Mary Kay Brown Monday, July 9, 1984 - Saturday, July 29, 2017
Miss Mary Kay Brown as born July 9,1984 and she was called home July 29,2017. A Native of Kansas City, Kansas. She started her education at White Church elementary under Mr. Steve Bock who was a good friend of the family. Mary excelled academically, she played Basketball and she played the violin. She graduated to Eisenhower Middle School and excelled in sports. Basketball with coach Madonna Bock they were undefeated. She also played volleyball, this was her favorite sport. She was part of the drill team under her favorite teacher Mrs. Anna Smith. She only attended Washington High School briefly as she became ill. She attended Roswell Church of Christ until she became ill, she was visited by many from the congregation while home bound She enjoyed helping people, she was a junior volunteer at KU Medical Center the Summer of 1998, her dream was to become a nurse. She enjoyed (loved) playing with babies, if someone came to the house with a baby she would be ready to ask for it. She also helped care for her sick aunt who lived with us. During Mary's illness she lived with her parents Kay and Rickey Brown as they cared for her for nineteen years. She leaves to mourn her parents Kay and Rickey Brown of Kansas City, Kansas 3 brothers: Ricky(Lisa) Brown, Kansas City, KS., Rashad Bonner of Denver Colorado Courtney(La Tasha) Stallworth of Birmingham Alabama. 2 favorite cousins Holly Upton and Margie Miller of Dallas, Texas. Her favorite aunt Angela Jordan of Longbeach, California. Her favorite uncle Sylvester Brown of Kansas City, Ks. Her grandmother Ernestine Bruce and great aunt Tomeria Brown-Givan of Birmingham, Ala. A host of aunts and uncles: Carmen Lear of San Francisco, Paralee Parris of Kansas City, Mo. Belinda Pace of Birmingham, Sabrina Rivera and Darlene Renfro of Baltomore, Maryland. Christopher Brown, Leonard Brown, Cedric Massengale and John Bruce of Birmingham, Alabama. Maurice Deloney and Wayman Miller of Kansas City,Ks.Jo Jo McToy of New York. A host of nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. We give reverence to the dead through our service to the living.