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Elizabeth Ann Brown

October 21, 1958 ~ June 11, 2023

Elizabeth Ann Brown, 64, of Sulphur, passed away Sunday morning, June 11, 2023, surrounded by her loving family. Elizabeth had a gypsy soul and loved to travel and experience new things. Her passion was her gardening and helping things grow and flourish. She loved her family and friends and made the world around her a more beautiful place.

Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Frank Brown; sons, Michael Brown Diaz, Joseph Brown; daughters, Sarah Lyons, Annah Brown; 3 sisters, Carolyn Diaz, Carmen Diaz, Mary Jo Diaz; grandsons, Jagger Diaz, Deziel Diaz nephew, Michael Alverson; and niece, Reagan Diaz Sadler. 

Elizabeth is preceded in death by her son, Adonijah Brown; parents, Joe Diaz, and Vivian and Marvin Cichowski; brother Joey Diaz. 

A Funeral service for Elizabeth will be held at 1 P.M. on Thursday, June 15, 2023, at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. The family will receive guests from 11 AM until time of service on Thursday. Burial will follow at Mimosa Pines Cemetery in Carlyss under the care of Johnson and Robison Funeral Home.  

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  1. I love you always and forever. You allowed me to heal in your grace a grace that I had never know. You brought me back to God. A beautiful rose never forgotten.

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Heaven gained another Angel. My heart is broken 💔. You have been my best friend since age 13. I Love you RIP

  3. Sorry for your loss. She was the best friend I ever had. Even now we cannot drift apart. She will always have a special place in my heart. She was the sister I never had. She will be missed very much and loved always. Love, Samia

  4. Sorry for your loss. She was the best friend I ever had. Even now we cannot drift apart. She will always have a special place in my heart. She was the sister I never had. She will be missed very much and loved always. Love, Samia

  5. She befriended me in the neighborhood. She also knew my mom as a fellow gardener. One of a kind. Learned a lot becoming friends with her. I'll miss her comments. Fly High!!

  6. Miss Liz was a big part of my childhood at the Amazing Grace church in Sulphur La.
    Her kindness, teaching about faith and shared meals meant so much to me as a child and I was always enchanted by her beautiful vegetable garden and lush flowers around the church.
    Our family is so sorry for this loss and I will miss her so much.

  7. Liz, 
    You will be deeply missed, you were beautiful inside and out. Fly high beautiful angel! We will continue to love you each and every day ❤️

    XOXO: Liz, Jagger and Deziel

  8. Frank & Sarah, it was with a heavy heart that we heard of your loss. We have special memories of being with Liz & your family, talking of the Lord, roses, gardening, etc.. She will be greatly missed! Love & Prayers

  9. Good bye Ann. You were a special friend bringing such beauty into my garden and heart. You were so generous, kind and supportive during our time together. Your giggle and zest for life lit up a room. I wish I were in LA to say good bye and celebrate your life. You have no idea just how many people loved and will miss you. Much love on your journey! Carmen

  10. Sarah and family, my deepest sympathy, Liz was a beautiful person, met her forty years a ago when she was a little girl, my prayers go out to Sarah and her children. Sincerely mary lois harst


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