Monday, June 12th, 2017 from 4-7 p.m at Lincoln
Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the
Mackenzy Sue Ann Brown, 6 years old, of Lincoln,
passed away at 9:10 a.m. Monday, June 5th, 2017 at
The Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria.
Visitation will be Monday, June 12th, 2017 from 4-7
p.m. The funeral will be Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 at
10:00 am. Both will take place at the Lincoln
Christian Church, 204 N. McLean St. Lincoln.
Burial will be at the Harmony Cemetery in Beason.
Mackenzy was born Febuary 1st, 2011 in Lincoln. The
daughter of Jeremy Brown (Paula Lawhorn) and Tina
Brown (Roger West). Mackenzy attended school at
Chester East Lincoln Elementary in Lincoln where she
just finished Kindergarten.
Mackenzy was a daughter, granddaughter,
great-granddaughter, sister and also the best friend
of Bella her puppy. Mackenzy was a beautiful,
outgoing, fun loving little girl with a touch of
sass! She loved music, playing, dancing, shopping
with mommy and fishing with daddy. She was loved by
Mackenzy is survived by her parents as well as her
siblings Steven, Kayleigh, Joanna, Jayden and Alivia
Brown. Along with two step-brothers Joshua and Paul
Lawhorn of Mattoon. Also surviving are her
grandparents Julie Brown (RexGill), Frank Brown.
Kathy Dale, and special friend Mary Martin as well
as her special cousin Rachel Sexton all of Lincoln.
Great Grandparents John and Ione Davison of
Middletown as well as Duane Perry also survive.
She is also survived by several Aunts and Uncles
including Jon (Samantha) Brown, Gina (Chris) Welchel,
Robbie (Carrie) Dale, April Dale, Kim (Ron) Skelton,
John Boswell (Cheryl Butts), Ella (Dean) Mahnke,
Susan (Melvin) Schwenke, Tammy (Rob) Dunn, Twilla
(Joe) Wilcoxen, Doris Brown, Roy Lawhorn, Jr., and
Step Uncle Rex Gill, Jr.
Preceding her in death were Great-Grandma Nona
Perry, Grandpa Roy Lawhorn, Sr., Grandma Emma
Lawhorn, Great-Grandparents Sara and Marvin Brown,
Uncle Jason Brown and Grandpa Larry Dale.
Although we mourn the loss of Mackenzy, we rejoice
knowing that she will live on in the lives of others
through The Gift of Hope Organ Donor Program.
The family would like to say a special thank you to
the caring staff at The Children’s Hospital of
Illinois and The Gift of Hope as well as all the
others who were involved with her care.
The family would also like to thank all of their
family, friends and members of the community for
their loving support.
Somebody once said: “This is not goodbye, but so
long for now”
Donations are being accepted through GoFundMe.com.
When there, search for “Mackenzy’s Gift of Life.”
Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln is
in charge of arrangements.
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Sue Ann Brown