Eula Brown Mineral Wells, TX

Eula Brown

It is with great sadness that the family of Eula Jean Brown Eckert announces her passing after a long and happy life on April 10, 2019 at the age of 98 years. Services will be 10 AM Sunday, April 14, 2019 in the Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Chapel. Burial will follow at 3 PM on Sunday in Coahoma Cemetery in Coahoma, Texas. Visitation is Saturday from 6-8 PM at the funeral home. Eula will be lovingly remembered by her children, Wanda Williams of Concho, Az and Jean Lewis and her husband, Jeff Lewis of Mineral Wells, TX. She will be missed and remembered by her beloved grandchildren Carol Hooper of Mineral Wells, TX; David and Billie Blue of Mineral Wells; Amber and Steve Layman of Phoenix, AZ; Tamarah Reid of Carson City, NV; Ricky and Lindy McCain of Elk City, Oklahoma; and Gary Don and Nancy McCain of Odessa, TX. She was blessed with 19 great grandchildren and numerous great-great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; 5 brothers and 4 sisters; her husbands, Hosea Brown in 1981 and W.T. Eckert in 1992; her daughter, Betty Sue Fikes in 2001; her granddaughter, Kim McCain in 2018; her great-great grandson, Cody Duane Hooper in 2018. Eula Jean Parker was born on May 6, 1920 in Troup, TX and was a devout Christian who loved her Lord. She lived in Texas and New Mexico throughout her life. She met the love of her life, Hosea Brown, at the age of 16 and they were married for 45 years before he went to be with the Lord. She met the next love of her life, W.T. Eckert and they shared a beautiful 10 years together before he went to be with our Lord. She attended Immanuel Baptist Church in Mineral Wells and she was a member of the Silver Notes singing group. She loved to garden, sew, knit, crochet, and cook for her family. She also loved to watch the birds on her back porch and her favorite was the Cardinal. Most of all, she loved her family. She saw almost 100 years of change in her lifetime including 17 presidents, traveling in covered wagons, dirt floors, the modernization of the automobile, electricity in every home, telephones, numerous wars, the great depression, and the industrial revolution. She will be remembered for her laughter, her love, her indomitable spirit and spunk, and her beautiful smile.

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W Sean Bennett Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your loved one. We have missed seeing her in our neighborhood since she left. I think about her often when I see her old house across the street.
Patty Farrell Sorry to hear about your family member will be there tomorrow morning for the service
Barbara Knight It is with great sadness that I say farewell to a very dear lady but rejoice that she is now with our Lord. I will miss her bubbly spirit and spunky attitude. I felt blessed to call her my friend and my sister in Christ.