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Aloise Edith Brown

May 26, 1942 – January 28, 2024


Aloise Edith Brown was born May 26, 1942, in Ontario, Canada. A proud Native American with the Six Nations of the Grand River Reservation. Passed away January 28, 2024, Mesa, AZ. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is proceeded in death by her husband of 44 years, Ernest “Bud “ Brown. Survived by her children, Todd Brown, Tammy Cutler, and Tonya Booth, Husband Lance. Grandchildren, Kailee, Terrell, Austin, Katelyn, Courtney, Nicole, and Gordon and seven great grandchildren. As well as additional family and numerous friends. She will be remembered for her loving heart and generosity.

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  1. Joyce (Filkins) Schaber..Rochester, NY says:

    Edie was a friend that you could always rely on..she was always there for me ..my heart breaks but she will always be in my heart..FOREVER ..
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  2. Bernadine Burnette, President of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, AZ says:

    My sincere condolences & prayers to ALL. She was a great employee of our Nation–many many thanks to her. May she rest eternally and in peace🙏

  3. Debbie Mattoon says:

    To know Edie was to love Edie. She was a kind, very loving person. So many fun memories and great times. Thank you Edie for being in all our lives. You will be truly missed.

  4. Maureen “Mo” Leogue says:

    My prayers and heart go out to the family. So sorry for your loss. I remember Edie well. From when I was young and she was a sweet kind lady. Always welcomed me in her home with such a pleasant smile. I was young but I’ll never forget her kindness. I will be with you in heart and prayers from Florida. God Bless you.

  5. TRA says:

    The Tribal Regulatory Agency, also known as TGO, extends our heartfelt condolences to the children and grandchildren of Aloise Edith Brown, affectionately known as Edie. With a remarkable 31 years of dedicated service at the Tribal Gaming Office, Ms. Brown was esteemed by her colleagues for her vast knowledge and unwavering kindness. The entire Tribal Regulatory Agency mourns with her family during this sorrowful time.

    With deepest sympathy,
    TRA Staff

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Aloise Edith Brown

May 26, 1942 – January 28, 2024


Aloise Edith Brown was born May 26, 1942, in Ontario, Canada. A proud Native American with the Six Nations of the Grand River Reservation. Passed away January 28, 2024, Mesa, AZ. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is proceeded in death by her husband of 44 years, Ernest “Bud “ Brown. Survived by her children, Todd Brown, Tammy Cutler, and Tonya Booth, Husband Lance. Grandchildren, Kailee, Terrell, Austin, Katelyn, Courtney, Nicole, and Gordon and seven great grandchildren. As well as additional family and numerous friends. She will be remembered for her loving heart and generosity.

5 responses to “Aloise Edith Brown”

  1. Joyce (Filkins) Schaber..Rochester, NY says:

    Edie was a friend that you could always rely on..she was always there for me ..my heart breaks but she will always be in my heart..FOREVER ..
    .

  2. Bernadine Burnette, President of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, AZ says:

    My sincere condolences & prayers to ALL. She was a great employee of our Nation–many many thanks to her. May she rest eternally and in peace🙏

  3. Debbie Mattoon says:

    To know Edie was to love Edie. She was a kind, very loving person. So many fun memories and great times. Thank you Edie for being in all our lives. You will be truly missed.

  4. Maureen “Mo” Leogue says:

    My prayers and heart go out to the family. So sorry for your loss. I remember Edie well. From when I was young and she was a sweet kind lady. Always welcomed me in her home with such a pleasant smile. I was young but I’ll never forget her kindness. I will be with you in heart and prayers from Florida. God Bless you.

  5. TRA says:

    The Tribal Regulatory Agency, also known as TGO, extends our heartfelt condolences to the children and grandchildren of Aloise Edith Brown, affectionately known as Edie. With a remarkable 31 years of dedicated service at the Tribal Gaming Office, Ms. Brown was esteemed by her colleagues for her vast knowledge and unwavering kindness. The entire Tribal Regulatory Agency mourns with her family during this sorrowful time.

    With deepest sympathy,
    TRA Staff

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