Katrina Brown Obituary, Death – WAYLAND, MI – Katrina M. Brown passed away on April 7, 2017, surrounded by family and friends in the tranquility and comfort of her own home in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Katrina was born in the wonderful state of Texas on October 4th, which is also the day that she celebrates as her birthday. Her parents, Milton R. and Katrina S. (Sykes) Simington, had both passed away before their daughter was born, therefore she was raised without either of her grandparents. They only had one kid, and that was a girl.
After Katrina’s biological father, Milton, abandoned the family when he was still a little child, James H. Williams III was given the responsibility of bringing up Katrina as his own daughter. Katrina’s biological father was a man named Milton. After a significant amount of time had passed following the unexpected passing of her son Milton, her mother tied the knot with James H. Williams, III. She enrolled at Henderson State University in the early part of the 1960s, but she was eventually compelled to withdraw from the university so that she could focus her attention on raising her young children, Rob and Kitty.
She did this so that she might have more time to dedicate to her studies. She continued doing this till she received her diploma from her high school. In addition to her excitement for traveling and the great outdoors, Katrina had a deep affection for all types of animals, but she had a particular soft spot in her heart for felines and dogs. Katrina R. “Kitty” Harrington, the woman who she had named after her daughter and who had died away before to her own passing, was the person she had named.
She is survived by her husband Roy G. Brown of Hot Springs; her son Robert J. (Catherine) Connell, Jr. of Hot Springs; her step-daughter Pam (Tim) Horan of Fairfax, Virginia; her grandchildren Ashley (Tony) Costa and Hunter (Taylor) Connell of Hot Springs; Jennifer Horan and Tim (TJ) Horan, Jr. of Fairfax, Virginia; and several great-grandchildren all of whom affectionately knew her as ” Katr