June Brown, age 76, passed away peacefully Sunday, October 13, 2019 at her home surrounded by her family and loved ones after extended health issues. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a member of Professional Secretaries International.
One of her joys in life was participating in the Women of the Moose. She held several offices in her 40 year career. Her greatest accomplishment came in 2015, when she was chosen by Moose International to serve as the Tennessee Deputy Grand Regent. She deeply loved her Moose family.
Survivors include her two daughters: Cindy Cutshaw and Kathy and Jimmy Skidmore; grandchildren: Krista Kirkpatrick, Megan Cutshaw, Jaylynn Kesterson and Jacob Cutshaw; a great grandson: Nealan Ricker; step grandchildren: Jon and Kellie Skidmore and Taylor Harmon; step great grandchildren: Tatum and Chase Harmon, Reagan, Kenndi and Lykin Skidmore; one sister and brother-in-law: Peggy and Billy McCamey; a special aunt: Wanda Thomason; special cousins: Charles and Nancy Rader; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Gary and Amy Brown, Rosa Lee Jones, Shirley June Howard, Dorothy Harris, Willie Gay Wingler, Lennis Hawkins and Bud Kilday.
She was preceded in death by her husband: Harold Wayne Brown; her parents: Washie and Avadean Cansler; sister-in-law: Almira Kilday; brother-in-law: Raymond and Bertha Brown.
The Brown family will have a graveside service at 2:00 pm Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at GreeneLawn Memory Gardens. Rev. Dixie Miller will be officiating. Everyone attending is asked to meet at the cemetery.
Pallbearers will include: Jacob Cutshaw, Brook Cutshaw, Jimmy Skidmore, Jaylynn Kesterson, Jon Skidmore and Jeff Kesterson.
Honorary pallbearers will include: Joe Broyles, Jack Morelock and Wayne Smith.
The Brown family wishes to express a special thank you to: Dr. Jamie Oakley and staff, Dr. Tran, Dr. Kfoury, Cindy and staff at Davita, Amedysis Hospice, Dr. Gaffney, Jama and staff, Dr. Hopkins and Dr. Yoon.
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