ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Amelia Brown 65 years old , born on September 20, 1945 and passed away on May 31, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by W. Donald Wright on September 20, 2018
Happy Birthday Ms. Amelia. . . Still missing you. . .
Posted by W. Donald Wright on May 31, 2017
Happy Birthday, Amelia Lopez Brown. Its been 6 years since you went home to be with the Lord and we still miss you and think about you because of how you lived your life. I consider it a pleasure and an honor to have known you and had the opportunity to work with you for over five years.
Posted by Carolyn Nixon-Pryor on September 20, 2016
Wow, it's been 5 years since you left me. I was like another daughter here to you. We shared much laughter, many tears, supported one another, sang together, worshipped together and more. I miss your early morning singing. We have never found anyone to take your place. Your dedication will never be forgotten. Love and miss you Amelia.
Posted by Sharon Maynard on September 20, 2016
Happy birthday to you mom. It's sad to think that you're not here to celebrate with us. All of your kids and grandkids we misses you so much. We rejoice because you're in a better place.
Posted by W. Donald Wright on September 20, 2015
Happy 70th Birthday to you Ms. Amelia. . . Thank you for the time you shared with us at Love of Life and Dignity and the many challenges we faced, and conquered together. Arnette and I truly miss, and think about you often. I do not have to say "be blessed" , because NOW, you are truly blessed. . .
Posted by Pastor Nathaniel Robinson on September 20, 2015
Pastor Nathaniel & Deborah Robinson, entire congregation of the Restoration Outreach Ministries love you dearly. We thank God for the memories we shared with you the Praise and Worship, the laughter, the fellowship, and just loving you for who you are. Your smile will always be in our hearts. Thank you.
Posted by Carolyn Nixon on September 23, 2014
I want you to know Amelia that I miss you so much at the House of Love Assisted Living. The home has not been the same since you've left. Thanks for being that second mother to me. You were and awesome soul. I know that you are singing praises to the Lord right now.
Posted by Sharon Maynard on September 20, 2014
Today my mom would have been 69 years old . She's so missed by all of us. Wishing you a happy birthday. May you and the angels rejoice, because I know that you are in the best company of all he will keep you safe. We miss you.
Posted by Sharon Maynard on September 20, 2014
Today my mom would have been 69 years old . She's so missed by all of us. Wishing you a happy birthday. May you and the angels rejoice, because I know that you are in the best company of all he will keep you safe. We miss you.
Posted by Carolyn Nixon-Pryor on June 5, 2013
I didn't realize it's been 2 years since my other mother Amelia left us. I do know that I can still hear her singing and praising God all throughout the day. Her beautiful voice never left me. I talk and think about her so often that I forget she's gone. I pulled out Christmas photos from the House of Love from 7 or 8 years ago and there she was -- serving. I really do miss you.
Posted by Sheila Adams on June 4, 2013
It does not seem like it's been two years. But I know that you are up there singing in heaven with that beautiful voice that we miss so much! We will never forget your spirit and your willingness to help others! You are truly missed!
Restoration Outreach Min.
Posted by Carolyn Nixon-Pryor on September 24, 2012
Loved and missing Mother Amelia. I think about her so often and have not been able to get myself to go around to the house where she served. Things will never be the same with the House of Love II, she served to the best and made sure things were taken care of, clients were cared and most of all loved. She's floating and watching over all of us now.
Posted by Sharon Maynard on September 20, 2012
Today would have been my mom's 67 birthday.
I know she's celebrating and rejoicing in the company
Of our creator.
All thought we miss her so much, we know that she's at peace.
Posted by Barbara Gordom on September 20, 2012
Amelia will always be remembered by her family and friends who will forever love her.
Posted by Barbara Gordom on September 20, 2011
She is enjoying her reward sitting at the side of Jesus. Hallelujah!
Posted by Meylin Karelis Martinez B... on September 9, 2011
hoy que llegamos al mes de septiembre aunque no estes conmigo quiero decirte que te extraño mucho cuando me acuesto en la cama de mi mama cuando me quedo sola en la sala miro el sillon que siempre te sentaba no estaba preparada para tu partida pero quiero que sepas que te amo .
