OBITUARY

Nancy P. Brown

November 29, 1929April 30, 2012

Our Dear Mother

After an incredibly courageous battle with several medical conditions, she went peacefully in her sleep surrounded by loving family April 30, 2012. Preceded in death by daughter, Jilleen and son, Jeffrey. Survived by brother, Don; sisters, Kay and Diane; children, Bonny (Mark) Young, Don (Mary), Cindy (Paul) Smith Driscoll, Robert Jr.; 10 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren; many special friends. As an upstanding citizen of the West 7th community for decades, she changed countless lives as a teacher, tutor and friend to everyone who wanted to further their education. She was recognized as the Queen of Country Music 76-77 as well as an unparalleled icon and fixture of the West 7th family. Visitation Thursday, 4-8pm at Wulff Godbout Funeral Home, 560 West 7th St., St. Paul, as well as one hour prior to the Funeral Service Friday, 11am at the funeral home. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Memorials preferred.

Services

  • Evening Visitation Thursday, May 3, 2012
  • Gathering of Family and Friends Friday, May 4, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 4, 2012
REMEMBERING

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Monica Wierzba

May 7, 2012

May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.

So very sorry for your loss.
Gary & Monica Wierzba

Marlene Miller/Blanchard

May 4, 2012

I never met Nancy, but I know she must be in that choir in the heavens. She sang in my husbands band and he said she was a very good singer. Maybe they are singing togeather again. God bless you all

Patrick Hogan

May 3, 2012

I will miss you with all my heart grandma. I have so many wonderful memories with you.You always made me feel like the little boy at Christmas who just got the greatest present ever. But the biggest gift was having you as my grandma. I love you, and you will never be far from my heart. :)

Amy Rogers, Allana, Emma & Leyton

May 3, 2012

My deepest sympathies go out to family and friends of Grandma Nancy. The legacy she has left behind in family and extended family is profound. I will never forget her warmth and acceptance as my children & I were "blended" into her world. We have all been blessed in knowing her.

With loving thoughts and memories, Nancy, you will be greatly missed.

Debbie Thury

May 3, 2012

Dear Nancy I will always remember your twinkling blue eyes and enviting smile. You always gave me a big hug & a kiss. I've missed, missed you. I never new how much until now.I hope you're shake shake shaking...your tambourine. You where the best. XOXOX

Joe Brown

May 2, 2012

Tell Jilly and Jeffy that I still miss and love them dearly! I'm so happy the pain is gone and you are finally singing country with the angels! Thank you for being such a wonderful Grandma! I will never forget all the fun we had while you helped raise me to become the man I am today! I love you better! XOXO from your Joji Poji pudding and pie

May 2, 2012

Grandma, can't stop thinking about you. You are such a strong woman and I hope I can be as good of a mother as you were. I'm so happy I got to hold your hand with juju sunday night, you make her smile and she was talking to you. I can't believe you're a great great grandma to my babies!!! I love you forever and will always remember when you said I was your little butterfly that has not found her flower. xoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoox!

Delores DeFoe

May 2, 2012

We had so much fun over the years and oh what a time when we got together with all our kids. I'm so glad I got to tell you how much I loved you last week. God Bless You, my sister and my friend.

Molly Young

May 2, 2012

Nanny, So happy that you are not suffering anymore. I hope you are singing your heart out with the angels. Love you more than the whole world, even California. Xoxx

FROM THE FAMILY