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Leah Ann Brown

 

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Leah Ann C. Brown, age 76, passed away peacefully on November 28, 2019 in Crockett, Texas. Leah, originally from Missouri, moved to Texas in 1966, where she continued a long and successful career as a Registered Nurse in Houston County. Leah’s lifelong dedication to nursing brought joy and comfort to the people she cared for.

Leah will be remembered for her beauty, sense of humor, contagious laughter, as a loving mother and caring friend. She touched many lives in a special way with her compassion and grace. Nursing was Leah’s life profession and she was admired for her devotion to her patients. In addition to her professional career, she had a creative side and many talents which included painting, sewing, gardening, decorating, biking and her strong will and faith led to her surviving Stage 4 breast cancer.

Leah is survived by her daughter, Gwen Y. Schreffler and son-in-law, Bill and her son, Troy B. Brown and daughter-in-law, Melanie, and granddaughter, Montana Brown. Leah was preceded in death by her father, Bernard Colbert; her mother, Lelia Colbert; and her sister, Colette Rogers.

A memorial service will be held to celebrate Leah’s life at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 14, 2019 in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel in Crockett.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

5 Comments
  1. Leah was my first boss and nurse role model. I worked with her in the hospital when I was in high school and always remember her fondly!

  2. Leah has been on my mind these last few days as I put my Christmas tree up. I have a few ornaments that she gifted me when I did her hair years ago. Praying for the family at this time. I really enjoyed her as a client.

  3. Aw, RIP Miss Leah. I remember admiring all of your jewelry as a kid and because of you, I have a fondness for collecting it. You were one of a kind.

  4. Gwen and Troy and extended family: I have met you all over the years when Leah visited and when we visited while in Texas. Leah was my best friend in high school, was in our wedding, and we still remained special friends over the years. I hadn’t heard from her in a while and decided to google her. I was shocked and greatly saddened to know she had passed. I couldn’t visit because I have my 17 year old grandson living with me and is impossible to get away. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. I shall prayer for her and she will be forever in my heart.

  5. Leah was my best friend in high school and in my wedding and I in hers. Was greatly saddened to hear of her oassing. I will miss her but she will remain in my heart

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