Posted by Cecilia Fagette on June 16, 2011
Amelia, we grew up like a sister and was very close neighbors, God has been there for you and he knows your pain, now he has you at his side to comfort you, my deepest symphythy to all your family especially to your kids that I knew before they were
Posted by Keith & Cindy Hamilton on June 7, 2011
We will always remeber your words of wisdom and your wit. Give me a pentalcostal break. I remember how I met you at Ft.Clayton 1996 and how you talked about your neghbors buitiful daughter. You are in our hearts.
Until our time alsta lor ego.
Posted by Jennipher Nieves on June 7, 2011
Meeting Ms. Brown for a little of 30 minutes was such a beautiful pleasure. In our conversation I saw such a beutiful women who was looking at life with such pasion and faith, and despite her illness she had a bundle of faith that made me admire her
Posted by Daisy Banks on June 7, 2011
Sharon, I never met your Mom, but I met you. I thank God for your Mom having you. We've known eachother since 1989 and you've been an excellent friend, and no matter how far we are the pain is real. May God keep her by his side, she loves you and she
Posted by Shanetra Harrison on June 7, 2011
I only knew sister Amelia for a short time but her kindness has touched me and my family. She didn't know me long but she accepted me and loved my son. Her presence will surely be missed
Posted by Keith & Cindy Hamilton on June 7, 2011
Mama Brown will always live in my mind and my heart, I miss her,and a get sad but, when I think that she have no more pain of any kind it bring me so much joy to know that she is in a place where it is no more, no more trouble of ANY KIND, praises t
Posted by Pastor Nathaniel Robinson on June 6, 2011
The scripture reading Revelation 21:4 and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall their be any more pain for the former things are passed away.
Posted by Pastor Nathaniel Robinson on June 6, 2011
When I read this scripture Ameila I think of you and all that you were believing God for, and now your citizenship is in heaven, your spirit will always be in my heart, you was a faithful member at Restoration Outreach an played an important role in
Posted by Pastor Nathaniel Robinson on June 6, 2011
and how you would open up service with a song. Amelia you may be gone in the natural but the memories will live on in all of our hearts, my prayers are with your family of Ameila, and we will always be in contact.
Posted by Lionel Forte on June 6, 2011
LIONEL FORTE 6th June 2011
She was the best Mother all so Grandmother we cod ever have, and i will never ever forgether,in name of your grands. WE LOVE YOU FOREVER MOM...
Posted by Lionel Forte on June 6, 2011
ELLA FUE LA MEJOR MADRE Y ABUELA QUE PUDIMOS TENER, Y NUNCA,NUNCA TE VAMOS A OLVIDAR, EN NOMBRE DE TUS NIETOS. TE AMAMOS POR SIEMPRE MAMI...
Posted by W. Donald Wright on June 5, 2011
1 0f 2 - Amelia Lopez Brown, GOD brought you into our lives at a time when we really needed someone to "fill the gap" and sincerely take care of the clients in our assisted Living facility (Love of Life & Dignity). Amelia you were that person, who s
Posted by W. Donald Wright on June 5, 2011
2 0f 2 - sincerely took care of all the clients that came to our doors in need of tender loving care. . .Amelia, God created you to "Help Others" and God was very proud of you and so were we. . This "tribute" space is just not enough space for us to
Posted by Jane Riley on June 5, 2011
I took a glimpse into Glory and saw all this beauty waiting for me. A beauty so awesome it was more than the natural eye could believe. So I reached my hand towards heaven as the angel gently took hold, then I looked back knowing I would miss you all
Posted by Sharon Maynard on June 5, 2011
My Mom spent the final years of her life caring for others; she never put herself before others. She would often go out of her way to reach those who were in need. I knew I could come to her no matter what the reason or circumstance. I will miss her.
Posted by Sharon Maynard on June 5, 2011
Mi mamá pasó los últimos años de su vida cuidando de los demás, ella nunca se puso ante los demás. A menudo salía de su camino para llegar a aquellos que estaban en necesidad. Sabía que podía contar con ella sin importar cuál era la razón.
Posted by Barbara Gordom on June 5, 2011
Sharon, this loss is beyond words. Please know I am here for you morning, noon, and night. If there was a way to take away the pain, I would truly do anything to take it away. I am just so sorry. I love you.

