Ida-Fuller-Brown-Obituary

Ida Mae Fuller-Brown

Omaha, Nebraska

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To the family and friends, words can't comfort the hearts of the loved ones that are sad because of Mrs. Brown homegoing. Mrs. Brown was a very sweet spiritual woman of God. I'm honored to have known her. Your smile and soft sweet voice will be missed.

Our condolences to the Brown Family! We send our love your way. Her chair may be empty, but her memory will forever rest in your hear!!

We the members of the Union Community Holy Spirit Church share in your lost. Evangelist Ida Brown was a faithful member to her church.

We pray that the Lord will give the family strength and comfort their hearts knowing that she finished this life in serving the Lord and doing his will.

Our prayers go out to the family and all those who loved and cherished her for being that woman of God.

I wish to express my sincere condolences to the family of Ida Mae "Tiny" Fuller-Brown, whom I fondly remember because as a teenager, I babysit her two oldest children. I also met her sister, Linda when she came for visits and remember her as well, although it has been close to 40 years ago. My prayers are with the
family.

To the Brown family,

We were saddened to hear about Ida's passing. Although she lived in East St Louis, we thought that we would see her again as she travelled frequently back to Omaha to visit and see about her children and grandchildren.

We know you dearly loved her. We and so many others loved her as well.

We are praying that God will comfort and strengthen you all. Your wife, mother, grandmother was truly an awesome woman of God who deeply loved all of...

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Ida's Obituary

Ida Fuller-Brown passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on November 8, 2012.