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Florann Margaret (Fleming) Brown

Posted 2020-11-15 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News Herald on Nov. 15, 2020 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Florann (Fran) Margaret Brown, 85, loving wife and mother, went to be
with the Lord on October 23, 2020. She was born on October 20, 1935 in
St. Louis, MO to Leo and Rose Fleming; she was one of seven children.
She married her loving husband; Wayne Carter Brown in September of
1952 and raised four children in Missouri.

Fran embraced the real estate industry in 1973 as she became a Real
Estate Broker and worked with interest and concern for her community.
Her successful career as a Real Estate Broker moved the family to St.
Charles, MO where Wayne and Fran opened one of the first Century 21
Real Estate Brokerage's. Her career continued to California where
Wayne and Fran resided in Sun City, CA.

Fran was an Auxiliary member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #4299.
She loved people. She was a giving and loving person; her beautiful
spirit touched everyone that she met. She loved to fish, cook, enjoyed
music, dancing and loved to read books.

She will be remembered by her beautiful smile; sparkling blue eyes;
contagious laugh; her gentle and giving soul. She will be greatly
missed by many!

Fran is survived by her daughter's; Teri Flores; Cathy Leard; Donna
Cartier; Grandchildren; James Sesmas; Julie Sesmas; Sisters; Mary
Reifsteck and Sandy Averbeck. She is preceded in death by her Parents;
Leo and Rose Fleming; Husband; Wayne Carter Brown; and Son; Michael
Wayne Brown.

A celebration of life will be forthcoming in details to family and
friends upon confirmation of the specific location and time. Donations
can be made to Hospice of Havasu. Thank You.

Thoughts and condolences may be sent to Florann's family at
www.mohavememorial.com. Arrangements were placed in the care of Mohave
Memorial Lake Havasu Mortuary.





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