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Posted by W. Donald Wright on September 20, 2018
Happy Birthday Ms. Amelia. . . Still missing you. . .
Posted by W. Donald Wright on May 31, 2017
Happy Birthday, Amelia Lopez Brown. Its been 6 years since you went home to be with the Lord and we still miss you and think about you because of how you lived your life. I consider it a pleasure and an honor to have known you and had the opportunity to work with you for over five years.
Posted by Carolyn Nixon-Pryor on September 20, 2016
Wow, it's been 5 years since you left me. I was like another daughter here to you. We shared much laughter, many tears, supported one another, sang together, worshipped together and more. I miss your early morning singing. We have never found anyone to take your place. Your dedication will never be forgotten. Love and miss you Amelia.
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Que privilegio de conocerla

Shared by Keith & Cindy Hamilton on June 7, 2011

 Mi esposo y yo la llamavamos siempre " hermana Amelia y mama Brown " cualquiera de las dos la deciamos con mucho amor ya que ella era las dos cosas para nosotros. 

Segun mama Brown y mi mama, Linda, me cuentan que ella me llego a cargar cuando yo era una bebe, luego me vio crecer mi mama y mama Brown trabajaron juntas en dos ocaciones diferentes luego ella  trabajo con mi para en AAFES for muchos anos  luego viviamos en la misma barriada y nos congregavamos en la misma iglesia Tabernaculo de la Fe y luego antes de yo casarme a mi esposo se la habian asignado como interprete cuando el fue por primera vez a Panama y por medio de ella mi esposo y yo nos conocimos mas a fondo y ella, mama Brown fue la mensajera y consejera luego de casados nos mudamos a Virginia y un ano despues nos volvemos a encontrar...por que cuento todo esto...por que ella siempre estuvo a mi alrededor y nosotros de ella... Su risa, su amor, su amistad, sus abrazos, su Bello rostro, sus testimosnios, sus oraciones, sus consejos, su Fe increible, su generosidad, su amor a su progino, su ARRRRDUO trabajo y muchas otras cualidades que waoo, fueron tantas... Nosotros vamos a extranar todo lo que ella represento en nuestras vidas y se que nosotros tambien le dimos mucha alegria y orgullo por que la queriamos y respetamos siempre como una Madre y ella estaba muy contenta y agradecida y siempre no los decia.

GRACIAS, le doy a Mi Dios por habernos puesto una hermosa persona como ella en este mundo, siempre dadivosa para con todos.  Yo siempre le decia que ella pensaba como una persona joven llena de entuciasmo y con una vision y con suenos inmensos definitivamente que Dios estaba con ella.

Su cuerpo se fue deteriorando como cada uno de nuestros cuepos se va desgastando diariamente por el uso de la misma pero ahora mismo su cuerpo no le duele ni le falta nada ya ella lo tiene todo, GLORIA a DIOS por una plan mejor, aunque la voy a extranar siempre mi unico consuelo es que ella esta Super bien donde esta y que luego nos veremos...

Hoy Honro a mi hermana con la mejor hornra que se le puede dar a una bella persona que corrio su carrera y se GRADUO con HONORES, en Cristo Jesus.....

Todos mis hermanos y mi bella madre, una de sus mejores amigas, la amamos mucho y la seguiremos amando en nuestros en nuestros corazones....

Roberta Hood

Shared by Roberta Hood on June 6, 2011

May angels of Love surround you in the Heavens. I will always remember your Smile and kindness and as my daughter said, you always called me Ms. Hood although we were the same age. Amelia loved her work caring and assisting others. You will be deeply missed.  

God Bless your Family

Carolyn Nixon-Pryor's  Mother

 

 

Shared by Carolyn Nixon-Pryor on June 6, 2011

Wow, still in awe and a daze to know that you're gone away from here.  This morning, I cry because you will be greatly missed.  The night I heard you went to join the Lord, I had just found a picture of you in some old papers and I sat it on the night stand.  I said I'm going to mail this to Amelia in Panama and not 5 minutes later my son handed me the phone as I received the news that you flew away.  I immediately went into a state of shock and have been in one every since.  But, this morning, I see your shinning face with that smile, rejoicing and singing in heaven.  You always sang unto the Lord, you always sent encouraging prayers and words to me and my three children.  I remember the times we would go to church, shopping, take the clients to the doctors, and all I could do was think of the sacrificial giving that you gave to those clients.  You really did care and that's what made you stand out above the rest.  I've laughed at you and I as we would go back and forth and how you would call and ask me the lingo of the new language spoken here by the teenagers. I thank God for your life as you respectfully called me Mrs. Pryor, although I was young enough to be your daughter.  I loved the times we would fuss with one another because we would both give so much to others and think about ourselves less.  Wow, some may have not understood you completely, but I did.  I knew what was inside your heart "Simply to please God while serving others."  I could go on and on and on, but I leave with this.  You taught me to praise God THROUGH IT ALL - EVEN AT THE END.  I love you for that.