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Elaine Augusta Brown

December 7, 1940 — April 28, 2024


Elaine Augusta Brown, born Elaine Augusta Alexander on December 7 1940, in Libertyville IL, passed away on April 27 2024, in Olive Branch, MS. She was a loving wife to Herbert Brown, a devoted mother to her daughter Tina, and a dear niece to Mary Ann.

Elaine led a remarkable life filled with dedication and kindness. Throughout her career, she served as an electrical engineer for power plants and had previously worked for both the USPS and FedEx. However, her proudest accomplishments were always centered around her family. Elaine's selflessness and unwavering love knew no bounds.

Those who had the privilege of knowing Elaine will remember her for her unforgettable moments that showcased her unique personality. One such memory is when during a sale at her house, a woman admired the pictures on her wall, and Elaine attempted to give them away as a gesture of generosity. This act encapsulates Elaine's nature - always sweet, generous, and loving.

Elaine's passion for country life was evident in everything she did. She never complained about anything and found solace in the simplicity of nature. She adored spending time in a cabin to reset and fulfill her love for horses and animals. Elaine truly cherished the Lord and his creations.

In celebrating Elaine's life, we find comfort in knowing that she touched the hearts of many with her gentle spirit. While we mourn her passing, we take solace in the memories she leaves behind and the everlasting impact she had on all who knew her.

May Elaine Augusta Brown rest in peace, knowing that her legacy of love and kindness will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to have known her.
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