Brown, Betty Eames, 1924-2007
- Existence: 1924 - 2007
Betty Eames Brown (1924-2007) was a mother and a patron of the arts in Missouri.
Betty Eames Brown was born on June 29, 1024 to William Henrey and Eloise Lowder Eames in Ogden Utah. She had three sisters and grew up in Ogden. She was married on July 26, 1944 to Herbert Ensign Brown and had two children. Herbert and Betty moved to Columbia in 1956 where Herbert taught at the University of Missouri. She worked as an Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Biological Sciences Divison at the University of Missouri. She also was a docent at the Museum of Art and Archeology at the University of Missouri. In addition, Betty had multiple church assignments for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where she taught primary, sunday school and Relief Society. Betty died December 26, 2007 of a stroke.
Citation:UPB Files, 20 September 2016, (Betty Eames Brown, 1924-2007)
FamilySearch, 20 September 2016, (Betty Eames Brown, 29 June 1924-26 December 2007; Herbert Ensign Brown, 22 May 1922-19 September 2010)
FamilySearch, 20 September 2016, (Betty Eames Brown, b. 1924 in Ogden, Utah; Parents William H and Winnifred Lowder Eames; third of four girls; Married Herbert Brown in 1944; 1956 moved to Columbia Missouri where Herbert taught at the University of Missouri; worked as an Administrative Assitant to the Dean of Biological Sciences Division).
DeseretNews, 20 September 2016 (Betty Eames Brown; b. 29 June 1924, d. 26 December 2007 of a Stroke; Parents William Henrey and Winnifred Eloise Lowder Eames; b. odgen, utah; Married Herbert Ensign Brown 26 July 1944; taught Sunday School, primary relief Society; docent at Museum of art and archeology at the University of Missouri; two children; two grandchildren; three sisters).
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Collection contains materials pertaining to the life of Betty Eames Brown. It includes her personal bridal shower scrapbook telling the story of her and her husband Herb. It also contains a memorial program for Private Robert Hilton and a Christmas program. Dated circa 1943-1945.