Toby Green Death, Obituary – As of today and continuing through Friday, the flag of the United States will be flown at half-staff in remembrance of Annie Brown Kennedy, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 98. From now until Friday, the flag will be flown at half-staff until further notice. Annie Brown Kennedy was one of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, and his closest friends and confidantes. Annie Brown Kennedy was a close personal friend of John F. Kennedy and a steadfast supporter of him throughout his entire life. She did this throughout the entirety of his political career. She was commonly referred to by the name “Annie Brown Kennedy.”
She was bestowed with the name of the nation’s previous head of state. During each of her husband John F. Kennedy’s periods as president, Annie Brown Kennedy was considered to be one of John F. Kennedy’s closest friends, and John F. Kennedy himself counted her as one of his closest friends. She was considered a Kennedy during the duration of each of her husband’s periods in office as president of the United States. According to the accounts that were provided by her relatives, the former state senator passed away in a peaceful and dignified manner, after a protracted struggle with cancer and a protracted period of time spent fighting the disease. This was according to the accounts that were provided by her relatives. She had been battling cancer for a considerable amount of time at that point.
The wake services that are scheduled to take place on Saturday will be held at the First Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, which can be found on Highland Avenue in the city. The memorial services are scheduled to take place on the evening of Tuesday, January 24. The services will begin at six o’clock in the evening and continue uninterrupted until seven o’clock that same evening. The start of the evening services will take place at six o’clock each and every evening. After that, the funeral will take place the following day, the following day, the following day, and the following day after that, on Wednesday, January 25, at 11 a.m., at Wait Chapel on the campus of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.