Sarah Brown

Obituary of Sarah Brown

Sarah's Earthly life began October 25, 1996. She was called by Heavenly God on July 9, 2023.
Sarah was a precious treasure and a blessing created from God.
Light. Beauty. Love. Smile. Laughter. Gentle. Kind. Humble. Smart. Creative. Curious. Adventurous. Sarah was survived by her parents, Chris and Belinda Brown; brother, Jeffrey Brown; Grandparents, Robert and Jean Brown; and many special Aunts, Uncles and cousins.
Preceded in death by grandparents, Bill and Pat Floyd; Uncle, Blake Floyd.
Sarah was infinitely loved, adored and admired. She possessed endless skills. She had such a humble spirit. Sarah radiated joy and kindness with a giving heart. She was always a lover of reading, art and writing from her very early years. She was an amazing watercolor artist and photographer.  She was a natural with sports including swimming and soccer. She was sparked by music, comedians, nature, travel and learning new skills. No one could make Sarah laugh as hard as her brother, Jeffrey.  Sarah loved her immediate family and her very large extended family, as well as her many friends. She was dedicated and loyal to her work colleagues with an admirable work ethic. Her intelligence and natural abilities shined.
Sarah loved all animals and cared for many animals throughout her life.
Her inner and outer beauty and radiant smile will always be imprinted in our hearts and minds. She touched and made such a difference to countless others in her lifetime. Sarah, missing you does not begin to describe this void. Rest now in eternal peace wrapped in HIS loving, protective arms.


The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions be made to the UCF Foundation for the establishment of an endowed scholarship called the “Sarah Brown Shining Star Scholarship”. The scholarship will allow visual arts students to receive financial support as they pursue their dreams of becoming a graphic designer.

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