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Gennia L (Evans) Brown
December 8, 1948 ~ January 15, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Gennia Was born in Mt.Pleasant, Tx to the parentage of Van Evans Jr. and Iola Hayes Evans on December 8th, 1948.
She attended Booker T. Washington High School and later in life joined Shady Grove Baptist Church where she attended for many years.
Gennia L. Brown, a woman marked by her remarkable character and kindness. Throughout her life, she exemplified unwavering faith and integrity. Gennia dedicated herself to the goal of owning and creating a loving home for her three children, navigating challenges with unwavering resilience. As a hardworking woman, she not only achieved success but excelled in her passion for nursing.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her grandparents; Van Evans Sr. and Mary Hamilton Evans, Alfred Hayes and Belle Williams Hayes, two sisters; Mary Lou Grant and Bonnie Jean Boyd, two brothers; Jerry Carl Evans and Johnny Bernard Evans and one granddaughter; KiAnna Williams.
She leaves to cherish a sister; Florine Williams, two brothers; Vernis Alvin Evans, Arthur Lee Evans, two daughters; Bregenia L. Williams, Galanda R. Williams and one son; Randy G. Williams, grandchildren; Sequoyah Houff, Micah Williams, Khari Williams, great grandchildren; Josiah Houff, Hannah Houff, Rafaella Williams, Za’Khariah Williams, Royal Williams, Khash Williams, Khyran Williams and a host of nieces and nephews.
Let's celebrate the life she lived, remembering the impact she had on those around her. Her memory will be cherished, and her legacy of compassion and strength will continue to inspire us.