Fannie Mae Knowles-Browner

Hayward, California

1924 - 2013

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Abe, Velma and James,
We are so sorry for the loss of your wonderful mom. I have many memories of her and your family when your mom used to watch my sisters and I and from Levine where my Mom, Auntie and Grandma worked. May you all be blessed with loving memories as we will be. God bless.

I know your family is proud of fannie and the way she raised her children. I know she was a wonderful woman because her children are

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

To all the Knowles- Browner family, my prayers are with you for your loss, as it is my loss too and a lot of other people. Aunt Fanny always cared for all the family and cousins and inlaws of everybody connected. She will be missed, but never forgotten

Auntie, there are so many wonderful things to say about you, but most is that you loved and you were loved I will miss you dearly. love Vernette

Dear aunt Fannie I will always have fund and loving memories of you and I will hold them near all my life I love you you
were all such a lady in everything you did your loving neice Jennie Eastland Turner

R. I. P. Love you and will always miss you.

Aunt Fannie how do I say I love and will certainly miss you. You were a big influence on my early years.
R. I. P gone but not forgotten.

My dear sweet Aunt u will truly be missed " tears " You will always be in my hear with great and loving memories R.i.p.


Fannie's Obituary

Fannie Mae Knowles-BrownerMar 26, 1924-Apr 12, 2013Resident of FairviewFannie Mae Knowles-Browner, 89, passed away on April 12, 2013. She was a loving mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, friend and neighbor. Fannie was born in Idabel, Oklahoma. She moved from Oklahoma to California, and married...

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