who love her. I miss her so much.
With love,
Katie McMillan

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