Judith (Lima) Brown, 69, Tiverton

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Judith (Lima) Brown, 69, a native of Fogland Beach, Tiverton, passed away unexpectedly from a brief illness September 20th at RI Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Frank Brown, Jr. and had resided in Bristol for 46 years. She was the daughter of the late Anthony G. and Angela (Gasior) Lima.

Judith worked for the Bristol-Warren School Department until her retirement. She was a communicant of St. Elizabeth Church, a member of the Holy Rosary Sodality and was a member of Bristol Red Hats. She is remembered as a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed gardening and knitting.

She is survived by her daughter Susan A. Brown, son Robert A. Brown, grandchildren Robert, Diana and Charlotte, sister Angela de Medeiros and brothers Anthony Lima and Philip Lima of Tiverton.

Funeral services were held September 24th from the George Lima Funeral Home with a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated by Fr. Richard Narciso at St. Elizabeth Church. Liturgical readings were by Lisa Morris and Danielle McDonald and the Prayer of the Faithful was read by Victor de Medeiros. The offertory gifts were presented by Diane Brown and Amy Micheletti. Burial followed in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Pallbearers were Victor de Medeiros, Christopher McDonald, Michael Micheletti, Jake de Medeiros, Walter Ferraz and Robert A. Brown Jr.  Serving as honorary pallbearers were the Holy Rosary Sodality of St. Elizabeth Church. Memorial donations may be made to:  Rogers Free Library PO Box 358 Bristol RI 02809.  www.limafh.com

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