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March 29, 2014
I first met Mary Ann Brown in the hallway of Central High School my first day of eight grade. I was a very shy girl and lost and could not find my English teachers room. I never knew why she walked into the hall that morning, but she was a beautiful angel who came to my rescue, took me under her wing and helped me find my room. My angel turned out to be my eight grade English teacher. I was one of the lucky ones who got taught by her twice. I have adored her ever since and we remained friends thru the years. We only saw each other in later years at class reunions, but it always made me so happy to hear her say "There's Ben and Connie." and always with such pleasure in her voice that it made you fall in love with her all over again. She made everyone feel that way. That was just Mrs. Brown. She was such an inspiration to me after my daughter died and th only thing I can say here is a verse I found for my daughter "You left and forgot to tell our hearts how to live without you". Connie Friedman Conine Class of 1967.
March 29, 2014
I was a painfully shy 16 year old when I met Mary Brown in English III. She made me fell very comfortable in her class. The things she taught me are still with me even after fifty years. I and very one of her students loved her and always wanted to please her. Mary Brown was a very special lady and I will always remember her. Benjamin (Bennie Joe) Conine. Class of 1965
March 29, 2014
Mrs Brown was a favorite teacher for many students I know she was for me. I will always remember her for the wonderful person she was and how fortunate I am to have known her.
March 29, 2014
We were so blessed to have had the influence of Mrs. Brown in our lives - she was our "home room" teacjer at CHS. Her smile was infectous and her devotion to her students was above and beyond. You will be missed . Deepest sympathy to your family. Gary & MaryAnn Smiley
March 29, 2014
Mary Ann always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. She will always be remembered as a gracious lady. Norma Walters
March 29, 2014
Thoughts and prayers with you at this sad time.
March 28, 2014
Our prayers are with you. She was truly one of a kind and a dear friend. Janice and Dorwayne Glover
March 28, 2014
I am so grateful to have known Mrs. Brown in my years as a Phi Gamma. I admired her poise, thoughtfulness and dedication to the Chi Omega sisterhood. I cherish those memories! Jennifer Holliday Tompkins
March 28, 2014
RIP, Mary Ann. May
God ease your family's pain.
March 28, 2014
My deepest sympathy to the family. God Bless You!

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