LaTonya La'Trice Brown Sunday, January 12, 1975 - Thursday, June 1, 2017

La’ Tanya L. Brown, 42 was born January 12, 1975 in Kansas City, KS to Debra Brown of Olathe, Ks. and Richard Nelson of KCKS. La’Tanya’s grandparents, George (Eddie) Brown and Modeal Nelson Sr., God-sister Ja’Lisa Reed, three Aunt’s and three uncles preceded her in death. La’ Tanya was educated in the schools of Wyandotte County and graduated from F.L.Schlagle High School in 1993. La’Tanya lived in Shawnee Mission, Ks until her untimely death.La’Tanya worked at several places. She was last employed with Ford Motor Co. until her health began to fail. La’Tanya confessed a hope in Christ under the leadership of Rev. L.J.Flowers. Interim Pastor Rev. Mobley baptized her. Later she joined Power Realm under leadership of Pastor Elvin Rhone. Later she joined Landmark International & Deliverance Worship Center, under the leadership of Bishop John L. Brown Sr. She was under watch care of Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Pastor Robert L. Brown Sr. Tanya departed this life, Thursday, June 1,2017. She leaves to cherish her memory, her loving mother and caretaker, Debra Brown, and her father Richard Nelson. Her four brothers; Marcus(Jennifer) Brown of Independence, Mo. Edward (Shelece) Fard of Shawnee, Ks, Adrian Brown of Olathe, Ks. Dy’Juan Nelson of KCKS, and one sister Katrina Fard of Shawnee, Ks., two God brothers, Dale Fountain of Overland, Ks. and Jalen Reed of KCKS. Her Paternal grandmother Allian Nelson and her God-Grandmother Charlene West. She has four nephews, Michael Fard, Javion Wilson, Jamal Wilson, Mar’John Brown and one niece A’n’Joli Fard. Five uncles, Eddie Lawrence Brown of Little Rock Ar., Granville O’Neal (Pameliah) of KCKS, Bishop John Brown Sr.(Bernice) of KCMO. (Special Uncle) Robert Brown Sr. (Lavera) of KCKS, Larry D. Brown of KCMO, five aunts, Lonzella Brown of KCKS, Maggie Walker of KCKS, Gladys Person(Dana) of Olathe, Ks., Elizabeth Brown , Lenexa, Ks.. Special Aunt Emma Tyler of Merriam, Ks. and a host of relatives and friends. We give reverence to the dead through service to the living.