Monday 19th of May 1913 - Saturday 4th of May 2019
Carmie Edith Trammell Brown, 105, wife of the late John T. Brown passed from this life to be with the Lord on May 4, 2019. Born on May 19, 1913 in Louisville, Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late Bart L. Trammell and Lydia Adkins Trammell.
Mrs. Trammell Brown was a lifelong resident of Lexington, a graduate of the Picadome School, and a 90+ year member of Ashland Avenue Baptist Church. Carmie was truly a devoted Christian, loving mother, grandmother, aunt, wife, sister, and friend. In addition to her parents, husband, sisters, and brothers, she was preceded in death by her son, William Robert Brown. She is survived by one brother, Morris Trammell of Lexington, KY; daughter, Betty Jo Gardner; grandson, William P. Gardner Jr., both of Hilton Head Island, SC; granddaughter, Stephanie G. Stephenson, of Marietta, GA; numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and a host of family and friends. The family also wishes to express its deep appreciation for the loving care given to Carmie over the past several years by her niece Pam Rainey of Lexington. Words cannot express our gratitude.
Visitation will be from 4 pm-7 pm, Thursday May 9th at Milward-Southland located at 391 Southland Dr., Lexington. Funeral service will be held on Friday May 10th, 10 am at the funeral home with Pastor Nate BeVier presiding. Interment will commence immediately after the service in Bluegrass Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Ashland Avenue Baptist Church, 483 W. Reynolds Rd., Lexington, KY 40503.
To share a remembrance of Carmie or offer condolences to her family, please visit milwardfuneral.com.
Aunt Carmie had the sweetest smile, with a twinkle in her eyes. I can still hear her laugh. She leaves a legacy of kindness and life-long Christian faith. Love and prayers to Pam and Gil for their care of our sweet Aunt Carmie. Love to all, Cheryl Joy
Pamela and Gil, just a note to let you know how sorry I am over the passing of Aunt Carmie. What a wonderful lady she was. She gives a wonderful meaning to the southern lady in which she was. We really had great times for years. She will be missed. She was the perfect aunt. My heart goes out to Pam, for the wonderful care she bestowed upon Aunt Carmie. May God bless Pam and Gil for the love and dedication they gave Aunt Carmie. Aunt Carmie will be greatly missed!! LOVE SHARON