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Marcia Brown

Marcia Brown (Angell)

Monday, February 21st, 1944 - Saturday, June 8th, 2019
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Highgate Center - Marcia J. (Angell) Brown, 75, passed away on Saturday, June 8th 2019, at UVM Medical Center in Burlington. She was born on February 21, 1944, in Brattleboro daughter of the late Henry & Florence Angell.

Marcia loved her family unconditionally and loved making wonderful memories with them. She looked forward to vacationing in Maine, gardening and preserving the bounty, antiquing and camping.

Marcia leaves behind her loving husband Robert Allen Brown, her children and their spouses, Lisa Arnold wife to Howard Arnold, of Londonderry, NH, Julianne Gray wife to John Gray, Michele Girroir-Magoon wife to Tim Magoon all of St. Albans, her brother Raymond Adams, sister Christina Angell Robinson, grandchildren in order to children above, Daniel and Elizabeth Arnold Adam Gray, Joshua Quilliam, Leila Bair, Heather Jarvis and Tresca Gray, Andy Girroir, Liz Charbonneau, Francesca Veno, great grandchildren Olivia Quilliam, Jacob Gray, Abigail Bair, Aviana Gray, Audrey Jarvis, James Bair, Brantley Quilliam, Jack Jarvis, Landon Quilliam, Josiah Bair and Cameron Charbonneau, many nieces, nephews, cousins, several close friends and neighbors and her beloved deceased pets Ivory and Caieau.

She was also predeceased by her Father and Stepmother Henry and Ruth Angell, Mother Florence and brother Charles.

We would like to thank the nurses, doctors and staff at the Northwestern Medical Center and the UVM Medical Center for the outstanding care & comfort they provided during the few days our mother was there during this difficult time.

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Jane Stapels

Posted at 06:32pm
My condolences to all the family. I was friends with Michele in grade school and spent a lot of time at her house on Spring St. in Swanton and always felt welcomed by everybody. So very sorry for your loss. God Bless, Jane (Chevalier)Staples


Posted at 03:59pm
My heart aches for you at this time! Though I didn't know Marcia personally, she seems to have been a ray of sunshine to the lives all who knew her. Losing a loved one in death is unnatural and not at all what God intended for us. Please find comfort in the promise that God "will wipe every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore". (Rev 21:3-4) For now, she rests safely in His memory until "all those in the memorial tombs hear his [Jesus'] voice and come out" to a resurrection (John 5:28-29) in the same manner that Jesus raised up Lazarus however, this time it will be permanent for God's Word says, "the righteous will possess the earth and they will reside FOREVER upon it". (PS 37:29) Therefore, may the comfort we receive from "the God of all comfort" continue to be with you until Marcia is finally reunited with us again soon. (2 Cor 1:3-4)

Michele Magoon

Posted at 10:50am
Mom, I miss you soooo much. It has been a week since you left us but it seems like it's been an eternity! I am so lost without you, my life is not the same. When you died there was a part of me that died with you & I just don't know what to do without you. You were too young to leave this earth, to leave us behind. You were my rock, my soul... YOU WERE MY MOM! How do I go on without you, without seeing your face, your smile, your hug? Life just is isn't the same without you in it. I only hope you are happy up in heaven & that you have found grandma & grandpa Angell. Please tell them hi for me & that I love & miss them deeply too. Someday Mom, we will all be together again as we once were. Until then rest in peace, free of pain looking over the rest of us here as you always have & I will ALWAYS remember you with loving thoughts knowing that you will always be with me as you are a part of me! I LOVE YOU MOM.....

Ann Boyd Posted at 11:43am

Marcia was one of the most caring people I have ever known. My folks, Lewis and Jeannette Levasseur, thought the world of her and enjoyed visiting her and her family in Swanton. Marcia was one of few friends who continued to visit Mom in her early battle with Alzheimers, as I've read, she loved unconditionally. I personally experienced her love and support during a crisis in my life and will be forever grateful. My condolences to her family and friends, may you find peace. I will be praying. Ann Boyd, West Brattleboro raised 🙏

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