Kay B. Brown Death, Obituary – On June 29, 2023, Kay B. Brown, who had lived in Flagstaff for the entirety of her life and had been battling disease for a substantial amount of that time, passed away after a long and courageous battle. Her parents, Lloyd and Phyllis Anderson, were the ones who brought her to term and gave birth to her.
Her date of birth was April 14, 1942, and the location of her birth was Osseo, in the state of Wisconsin. Phyllis Lloyd Anderson was the name given to her at birth. After completing her studies at NAU and earning her Bachelor of Arts degree, Kay was able to find work there as an Art Assistant.
She has been quite successful in this role. Kay has been a staunch advocate for mental health activism for a very long time, and she was a driving force behind the formation of the Flagstaff chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
In addition to being a gifted artist, she was a dedicated mother, grandmother, sister, wife, sister, and friend. She also had a large family. Her mother, grandmother, sister, and sister all lived in the same house with her. In addition to that, she was the matriarch of a huge family.
Her favorite pastimes included engaging in risky activities, going to zoos, and drinking excellent coffee. Because of her absence, we are going to have a really difficult time. We are in for a lot of trouble. The only living members of Kay’s family are Chloe, who is Kay’s granddaughter, Kay’s other two sisters, Jane Wallace and Dawn Nolan, and Kay herself.
Only Kay, another member of her family, was able to witness her passing before she herself did. The only grandchild that Kay has left who is still alive is a girl named Chloe. Before she did, both of her parents and her brother, David Anderson, had already left this world. She was the last member of her immediate family to pass away.