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Mae Mollie Brown

Date of Death: July 19, 2020
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Blue Ridge Hospice
333 W. Cork Street
Suite 405
Winchester, Virginia 22601

Mae Mollie Brown, 90, of Stephens City, Virginia, passed away on Sunday, July 19, 2020, at Winchester Medical Center. Mrs. Brown was born in Bench, Saskatchewan, Canada, in 1929, the daughter of the late Emma and Emil Radke. Mrs. Brown was a farm woman in Greenspring. She was a former employee at Capitol Records andContinue Reading

Kathy and Rocky Brown left a message on July 29, 2020:
David and Family, We send our deepest condolences. Prayers to you and your family, we trust that you have many dear memories to hold close. Kathy and Rocky Brown
Jay Boyce left a message on July 26, 2020:
So sorry about your mom. May love be with you!
Danielle Storrs left a message on July 24, 2020:
I love you Gramma Brown. What could be more precious than Grandma’s special love? She always seems to know the things that we are fondest of. She’s always ready with a smile Or a loving word of praise. Her laughter always brightens up The cloudiest of days... She has an understanding heart that encourages and cheers. The love she gives so freely Grows deeper with the years. Her wisdom and devotion are blessings from above Nothing could be more precious than Grandma’s special love. -Author Unknown
Jim and Julie Brown left a message on July 23, 2020:
Dear David, Sharon and Karen, We're so very sorry to learn of your Mother's death. Jim knows all of you kids from James Wood. I haven't met you but used to see you as kids out at the farm when we would have picnics at Old Stone Church. Your Mom's picture is beautiful, I'm sure she was a lovely lady. With Affection, Jim and Julie Brown
Diane Partlow left a message on July 22, 2020:
David, Sharon, Karen & Family Sending Hugs, Love & many thoughts. I loved your Mom the first time I met her. She always had a special place in my heart & always will.. Heaven gained another angel.. Love you all & God Bless
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Tamara Sirk left a message on July 22, 2020:
Auntie Mae was always like a 2nd Mom to my sister and I when we were young children. We spend so much time at her house on Greenwood Road and then when they moved to Wade, and then to the farm on Greenspring Road. We have so many wonderful family memories...Thanksgivings, Christmases, and numerous other holidays. Auntie Mae was a wonderful cook and I always loved her coleslaw. Never had better than her’s. She will be sorely missed and I am thankful that she is not suffering any more and will rest in peace with Grammy, her husband, Uncle Dave, and brother-in-law, Uncle Tommy at the Old Stone Church. Love you Auntie Mae!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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