Judith Elizabeth Brown Death, Obituary – Ms. Jacquelyn Elizabeth “Liz” Brown, age 60, formerly of Mullins and now residing in Columbia, passed away in a calm and serene manner on the evening of July 14, 2023, at the McLeod Hospice House in Florence. Liz was the daughter of the late Hamilton Dan Brown and the late Hazel Martin Brown. She was born on November 9, 1962 in Mullins, South Carolina.
Her parents both passed away before she was born. Liz was raised and received her education in the Mullins community throughout her childhood. She participated in the Goodwill Sunday School Class at the Mullins First Baptist Church, where she was a member of the church. She had relocated to Columbia, which was the starting point of her voyage. Liz worked as a Sales Associate by profession, but she also wore a variety of different hats across the city of Annapolis.
She donated her time to the Richland County Sheriff’s Department as a volunteer. Liz was an active participant in the activities of the ACOA Club in Columbia. She had a strong background in Karate and was considered a skilled martial artist. Painting and fishing were two of Liz’s favorite hobbies. She cherished her friends and neighbors just as much as she cherished her own family.
Ms. Brown is survived by her cherished son, Zach Brown, of Elgin; her siblings, Danny Brown and his wife Beth of Greenville, Tennessee, Sherrie Jordan and her husband Terry of Mullins, and Mike Brown and his wife Trisha of Mullins; a step-sister, Lea Ronald and her husband Mike of Napa, California; her step-mother, Carolyn Brown of Mullins; several cousins; and many close, precious friends she had made over the years.
In the Chapel of the Cox-Collins Funeral Home in Mullins, friends and well-wishers are cordially invited to pay their respects to the family on Monday morning, July 17, from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM. The funeral service for Ms. Brown will immediately follow, and it will take place in the Chapel of the funeral home at 10:30 AM on the following day. The Reverend Robbie Baxley will preside over the service. Cox-Collins Funeral Home will preside over the interment of Ms. Brown’s remains in the Cedardale Cemetery after the conclusion of the funeral.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Christian Life Center Fund of the Mullins First Baptist Church, which is located at PO Box 443 in Mullins, South Carolina 29574. On our website, you can sign a guestbook dedicated to Liz, and for those who are unable to attend, her funeral service will be livestreamed on the Cox-Collins page of our Facebook page.