Marguerite F. Brown, 91, of Yuba City, CA, passed away Sunday, June 23, 2013.|
She leaves behind one daughter, Donna (Brown) Standridge and her husband John Standridge.
Mom was preceded in death by her husband Edwin F. Brown many years ago.
Mom was born November 19, 1922 in Sentinel, Oklahoma.
The largest portion of her life she lived in Martinez, CA, where she and my dad built their own home on Arthur Rd. in the late 50's & 60's.
Mom leaves behind two granddaughters: Tara Jenkins and her husband Robert, of Lincoln, CA "this last year they did a wonderful job of looking after Mom"; also granddaughter Korin Berry Hill and husband Donald of Loma Rica, CA, Korin was also very helpful and considerate of my mom in many ways. Survivors also include great grandchildren Anjoli Mosier and husband Brad of Evanston, WY, Stevin Reynolds Jr. of Evanston, WY, Benjamin Reynolds and wife Heather of Evanston, WY; also four great- great grandchildren: Arianna, Brayden & Cordell Mosier, lastly the newest great-great grandchild Kyndryk Reynolds, all of Evanston, WY. Mom's two surviving sisters are Barbara Hogard of Grants Pass, OR, and Veda Zepf of Camarillo, CA; nephew James Hantgin of Pomona, CA, niece Taunie Victoria and husband Vic; great nieces Lynette, Jayleen and Nicole, nephew Erick all of the Camarillo, CA area.
In her earlier days, Mom did a lot of gardening. She always had lots of company visiting. She was very creative at making decorations for lots of home parties at her home, whole themes were carried out and there was lots of music, dancing and "fun times", Mom was always busy.
Later in life after moving to Marysville, CA, she belonged to two square dance clubs in the past, Busin Cousins Y.C., and the Moose Lodge Square Dancers Y.C.
In Martinez, CA, Mom belonged to a Secret Pal Club with close neighborhood ladies. She was also a member of the Pythian Sisters.
Mom like to read a lot. And above all she liked to shop, all forms of it, and a lot! Ha!
In many parts of her life at different stages, she did not have a very easy life.
Mom helped people in her own way in large and small ways of thoughtfulness.
Above all, she saved and sacrificed for her family and she thought about others right up until the end!
She always said, "Do the right thing and love the people who are the hardest to love as they need it the most, mom included!"
Mom was a complex person, but we tried to understand her childhood issues and what motivated her thoughts, and sometimes her off beat way of thinking and doing things. She could be difficult to the "Max" but in spite of all, we stayed loyal and loving as a family.
"Dance and sing up a storm in Heaven Mom, and shop till you drop. We are all so grateful you are out of pain now and finally at peace. Love you Mom!"
Memorial service will be held at 3:00pm Friday, August 23, 2013 at Sierra View Mortuary in Olivehurst, CA. Granddaughter Tara Jenkins will be the Pastor and speak, and we will commune together. A dinner after the service at 6:00PM at the Pentecostal Life of Christ Worship Center, 725 Orange St. in Yuba City, CA.
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Published in Appeal Democrat on Aug. 6, 2013