Marilyn Frances Panisis Brown, of New Windsor, went home to the lord on June 14, 2018, after a short illness, surrounded by her family. She was the only child of the late Mildred Emma Shaw Panisis, and the late Theodore Arthur Panisis. She was born on May 17, 1930 in Patterson New Jersey. She was a member of the reformed church in Richfield Park New Jersey.
Marilyn was the widow of the late Frank Brown, who predeceased her on March 18, 1997. She married Frank Brown on June 6, 1953, in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey.
Marilyn was and accomplished violinist, and played first chair for the New Jersey all state orchestra. She also played for the Newburgh symphony, as well as other organizations throughout New Jersey. She worked in New York city as a statistician for Home Insurance Company in the 1950’s.
Marilyn was a beloved wife and a loving mother and a caring grandmother. She was kind hearted, and always loving person. Marilyn was always willing to help anyone, anytime for any task. She will be greatly missed by her many friends and loved ones. She always gave her unconditional love and was a forgiving person.
Marilyn will be sadly missed by her three beloved children. Keith Dwight Brown and his wife Anita Hale Brown of Plano, Texas, Craig Scott Brown of Dracut, Massachusetts, and Shelly Lynn Brown Ackner and her husband Craig Ackner of Albany, New York. She will also be missed by her four grandchildren, Destinee Ann Brown Buchoon of Dracut, Massachusetts, Scott Craig Brown, also from Dracut, Massachusetts, Kyle Christopher Brown of Plano, Texas, and Austin Phillip Brown of Plano, Texas. Marilyn also had one great granddaughter, Aalia Buchoon of Dracut, Massachusetts. Marilyn is also survived by many cousins, aunt’s uncles, and many good friends.
Visitation will take place on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at White, Venuto & Morrill Funeral and Cremation Service, 188 North Plank Road, (Rt. 32), Newburgh, NY. A Funeral Service will follow at 1:00 pm at the funeral home. Private cremation will take place at Cedar Hill Crematory.