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Bria Brown

2001 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Bria Brown Obituary
Estes Park suffered a tragic loss on Sat. Feb. 28, with the unexpected death of one of our sweet middle schoolers, Bria Brown, who had just turned 14. Bria had an acute asthma attack in the middle of the night and was unable to get help before respiratory failure took her life.

Her family takes comfort in Bria's baptism, knowing that she now graces Heaven with her extraordinary gifts, despite their profound pain of loss. Bria wrote of the guarantee of God's love and Heaven in her journal and was successful in spreading His light to all she touched. Bria had a "live-out-loud" and "love big" attitude, which she brought to everything she did and everyone she knew.

Bria loved the arts and pursued a dream of becoming an entertainer through acting and singing. She loved to write and play music on the guitar and piano. She played flute in the band and sang in the choir. We are thankful for the many pieces of work that are left behind to remember her and inspire others. Despite her weak lungs, Bria loved to participate in team sports and strived to be a leader amongst her teammates. Basketball was her current favorite and she was so thrilled to make two baskets in a winning game just last week. Bria also took pride in being an honors student and sharing her knowledge by mentoring other kids.

Bria found her acting bug and heart for God at a young age through church programs such as Longmont's "Music in the Mountains." Bria participated in local theater productions in and out of school showcasing her extraordinary talents in performance. Her angelic singing voice and complete character transformation, when she performed any role, were well noted. While she was often cast as a lead character, Bria would happily take on any part and contribute to the production with a team attitude that was rare in such a young person. In addition to her talents, her professionalism, responsibility, and attention to detail were admired and appreciated by her fellow cast members and directors.

Bria was an avid reader and a voracious consumer of music and mascara. She was a loving friend to many of her peers; kind and inclusive to other children of all ages in the community. She was appreciative of her friends and family and wrote about how she treasured them. She brought joy to the many adults who loved her, as well. The extended loving family of Estes Park mourns the loss of one of its most unique and bright children.

Bria was born in Longmont on Feb. 7, 2001. She attended Twin Peaks Charter Academy until her family moved to Estes Park in 2010, transferring to Estes Park Elementary School. She was enrolled in EPMS prior to her untimely death.
Bria is survived locally by her mother, Darlene; her father, Brian; her older brothers, Logan (17) and Caden (16); grandmother Mary Lovetinsky and step-grandfather John Lovetinsky, North Liberty, IA; grandfather David Geasland and step-grandmother Ann Geasland of Cisco, TX; grandparents Hugh and Ellen Brown of Grand Prairie, TX; and, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and other extended family who love her dearly.
Bria will be remembered by her friends on Fri. March 6, at a candlelight vigil at the Estes Park Youth Center (time yet to be determined). A celebration of life service will be held in the main fellowship hall of Mountain View Bible Fellowship at 1 p.m. Saturday. An optional viewing will be available before the service starting at 10am and after the service as long as is needed.
Bria was caring and giving. She sponsored a child in Uganda, loved the arts, and wished that asthma could be cured. A memorial contribution may be made, in lieu of flowers, to the Bria Brown Memorial Fund to support her passions at any location of both The Bank of Estes Park and Elevations Credit Union. Donations may also be mailed to PO Box 2390, Estes Park CO 80517.

Also, friends are encouraged to share remembrances of Bria on Facebook and Instagram, #beautifulbria.
Published in Estes Park Trail-Gazette on Mar. 6, 2015
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