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Becky Brown

Becky Ann Brown

Tuesday, October 28th, 1941 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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Obituary

Becky Ann Brown “Hector” passed away on April 6th at the age of 78. She was born in Hailey, Idaho to Bill and Aileen Brooks and was the oldest of six siblings. From a young age she was always a high energy person who could take charge and organize the family. Growing up she was “The Boss” of her younger siblings while her parents spent evenings running the Liberty Theater. After attending Mary’s Academy of Cosmetology in Provo Utah, she worked at Marinello Hair Styling, a salon that had been founded by her grandmother Winnie Brooks. She and her sister eventually took over the salon and ran the business successfully from 1972 until she retired.
On January 29, 1966 she married the love of her life, Francis Brown and they made their home in Gannett. Together they enjoyed camping, boating and taking the family water skiing. She was always close to her parents and would often join them to work on their gold claims and spent winters in Yuma, AZ with them.
As her health declined, she expressed gratitude and appreciation for the all the support she received from her family, the Senior Center, Hospice Care of the Wood River Valley, Dr. Fairman and Dr. Lindholm. She was a generous spirit and will be greatly missed.
She is survived by Rick Brown (stepson); Betty Brooks (sister) and her husband, Ron Foster; Mary Schramm (sister) and her husband, Jim Schramm; Alan (brother) and Mona (sister-in-law) Brooks; Bill Brooks Jr. (brother). Nieces and nephews: Laura Camplin, John Pascoe, David Brooks, Bonnie Faye Brooks, Jack Brooks, Jr., Seth Brooks, Jenny Fairchild, Tammie Arnaiz, Milt Brooks, Bill Brooks the 3rd , Mary Moody, Sheri Sass and many grand nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by: Francis Brown (husband), Winnie Brooks (grandmother), Bill and Aileen Brooks (parents), Jack Brooks (brother) and Bonnie Brooks (sister-in-law)
A memorial service will be planned at a later date when we can safely gather to celebrate her life.
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    Location
    Hailey Cemetery
    Address
    541 E. Fox Acres Road
    HAILEY, ID 83333
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Mike Conway (2nd Cousin)

Posted at 04:19pm
My Condolences to the Brown family and the Brooks family
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Brown

Posted at 02:26pm
“Hi Hector”. “Hello John John”. This was the way conversations with Becky always started. As a kid growing up Becky always called me John John. One day at Marinello’s, a friend heard Becky call me the nickname and he thought it was hilarious. So, as it happens at that age, it was soon used by several kids at school. In an effort to swing the tide back I asked Becky to just use “John”. Aunt Becky made the change being the kind person she was. Thinking about it now I probably assumed that was a nickname for an elementary age kid and not someone older going through junior high. Fast forward past high school, somewhere in the college years we started back up the same greeting. I would see Becky or call her up and say “Hello Hector, it is your nephew, John John”. It was such a gift to see Becky at the “shop” (Marinello’s) where I got to see her most every day of the week since we lived downstairs. She was a great source for discovering our family history going all the way back to the early 1900’s. I also remember the gatherings at her Gannett house with all the extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins. The food was great and the time spent there went fast. I recall some good water fights around the house in the summer time. There you would see her favorite dog, whiskers and husband Francis...where his nickname was “sh*tty man” which always made me laugh and still does. Becky was a wonderful aunt to me and will be missed. Her spirit is now free to be with her parents, Whiskers, Francis and all the close people she loves. She is also with us, just in different form within our memories and hearts.

Hello Hector, this is John John. I am glad you are with God!
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Debbie

Posted at 12:45am
So so sorry! This breaks my heart. Love Becky so much! I know she is in Heaven and it is a brighter place. Miss you Becky. I will always hold you in my heart. See you again one day!!!!


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Lori

Posted at 08:03pm
Dearest Becky,


We will miss so many things about you. The family history you shared with us at holiday dinners, the gifts you handed down with the stories of who in the family owned them, the hugs and your distinctive laugh. Thank
you for always sharing your best with us. To quote Grandma, ‘We love you dearly and know your guardian angel is with you.”


Love,


Lori, Eric & Shay
LS

Lori, Eric and Shay

Posted at 07:59pm
If I Should Go Tomorrow

Author Unknown

If I should go tomorrow


It would never be goodbye,


For I have left my heart with you,


So don’t you ever cry.


The love that’s deep within me,


Shall reach you from the stars,


You’ll feel it from the heavens,


And it will heal the scars.

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