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Janet Brown

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Dec 30, 1964 – Sep 8, 2019 (Age 54)

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BORN
December 30, 1964
DIED
September 8, 2019
AGE
54
LOCATION
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

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Ms. Janet Marie Brown, MSN, FNP-BC, MSCN, age 54, of Murfreesboro, TN passed away Sunday, September 8, 2019. She was born in Cincinnati, OH to the late Jerome and Martha Herbold Brown. Ms. Brown’s calling was nursing. She became a travelling nurse all over the country and took care of Mrs. Walt Disney in the 1990’s. She graduated Austin Peay University in 1998 with her BSN. She returned to Nashville and put herself through nurse practitioner school while working full time and graduated Tennessee State University in 2001. Ms. Brown became the first Tennessee nurse to be multiple sclerosis certified in 2004. She began her practice at Murfreesboro Medical Clinic in 2011. Ms. Brown’s focused on treating patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She was a faithful member of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church.


 


Ms. Brown is survived by her siblings, Robert Brown and his wife Mary of Newburgh, IN, Mike Brown and his wife Sharyl of Denver, CO, Don Brown and his wife Sharon of Raleigh, NC, Barbara Brown of Wenzhou, China, Diane Brown of St. Louis, MO, and Gerard Brown and his wife Pam of Holliston, MA; several nieces and nephews; and her dearly loved Tennessee family.


 


Visitation with the family will be Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 12:00noon until 1:00pm at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 1:00pm at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Father Joe Campion will officiate. Placement in the columbarium at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Newburgh will take place Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 9:00am.


 


Memorials may be made to the National MS Society, PO Box 4527, New York, NY 10163 in memory of Ms. Brown.

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Sorry for her passing God has gained back one of his many children. I was her patient for a few years and she has always been able to help me and lots of prayers to her family.

So sorry to hear about this today Nov 26th 2019. Ms. Janet Brown was such a blessing to my son she was his neurologist and friend. She was trully a sweet person with a heart of love and compassion for all those she came in contact with. I was saddened as I just found out but as I got to thinking she 's gonna have Thanksgiving in the heavenly realms and what a feast that will be. Many prayers and condolences for your family during this time of loss.
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Turner Family

I wanted to drop you all a note and tell you that I was so sorry to learn of Janet's passing. (I just learned today.) Janet has been my neurologist since I moved to Murfreesboro in 2012. She always listened to me and encouraged me. She also helped talk me into trying a new medication that was a real life changer for me. She made a big difference in a lot of folks' lives. I am sure you already know that but I wanted to tell you another time.

Again, I am so sorry for your loss.

Janet was a WONDERFUL Nurse and a patient advocate. I was her patient for several years ,and she always addressed my concerns. She helped me deal with my migraines. I will surely miss her contagious smile and how much she cared for her patients. I remember how much time she spent with me when my father passed and I was arguing with my siblings over getting some of my dads ashes. She took the time to talk to me and help me work through my grief. No mater how busy she was she took her time...

Thank you for taking care of my mom Mrs. Johnnie C. Dillard you will be dearly missed. McKinley family. We found out today so sorry to hear....

I really appreciated your commitment to the best care for your patients. You will be missed.

Sorry to hear of this loss. She was my neuro at the clinic. She really cared about her patients and really listened.

Gerard, Pam and the entire Brown family,
Words can not express how heavy my heart is for you all. I wish that I could have known such an amazing woman. If she is anything like her brother, Gerard, you are all blessed to have had her for a sibling and a friend. May her memory sustain during this sad time and keep her close to your hearts. May she rest in peace and watch over all of you from her amazing new front row seat.

I am so sorry for your loss. JANET was my dr for ms for a few years. She was a great person and done her job well and cared deeply for her patients. Will be missed.