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Obituary for Dorothy Epps Brown
Dorothy Epps Brown October 2, 1918 – September 24, 2020
Dorothy Epps Brown, 101, is at peace and with her Lord and Savior. She was born in Glascow, Montana on October 3, 1918 to the late Robert Walter and Cora Kice Epps. She attended Central High School in Kansas City, Missouri and graduated in 1935, she also attended the University of Washington and the University of Kansas where she obtained a B.S. Degree in Education. Dorothy’s career was devoted to being a loving wife and mother making sure her children received their college degrees. Her five grandsons held a special place in her hear and she devoted much of her time to loving and guiding them. She leaves behind a tremendous legacy of faith, family, and faithfulness. In her final years she was bedridden and unable to walk, so we celebrate that she is pain-free and walking with her Savior at “home” in heaven. She is preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband, James Fulton Brown, Sr. and her parents, Robert Walter and Cora Kice Epps, and brother, John Arnol Epps. Dorothy is survived by her daughter, Janet Kathryn Robbins (Donald Lee Robbins), son, James Fulton Brown, Jr., (Suzanne Riley Brown), and grandsons, Scott Andrew Robbins (Devona Snider Robbins), Christopher Leigh Robbins, Kevin Daryl Robbins (Lynn Rogers Robbins), James Riley Brown (Amanda Hunter Brown), and Matthew Patrick Brown (Paula Barkley Brown). Also, a host of great-grandsons, great-granddaughters, nephews and nieces.