In Honor and Remembrance of Glynis Brownby Representative Marc A. Veasey
Posted on 2013-03-11
in the house of representatives
Monday, March 11, 2013
Mr. VEASEY. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in honor and remembrance of
Glynis Brown, a kind woman who was devoted to her family, church and
friends. She had a warm and kind spirit, a passion for the helping
others and serving her Church.
Sister Brown was a long time resident of Fort Worth. She matriculated through the Fort Worth Independent School District and graduated from Eastern Hills High School. She [[Page E263]] worked as a secretary for Fort Worth ISD and married her friend in Christ, Mr. Douglas E. Brown. In 1993, she became the First Lady of Great Commission Baptist Church where she became known as the life and heartbeat of Pastor Brown.
Sister Brown was very active in her Church; she began the Sisters In Effect Ministry for youth ages 13 through 18 and performed pre-marital counseling. She touched many lives and warmed the hearts of the worshippers.
Mr. Speaker and colleagues, please join me in honor and remembrance of Glynis Brown, whose warm and kind heart touched many lives. I offer my condolences and deepest sympathy to her husband, my pastor the Reverend Dr. Douglas E. Brown; to her daughters, Phairen Yaites and Kaitlyn Brown; to her extended family members; and to her Great Commission Baptist Church family and many friends. May her soul rest in peace.