Arabella Juliette Gregory - Brown
Brown Arabella Juliette Gregory - Age 82, of Flint, formerly of Minneapolis, MN, died Friday, July 18, 2003 at Fostrian Manor Nursing Home of Flushing, MI. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Ivy Beyond the Wall Ceremony will be 12 Noon Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 424 Kennelworth, Flint. Burial in Flint Memorial Park Cemetery. The family hour will be immediately following the Ivy Beyond the Wall Ceremony with funeral services beginning promptly at 1PM, Pastor Roy I. Greer officiating. Mrs. Brown was born in Benham, KY on May 25, 1921, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Alexander and Philena (Dogan) Gregory. She was raised and educated in West Virginia and spent most of her adult life in Minneapolis, MN. She graduated from Bluefield State College, Bluefield, WV with a BS degree in math. She received her Masters degree in Physics from Columbia University, New York. Mrs. Brown taught high school math and science in West Virginia and Minnesota Public Schools for over 45 years. Juliette Brown was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, West Bloomington Evangelistic Free Church, MEA, NEA, National Council of Math Teachers, Vice President of Minneapolis Council of Math Teachers. Arabella Juliette Gregory Brown is survived by: 2 brothers and sisters-in-law, Alexander and Katherine Gregory of Dayton, OH and Melvin and Anne Gregory; 1 sister, Edna Jane Gregory DeVaughn; 2 nephews, Larry Gregory of Chicago, IL and Rudolph DeVaughn of New York City; 7 nieces, Joyce Gregory of Dayton, OH, Roxanne Gratten of Cleveland, OH, Lenice Gregory of Minneapolis, MN, Philena DeVaugh of Waldorf, MD, Dr. Lori Gregory-Foster of Woodbridge, CT, Veda DeVaughn of Flint and Pamela DeVaughn Kelley of Rockford, IL; grand- nieces and nephews, Loren, Mark, Alexander, Mikaela, Victoria, Charles and Philena. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Robert Brown; and her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Alexander Gregory. The family wishes to express their sincerest appreciation to the staff of Fostorian Manor, the hospice staff of Heartland Health Care Center, Pastor Roy I. Greer and the entire Mt. Olive Church family.
Published on July 23, 2003
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