Betty was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, Tx. being the 5th child out of ten siblings. She eventually
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uprooted herself from her hometown to become a resident of Dallas, Tx until her death. She employed
herself as a domestic worker for many years until she retired. She became Sis Betty Brown when she
became a faithful member at Full Gospel Faith Assembly for 45 years being a servant for the Lord on the
Usher Board, Cleaning Crew, and helping wherever she was needed. She always departed the service
with her encouraging words “I Love Everybody”. Witnessing was her life, no matter where she went
somebody was going to be told about the Lord and to get saved. Her favorite words are going to be
dearly missed as she makes the phone call starting the conversation with “How you percolating over
there”. She has taken her wings and flown away just to be remembered forever and always. We love
you Aunt Betty.
Betty Faye Brown was born to the late Jessie (Jerry) Brown and Sylvestia (Tappie) Brown. She
was preceded in death by her brother Jessie L. Brown, four sisters, Geraldine Ellis, Pauline Craddock, and
Odessa Harris. She was a member of Full Gospel Faith Assembly in Dallas, Texas for 45 years until
her health began to decline.
She leaves to cherish her memories; Alma Clemons, Leverta Brown, Birtha Craddock, Helen Strong all of
Mt. Pleasant, Tx. Her special niece, Regina Harris and daughters of Garland, TX. She also has a host of
other nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends.