Graveside services for Carolyn Sue Brown will be held on 2:00 PM Saturday, January 15th, 2022, at the Ft. Towson Cemetery with Pastor Dave Goff officiating.
Carolyn Sue Miller-Brown, known as Susie Brown, age 77, passed away peacefully on January 12, 2022, at Carrus Hospital in Sherman, TX. She was born May 2, 1944, in South Gate, California to Henry Carroll Willis and Anna Myrtle Hesselbein. She married Odis Carlton Miller on November 7, 1961, in Riverside, California and had three children, Odie, Jay, and Dawn, who were the most important part of her life. She has been a proud resident of Fort Towson, OK since 1973.
Susie worked as a plywood grader at Weyerhaeuser for 11 years until she retired. After retirement, she enjoyed many activities such as sewing, crocheting, hunting, fishing, yard work, cleaning houses, cooking, baking, anything that kept her active, but most of all she enjoyed spending time with her grandkids. She was a member of the Assembly of God church in Rattan and had such a kind and caring heart of compassion who donated to many charities.
Susie is preceded in death by husbands, Odis Carlton Miller and LM Brown; son, Odie Miller; brothers, Buddy, Leon, and Dean Willis; and sisters, Dorothy (Dottie) Trammel and Delores (Dee) Bell. She is survived by her children, Jay and Debbie Miller of Valliant, OK; Clay and Dawn Alvey of Fort Towson, OK; grandchildren, Odis (Buddy) and Courtney Miller of Sawyer, OK; Buck and Elizabeth Phelan of Eufaula, OK; Alix and Nhu Miller of Valliant, OK; Tony and Veronica Daniels of Valliant, OK; Dustin and Megan Goss of Valliant, OK; Dustin and Dru Brantley of Broken Bow, OK; Casey Blair of Fort Towson, OK; Eric and Sonya Rampenthal of Henryetta, OK; Christopher Gordon of Okmulgee, OK; Ryan Brown of Okmulgee, OK; Jeff and Tina Brown of Okmulgee, OK; along with numerous great grandchildren, family, and friends.
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