Alberta J Brown
June 22, 1924 – November 5, 2019
Funeral services for Alberta J. Brown, 95, who died on November 5, 2019 at Kimball County Manor will be held at St. Agnes Catholic Church on Monday, November 11th at 10am, officiated by Father Martin Egging, with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. A visitation at Dugan-Kramer Funeral Chapel will be Sunday, November 10th from 4pm until 6pm at which point there will be a Rosary. Online condolences may be left at www.dugankramer.com Alberta was born June 22nd, 1924, at Bellwood, Nebraska, to Helen (Kirchner) and Albert Janicek, and received her early education in the Kimball County schools, graduating from Kimball County High School, after which she worked for a bank in Denver, then American National Bank in Kimball. She married Donald L. Brown on September 25th, 1947 in Kimball, and they made their home in Banner County and Scottsbluff, Nebraska. They honeymooned in Washington D.C., visiting the capital, monuments, and New York City to attend a Yankees baseball game. She was a member of St. Agnes Altar Society and often played cards at Perkins, as well as being an avid golfer and bowler. She loved delivering her kids to whatever or wherever she thought they should be. She loved dancing with her husband, Don, at Lost Park and The Big Band Area in David City and Bellwood, Nebraska. Survivors include sons, Richard J. (Janice) Brown, Randall L. Brown, Robert G. Brown; granddaughter, Stephanie (Gene) Marill; great-grandson, Jaxson Marill; brother, Derald; brother, Duane (Fran) Janicek; and sister, Carolee (Lawrence) Egging. She was preceded in death by husband, Donald; daughter, Maxine Ann Brown; father, Albert Janicek; mother, Helen Janicek; brothers, Donald, Dale, Dick, David, and Dan Janicek; and sisters, Pat Glenn and Betty Janicek.
- Visitation and Rosary Sunday, November 10, 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Monday, November 11, 2019
- Burial Monday, November 11, 2019
Alberta J Brown
November 12, 2019
My thoughts are with you all during this sad time. Alberta was truly a strong woman. I have admired and respected her since I first met her in the '80s when I started doing their tax work. She impressed me with her strong will and intelligence. She was always engaged and even through adversity never viewed herself as a victim. It impressed me that she was active and bowled well into her late 80s. She cared deeply for her family. You can be proud to have had her for your Mom.
November 9, 2019
I would like to send my deepest sympathy to Rick and Janice, Randy, and Robbie. Aunt Alberta was such a lovely lady and I will always remember her contagious laugh! My children will never forget the time Aunt Alberta and Mackie traveled down to visit us in Victoria, KS to deliver a 10 minute VHS video of my wedding! She made my boys laugh and they learned that you always pass food around the table to your right. May she Rest In Peace
November 8, 2019
I, Tom Hiller, son of Ed and Charlotte (Kirchner) Hiller, extend my condolences, prayers and best wishes to the family and extended family of Alberta Brown. Loving memories of the time spent in the early years of my life with the Janicek family will never be forgotten. God loves you all and so do I!