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Sharon Brown Obituary, Affectionate Sharon Brown, Has Sadly Passed Away

Sharon Brown Obituary, Death – Mrs. Sharon Fowler Brown, who was fondly referred to as “Mother,” passed away on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at her home in Royston, Georgia, surrounded by her family. Her passing occurred on the 25th day of the year. She had reached the age of 78.

Sharon’s birthday is December 9th, and she was born in Royston, Georgia. She is the daughter of James Roy Fowler and Lillie Belle Daniel Fowler, both of whom passed away before her birth. Both of her parents had already passed away when she was still an unborn child. She had a long career in banking and had just recently resigned from Tri-County/Pinnacle Bank, where she had worked as a teller before taking early retirement. In addition, she had been employed as a receptionist at the Ty Cobb Museum and had previously had a flower shop called Forget Me Not Flower Shop.

Mother was a friendly and outgoing lady who much valued the possibilities to be of service to others and to participate actively in both her church and the wider society. Every week, she was a member of the Joy Circle, the Blanket Ministry, and the Fidelis Sunday School class at the Royston First United Methodist Church, which she attended regularly. She was a devoted Christian who put her faith in Christ. During her time as a member of both the Royston-Franklin Springs Pilot Club and the Pink Ladies Auxiliary at Ty Cobb Memorial Hospital and St. Mary’s Sacred Heart Hospital, Sharon held the position of president in both of those organizations.

She also served as president of the Pink Ladies Auxiliary at St. Mary’s Sacred Heart Hospital. She was very good at gardening and made sure that her yard was always clean thanks to all of the plants and flowers that she grew. One of Mother’s favorite activities was going shopping, and she would frequently spend hours on end traversing the store without making a single purchase. Her capacity to love her family unconditionally, particularly her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren, was the source of the greatest joy she had in her life. Both of her sisters, Dale Stephens and Evelyn Clark, as well as her husband of 54 years, Grady Harry Brown, passed away before she did.

Her death was also preceded by Grady Harry Brown. Her parents were both a part of the group of people who had passed away before she did. Her family members who are still living include her daughter, Robyn Moon, who currently resides in Royston; her son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Carrie Brown, who also currently reside in Royston; her grandchildren, Brady Moon and his fiancee, Kayley Roberson, Olivia and Kevin Harris, Rachel Brown and her fiancé, Charlie Turner, and Hayden Brown; her great-grandchildren, Posie and Grady Harris; and her sister and brother-in-law, Melba Anne and

Funeral services for Mrs. Brown will be held at the Royston First United Methodist Church on the afternoon of Saturday, January 28, 2023 at 2:00 p.m., with Rev. Matt Parker and Rev. Andy Huff serving as the presiding ministers. Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the interment will take place in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Royston. Friends and family are welcome to attend a visitation with the family at the Pruitt Funeral Home on Friday evening, beginning at 6:00 p.m. and running until 8:00 p.m. The visitation will begin at the funeral home. At all other times, there will be at least one member of the family present at the residence.

Flowers are not required but are welcome; in lieu of flowers, memorial gifts can be made to the Royston First United Methodist Church, which can be found at 137 Franklin Springs Street in Royston, Georgia. The address for the church is. The Pruitt Funeral Home, which can be found in Royston, Georgia, is the establishment that will be responsible for completing all of the essential arrangements.