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Fay Brown

November 4, 1923 - December 29, 2014

Fay H Brown, 91, passed away December 29, 2014 from complications associated with Alzheimer’s at Peach Tree Assisted Living in West Haven. She was born November 4, 1923 to Alfred and Lucy Howard in Charlo, Montana.

 

Fay graduated in 1941 from Weber County High. She was married to Harold L Petersen in Ogden, Utah in 1945. They later divorced in 1954. She married Robert Brown of Roy in 1964.

 

Fay worked as a Beautician and Teacher of Cosmetology. She was employed at the Navajo Indian Reservation in Brigham City and later was a teacher’s aide at Ben Lomond High School.

 

She was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ogden as a Sunday School Teacher and prepared many meals for special events. Fay’s specialty was her homemade cinnamon roles.

 

She was very talented in quilting and knitting; making many items for family, friends, and fundraisers. She was also a member of P.E.O. Sisterhood.

 

Fay is survived by her sons Kent Petersen of Palmdale, Ca. and Rich Petersen, of West Haven, grand-daughters Amber (Petersen) Margolis, Brandi (Petersen) Clevenger, Bobbie (Petersen) Crowley, five great-grandchildren, and brother Grant Howard. She also had a number of step-grandchildren and great grand children.

 

Fay loved her family and friends dearly and will be truly missed.

 

Fay is preceded in death by husband Robert Brown, sisters Auda Phelps, Shirley Simmons, Rita Barnett, and brother Walt Howard.

 

Funeral Services will be held at Leavitt’s Mortuary 836-36th Street Ogden, UT on Monday, January 5, 2015 at 11:00 am. Family will greet friends prior to service from 9:45-10:45 am.

 

Interment-Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch.

 

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Date: Monday, January 5, 2015

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitts Mortuary

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

836-36th Street

Ogden, UT

Viewing one hour prior to service.


 

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Born: November 4, 1923
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Joyce Wright posted on 1/6/15

I knew Faye from the days I attended the First Presbyterian Church along with Helen James and Ruth Carver. We would always have lunch afterwards and socialize a bit. I also would see her at some of the Weber State girl's games. She was such a kind and personable gal and I'm glad she was a part of my life.

 

Dean-Ellen and Fred Hunger posted on 1/5/15

So sorry I wasn't able to attend the service today, but she was always such a delightful person. We are member of the First Presbyterian Church, too. Some years ago when I was Sunday School Superintendent and wanted to have a "Mother's Day Breakfast" for our teachers, I wasn't quite sure how to go about it. In a couple of days, here came my 'angel' Faye to tell me she would take care of the food for me. And she did, for several years. That is when I first remember her, but she was always such a dear person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time, but know that you are rejoicing that she is out of her misery and in very good hands. Sincerely, Dean-Ellen and Fred

 

Janet Nicholas Carter posted on 1/5/15

I am Uncle Joe and Aunt Doran's last daughter. I knew your Mom well and so loved her and especially her humor and laughter. She spent a lot of time at Promontory with your Grandma and Grandpa Howard. What a blessing they all were in Mom's life. she loved her family, which dearly included your Mom. What a great blessing she must have been in your life. I remember you boys so well, from the reunions at Como Springs. I'm sure you are as handsome now as you were then. God bless you and your family at this time of sorrow. We send our light and love to you knowing God will bless you with peace and comfort. Our love to each of you..... please tell Grant and Joann hello for us. they are such wonderful people. Ralph and Janet Carter....and my sister Thera Huish.

 

Jeane Channel posted on 1/4/15

One of the greatest blessings of my life was meeting and becoming a friend of Fay. Such a special lady and a dear person. She, Ruth and I had many great adventures together. I share your grief and sorrow at the loss of your dear Mom.

 

Jeane Channel posted on 1/4/15

One of the greatest blessings in my life was meeting and becoming a friend of Fay. Such a very special lady and a joy to be with. She, Ruth and I had many wonderful times together. I share your grief and sorrow at her loss.

 

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