Audrey Ann Watts Brown
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    North Charleston, SC 29406

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Audrey Ann Watts Brown Obituary


My wife & I express our deepest sympaty to the family of Audrey Brown. I am a 2nd cousin who did not see her often, but on occasion we attended the Watts' reunions in Ellamore & always enjoyed visiing with Audrey. The last time we saw her was at the memorial service for the late John Sheahan & the Watts' reunion on the following day. We also enjoyed visiting with Karin Shaffer & her daughters. We will miss Audrey. We

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Posted by: George Walrod - Waxhaw, NC - 2nd Cousin   Feb 25, 2013
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My deepest sympathy goes out to Audrey's family. For Linda, Rosemary, Karen and my wonderful daughter-in law Gretchen may you hold your memories close to your hearts.
Warm wishes
Kay Aurin


Posted by: Kay Aurin - Old Saybrook, CT - friend   Feb 15, 2013

I worked at Fenwick Hall Hospital with Audrey. She taught me so much. The one thing that stands out from her many wonderful assets was her love for the alcohoics and drug addicts. She really did care for these patients even when it was difficult. I admired her and am glad we share the clan of Forbes. Her sense of humor was always dry and witty. Audrey affected my life in such a positive and warm way. I'll never forget her. May I offer you my prayers and condolences.


Posted by: Sarah Cooper (Forbes) - Charleston, SC - fellow nurse and friend   Feb 09, 2013
Audrey and her dad (my Brother), taken about four years ago, when we stopped and had lunch with them

Although Audrey was my niece, I am only four years older than she was, and we seemed like cousins. She was the one who always called with family information, and was so faithful in her attendance at the Watts Reunion each year. My wife Barbara was close to her in age, and they were good friends. We will miss Audrey very much.


Posted by: Chalres Watts - Buckhannon, WV - Uncle   Feb 08, 2013

Aunt Audrey is such a part of some wonderful childhood memories for me. My brothers and I spent several years in the Charleston area when we were young and every Christmas we would make the trip to Sullivans Island to spend time with Audrey, Mickey and the girls. I will never forget the gingerbread houses she made every year! My memory of her will always be that of a very warm and kind person. I know she will be missed by many.


Posted by: Kathi DuTilly - Jeffersonton, VA - neice   Feb 06, 2013

My prayers and condolences go out to all the family. Audrey was a wonderful lady with a spirit and sense of humor that was always made me smile. Love to all,

Gary Diamond.


Posted by: Gary Diamond - Charleston, SC - Friend   Feb 05, 2013

I well remember meeting Audrey back in 1971 on Sullivan's Island. Almost before I knew it, I became a Girl Scout volunteer although my older child was only two years old at the time! Audrey taught me a lot about growing vegetables, roasting pumpkins, dealing with a compost pile and other "good for the environment" practices. She was "into" all of that long before most people. May her family rejoice in her memory and remember her wisdom. Blessings - Rosemary Chapman


Posted by: Rosemary Chapman - Mount Pleasant, SC - friend from long ago   Feb 05, 2013