• Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home
    Nashville, IN
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Wanda N. Brown (Medcalf) 1925 - 2014

Wanda N. Brown (Medcalf)

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Saturday, January 11, 2014
I had the privilege of meeting this lovely lady when I was in Nashville caring for my sister, Pat Laurie (now deceased) and acquiring a beautiful little gray quail that she so expertly crafted from a gourd. It is one of my most treasured momentos that I brought home with me when I moved back to Washington. It hangs proudly in my dining room window. Wanda was a lovely lady and had a very engaging spirit. Blessings to her family.
Thursday, January 09, 2014
Sorry to hear of Wanda's passing. My sympathy to the family. I taught with her at Helmsburg Elem.
Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Wanda Brown had the most remarkable spirit. She was calm, engaging, gentle, warm and wise, not to mention, a GREAT Euchre player! I will always remember the sparkle in her eye when she was about to bump me.
Monday, January 06, 2014
Wanda Brown was a gift to all who knew her. I was blessed to know her as my Aunt Wanda. She taught me to not look at the superficial, but to dig deep and use my brain. She challenged me on all levels.
My favorite recollection is spending Sunday's at her home. The adults played cards for hours; Euchre, bid Euchre, Bridge. While the kids, my siblings and cousins, filled time watching TV, playing football, and the ever present squabble (ok sibling fight). I loved being allowed to watch the adults play cards and eventually being asked to learn and play and yes, she never let you win. Which I believe made me a better person.
My Aunt wrote several books. I was honored when in my twenties she asked for my review of her latest work. I was also greatly impressed that I had an Aunt that had the ability to put pen to paper and create literary work.

As stated above, Aunt Wanda always welcomed open intellectual discussion. She always accepted everyone's view without judgment and was not afraid to share hers. What a great lesson.

Wanda Brown, thank you for all the love and encouragement you gave me throughout my life. I will miss you.
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