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Edna "Betty" Brown

September 14, 1924April 24, 2021
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MARBLEHEAD – Edna Betty (Clark) Brown, 96, a longtime resident of Marblehead, passed away on April 24, 2021. Edna was the beloved wife of the late Webster Loring Brown with whom she shared 18 years of marriage until his passing in 1965.

Edna was born in Marblehead, the daughter of the late Guy and Anna (Rodgers) Clark. She was the loving mother of Dana W. Brown and his companion, Mary Wetmore of Salem, and Jeffrey L. Brown of Haverhill; the cherished grandmother of Justin Brown and his wife Deana of Rogers, Arkansas, Jeffrey Brown, Jr. and his wife, Bethany of Groveland, Brian Brown and his wife, Jen of Haverhill and Lori Walsh and her husband, Vern of Beverly; the adoring great-grandmother of Alanna, Brian, Jr., Michael, Josh, Kayla, Ethan and Zoe; and the dear sister of Lida Russell of Stuart, Florida, and brothers, the late Wesley, Hollis, Bud and Stan Clark. She was also the aunt of many nieces and nephews.

Edna was a proud homemaker who dedicated her life to raising and taking care of her family at their home on Whittier Road in Marblehead. She enjoyed tending to her flower garden, enjoyed dancing and listening to rock ’n’ roll music and supported both of her sons in their music and band activities. Edna was also known to her family as a “rigger upper” , making something work when needed.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, April 28th, from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Eustis & Cornell of Marblehead, 142 Elm Street with appropriate social distancing and attendance restrictions in place. Due to pandemic restrictions, funeral services and burial in Waterside Cemetery will be private. Floral tributes are welcome or memorial contributions suggested to the The Linden, Memory Care, Unit Activity Fund, 220 Conant St., Danvers, MA 01923.

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  • Visiting Hours - Appropriately Socially Distanced

    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

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Edna "Betty" Brown

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David Armstrong

May 3, 2021

I remember the first time I bought my two older sons Matt and Jamie to aunt Bettys house.she just made them feel write at home and they just loved her little house with all the little things she had.we will all miss her I loved her very mush.
David

Stacy Dennis

May 2, 2021

Love my Aunt Betty. She always brightened my LIFE. She encouraged me more than she ever knew. She taught me about JOY and FUN and being YOUNG.
I LOVE HERE ALWAYS.
STACY

sterling clark

May 1, 2021

Never saw Betty much during my short life, but when I did she was always full of life and happy to see a relative. A more upbeat person I don't believe you could find anywhere. Wish she and I had spent more time together to enjoy conversations. This is a person that will be missed a great deal by all who knew her.

Deanna Brown

April 30, 2021

My condolences to all of you. Granny was such an upbeat positive woman. She would do anything for her grandchildren. I will never forget her huge heart and upbeat soul, I am so grateful I was able to be a part of her life. Heaven has gained such a remarkable angel.

Harriett Johnson

April 26, 2021

Betty was my maid of honor 72 years ago. We loved to talk about the good times we had together over the years. I will miss her.


Linda Davidson

April 26, 2021

Granny you will always be in my heart..you were like a mom to me and you would tell me I was like a daughter to you because you had 2 boys..I remember the shopping trips we took...I will always miss you and you will have a place in my heart...I love you..❤️❤️❤️❤️

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