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Juanita Elizabeth Brown Washington

February 12, 1933 January 6, 2022
Juanita Elizabeth Brown Washington
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Obituary for Juanita Elizabeth Brown Washington

Juanita Elizabeth Brown Washington was introduced to the world on February 12, 1933, in Odessa, Florida to the late State Elder Willie Brown, Sr. and Missionary Mable Jackson Brown. She was the 4th child of 11 children. At a young age, she possessed a servant’s heart, a gift she willing accepted. Even though she left school at the age of 13 to assist her parents in raising her siblings, her education was extremely important to her. Therefore, Juanita persevered, with the results being that she graduated with her daughters attending her graduation on June 18, 1978. Juanita was the wife of one husband, Clifford “Billy” Washington. Juanita and Clifford traveled the highways to provide the best life for their children. For years they traveled from Brooksville, Florida to Milton, Delaware for seasonal work at Drapers Canning Company. Juanita’s heavenly gift in the Helps ministry was aligned with her earthly employment. She was employed with many prominent families in Hernando County. While raising her family and raising other families, she also worked for the Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office. Juanita’s home exemplified a “House of Refuge” for many including, not limited too overnight visitors, clergy from all over the world, prayer meetings, Bible Study, family dinners, fellowship, choir rehearsals, etc. Juanita cared for anyone who would allow her love to embrace their hearts, whether it was from a glass of tea to a word of encouragement.

Juanita was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford Washington; granddaughter Kanedra Benford; son-in-law Charles Graves, Sr., and her Siblings: Sallie Washington, Leroy Brown, Willie Brown, Jr., Annie Mae Sanders, Joe Brown, Theodore Brown, Ulysses Brown, and Mary Blanks

She leaves to cherish her love and memories, her daughters: Brenda (James) Benford, Margaret Graves, Karalaine (Jimmy) Brooks, Regina (Ralph) Vanlow, and Anita Washington, all of Hernando County. Twelve grandchildren: Felecia (Antonio), Tiare (David), Andrae (Michelle), Damien, Jhamie, Wevlyn, Javonkah, Stephen, Darius, Ryan, Rashad, and Reina. Fifteen great-grandchildren: Trevor, Brendon, Darnell, Romelo, Ki’Auni, Ahmad, Jamiah, Ezra, Marcus Jr., Jamilyah, Lucas, Arekah, Ezekiel, Ayanna, and Marcus. Five great-great grandchildren: D’Narian, Ty’Ana, Ta’Niyah, Mycah, and M’Lani. Two brothers: Leon (Mary) Brown of Anchorage, Alaska, and Robert (Emily) Brown of Brooksville, Florida. One brother-in-law, Harry (Evelyn) Washington and 7 sisters-in-law: Marie Brown, Donia Brown, Gladys Brown, Francis Brown, Mamie Sanders, Brenda Mobley, and JoAnn Harris. Three special nieces: Norma Jean Badger, Jocelyn Blanks, and Marnita (Marcus) Davis. Two adopted sons, Wayne (Sophia) Paige and Jermaine Duncan. And a host of nieces, nephews, extended family, and special friends.

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Visitation

Thursday

13

Jan

4:00 PM 1/13/2022 4:00:00 PM - 6:00 PM 1/13/2022 6:00:00 PM
Sellers-Cason Funeral Homes & Cremation Services

830 School Street
Brooksville, FL 34601

Visitation is walk-through only. Masks are required!

Sellers-Cason Funeral Homes & Cremation Services
830 School Street Brooksville 34601 FL
United States

Graveside

Friday

14

Jan

11:00 AM 1/14/2022 11:00:00 AM
Ft. Taylor Cemetery

Ayers Road
Brooksville, FL 34601

Visitation is walk-through only. Masks are required!

Ft. Taylor Cemetery
Ayers Road Brooksville 34601 FL
United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Ft. Taylor Cemetery Final Resting Place

Ayers Road
Brooksville, FL 34601

Ayers Road Brooksville 34601 FL
United States
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