To those that knew Kelly, knew she was a fun-loving, full of life, caring person with a huge heart. She brought a smile to everyone she came across and will be remembered fondly by all those that were lucky to know her. Kelly Ann Brown was born March 7, 1966 and passed peacefully in her home March 25, 2018. Finally able to take that deep breath after so many years of struggle. She was one of the lucky few that found the love of her life in her early teenage years. Her and Ty were married 30 years, and lived a full and happy life with their beloved son Brett. Kelly spent 30 years nurturing and caring for children and enjoyed every minute of it. Although, the last few years, due to her illness, she was unable to work. Therefore, the financial burden lay solely on Ty alone. Whom retired 4 years ago, but continued to work part-time to help ease the financial hardship. Over the last few months Kelly has needed full-time assistance. With large medical bills already stacked up, outside assistance was not an option. Therefore, Ty has been her sole caregiver. Often missing work to stay home and tend to her needs. With all the medical expenses and Ty's lost wages, as you can imagine, the financial burden is daunting. With the already stress of losing a loved one, money concerns are the last, yet most important, thing on Ty's mind. As we all know, Kelly's situation was a losing battle, yet her sudden, unexpected departure left the family surprised and unprepared. Therefore, to help lighten Ty's financial burden, we are accepting donations in lieu of flowers. These donations will go to medical bills, and any other needed bills, just to ease the financial struggle the family currently faces. There will be a celebration of life so all can remember Kelly and the wonderful life she lived. The details for the celebration of life will be shared as they are planned. Please, if you can help in any way, that is greatly appreciated. We also encourage you to share your memories and photos, so we can all enjoy and reminisce on fun times past that Kelly had throughout her life.