Nancy Ann Brown

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NANCY ANN BROWN (Reynolds) At age 81, passed away peacefully at her home in North Palm Beach, FL on March 23, 2011. She was a loving and dedicated mother to her son, Charles Ritchey Brown, Jr. of Jupiter Farms, FL and her daughter, Nancy Lee Hess of North Palm Beach, FL. Her grandchildren, Tracy Erin Rogers of Jupiter Farms, FL and Brian Ritchey Brown of Atlanta, GA, will have many happy memories of their "Gran ma-ma". Nancy Ann's loving brother, Burt Reynolds of Jupiter, FL, along with his son, Quinton will always cherish her devotion and caring ways. Nancy Ann enjoyed beautiful flowers, blown glass, hummingbirds and her time in the mountains of North Carolina. She brought a quiet, graceful presence to those around her and enjoyed special trips and outings with loving friends who will keep her in their memories forever. The family will hold a private tribute to her life at a later date. Donations to Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation would be a special gesture of kindness and remembrance. To express condolences and/or make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.com/obituaries
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Published by The Palm Beach Post from Apr. 2 to Apr. 9, 2011.
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Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Rudd
April 18, 2011
I had the pleasure of taking Nancy and my grandma Betty Moser shopping a few years ago. To watch the two of them arm and arm walking through the mall telling stories and laughing was so sweet to see. I will always think of Nancy as so sweet and happy. May all of the happy memories you have stay in your hearts forever.
kathy rosenkrance
April 6, 2011
Nancy Lee and Ritchey, I have such fond memories of our childhood and your Mothers warm smile. She was always so kind to all of us children. Summers when we would all go water skiing, turtle watching, and building bon fires. How your Mom and my Mom would pack up picnic lunches enough to feed an entire army. When I went to the prom and your Mom and my Mom had so much fun dressing me up. Then when my late husband Teddy and I went to a formal dinner they were both very busy making us look great. I am so grateful my Mom had such a great friend your Mom. They would talk on the phone for hours. They loved shopping, going out to lunch and book exchanges. They have been good friends for many, many years. Your Mom was such a wonderful and kind person whom loved her family very much. I am so sorry for your loss know my heart is with you both. Love, Pam Senecal
April 4, 2011
I was a member of the Once a Month Ladies Dinner Group and have missed Nancy recently and will greatly miss her in the future. She was such a sweet lady and it was such a pleasure to be in her company. May all the lovely memories you have of Nancy help to ease your grief and bring comfort.
Sara Price
April 2, 2011
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