Carol Brown

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Carol Wyndolyn Brown of Edmond, Oklahoma went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, July 16, 2017 in Edmond. She was born on August 5, 1939 in Sallisaw, Oklahoma the daughter of Marion and Elsie Miller and was a graduate of Central High School in Sallisaw. She married the love of her life Jerry Brown on June 14, 1958. They were blessed with many years of marriage just recently celebrating their 59th wedding anniversary. Carol served on the Board of Education as the Director of School Lunches, was a devoted home maker and helped Jerry manage the truck stop for many years. She was a faithful servant to The Lord playing the piano at both Emmanuel Southern Baptist and Fairview Baptist Church both of Edmond. She was dearly loved by all that knew her and was a beloved sister and aunt to her family. She was affectionately known by her family as “Murt”. She represented a Southern Lady in all aspects and was never without her lipstick and dressed for success. She had a vivacious laugh and a beautiful sense of humor and charm that touched those around her.

Survivors include her Husband, Jerry Brown, of the home, one sister, Charlotte Cope & husband Cliff of Yakima, WA, and numerous beloved nieces and nephews as well as many cherished great nieces and great nephews.

She was preceded in death by her son Paul Brown of Dallas, Texas, 2 brothers Glyndon Miller and CB Miller of Sallisaw, Oklahoma: 3 sisters, Ruby June Holt of Edmond, Oklahoma, Sybil Parsons of Sallisaw, Oklahoma and Betty Louise Thompson of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

A celebration of Carol’s life will be at 11:30 a.m. Friday July 21, 2017 at Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond. The family will greet friends at Matthews Funeral Home on Thursday from 6-8 p.m.


  1. Sweet Carol was our next door neighbor and dear friend. We will miss her sweet smile and kind heart. Jerry, she was a doll. We rejoice with you that she’s now with our Lord and Savior and we pray for you as you carry on here without her.

  2. I was 5 years younger than my sister Carol but we had a great time
    growing up on the farm in Sallisaw.Riding the school bus together, going
    to the roller skating rink. Mother made us awesome skating out fits and I must say we were very good at skating. We always had a garden on the farm, Carol
    could fry the best okra and make great ice tea. I really missed her afte she
    left after graduation from Central to work at the Oklahoma City Capital
    Building. Daddy raised strawberries and on occasions we would take
    Strawberries to sell to OK City, Carol would let her co workers know we were
    coming and the truck load would be sold.
    Had a lot of laughs together. ❤️❤️❤️❤️????

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