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☛ Jacqueline Brown passes away – 1-24-18


By Glory Ann Kurtz
Jan. 24, 2018

Jacqueline Ann “Jackie” Brown, 74 of Kissimmee passed away Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 at her residence with her loving family by her side.

Born in Magazine, Ark., the daughter of Jack Murphy Napier and Virginia Haller Napier. She moved to Kissimmee from Booneville, Ark. in 1983.

She was a rancher, homemaker and a member of Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church, Loughman, Fla. She and her husband Ham, were very active as they were members of the National Cutting Horse Association, Florida Cattleman’s Association, Texas Cattleman’s Association, Silver Spurs Rodeo, a founding member of Southland and Hope Christian Academy and supporters of World Wide Missions. She was a devout Christian and a beloved “Granny”.

My memories of Jackie were during the NCHA Futurity where Bob and I would find her and Ham sitting in the front row every year. We always enjoyed visiting with them. They usually came before the first go-round, sat through the whole event, and didn’t leave until the Finals were over.

Survivors include husband Ham Brown; two sons: Benny (Pam) Sanderson, Kissimmee; Matthew (Jamie) Sanderson, Stephenville, Texas; grandchildren: Jennifer Buckles, Whitney Davis, Caleb Sanderson, Samantha Thornbrugh, Matthew J, Sanderson, Kara Sanderson, and Gracie Bales as well as 17 great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Jan. 17, 2018 at Loch Haven Baptist Church, 14246 Boggy Creek Road, Orlando, FL. 32824 with the Reverend Jimmy Franks officiating.

Casketbearers were: Benny Sanderson, Matt Sanderson, Caleb Sanderson, Matthew J. Sanderson, Brandon Buckles, Ryan Thornbrugh, Andy Napier, Pug Harris and H.E. Brown.

Private family interment followed at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Kissimmee.

You can send your sympathies to Ham Brown at 2244 Cattle Dr., Kissimmee, FL 34746-4056 or call him at 407-719-0773.

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One Comment

  1. Ham, as you know we are saddened about Jackie, as each year we enjoyed visiting with ya, and as our anniversary`s together we are with you in our prayers , if you would want to visit call James Bridges at 985-229-5847

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