Nancy Jean Brown

Nancy Jean Brown

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Nancy Jean Brown (nee Meffert), beloved member of the St. Louis community, passed away peacefully into the hands of God with her son by her side on June 10, 2017, in the care of St. Lukes hospice at The Westchester House in Chesterfield.

She is preceded in death by her parents Wayne and Marian Meffert, brother Harold “Bud” Meffert, Brother and sister-in-law Jack and Shirley Meffert, son Keith Brown, and grandson Sean Brown.

Nancy is survived by her sister-in-law Louise Meffert, son Kenneth (Julia) Brown, daughter-in-law Nancy Brown, grandson Ken (Mandi) Brown, granddaughter-in-law Shannon (Nathan Smith) Brown, grandson Matthew (Emily) Brown, granddaughters Emily (David) Sampl, Jessica (William) Rodriguez, Rachel (Phillip Gilmor) Brown, and 9 great grandsons. She will also be missed by many cousins, nieces, nephews and close friends.

Nancy was born March 25th, 1935. She was an active member of the Parkway United Church of Christ where she also taught preschool for over 20 years. She was a member of Pomegranate Chapter #397 Order of the Eastern Star, and served her Chapter as Worthy Matron in 1984 and was appointed Grand Representative of Washington D.C. in Missouri from 1985-87.

Nancy was a kind, generous and inspiring woman who dedicated her life to helping others and educating young minds. She loved to laugh, watch Cardinals Baseball, and spend time with her Grandchildren and “Baseball Team” of Great Grandsons, whom all adored their Nana.

Memorial services will be held at 11:00 am on July 15, 2017.
Parkway United Church of Christ
2841 N Ballas Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to:

St. Lukes Hospice
(Please choose “St. Lukes Hospice” under designation)
https://5639.thankyou4caring.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=375

OR

Shriners Children’s Hospital
https://secure2.convio.net/shfc/site/Donation2;jsessionid=00000000.app273b?df_id=4689&4689.donation=form1&NONCE_TOKEN=DE35F8BDE15D3605F09F26012EAFBAD9

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  1. Ken Brown says:

    R.I.P. Mom! I know your in heaven and having a grand party! I’ll always love you and thankfully I have a lifetime of wonderful memories! ❤️❤️❤️

  2. Julie Brown says:

    You are finally happy and at peace. We will all miss you but you stay with us in our hearts. Thank you for the love and wisdom that you gave to your family, it will never be forgotten

  3. Angela Wexelman says:

    Thinking of you Ken. She is at peace and hopefully having a grand party!

    XXOO Angela

  4. Patti Green says:

    My deepest sympathy to you, Ken and Julie. I know your mom is proud of you. You did so much to make her life wonderful, you should both be proud, as well.

  5. Nancy A Brown says:

    I met Nancy March 12th, 1983. She had lent Keith her car for our first date and Keith locked the keys in the car and had to have her meet us to bring the spare key. We laughed that I was meeting his mom on our first date. 8 months later she would become my mother-in-law. Throughout the years we shared a lot of laughter and shed tears together more than once. And though I will miss her, I take comfort that she is with her loved ones that have gone before her.

  6. Patti Green says:

    Yep, it says July. I’m here a month early! Will be back on the correct day.

  7. Donna Batha says:

    RIP and I know you are telling your cousin Wanda Scharnell Batha all the exciting things that happened. Glad I went to the family reunion last summer.
    Love you💖

  8. Carol and Harold Cobb says:

    We will always remember Nancy with a great joke or comment. She was so wonderful with children at Parkway United Nursery School. They loved her and she always made them feel special. We are so sorry we will be out of town for the Memorial Service, but please know you all are in our prayers.

  9. Audrey and John Nourse says:

    We will always remember Nancy as a dear friend, who brought warmth and graciousness into our lives. We send our love and support to all of the family.

    Love, Audrey and John