Jami Brown Allen

Jami Lyne Brown Allen, beloved eternal companion, mother, daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, friend, passed peacefully away September 27, 2015 surrounded by her family. We miss her dearly. She was born October 18,1975 in Tacoma, WA. The second child, first daughter of Mont & Sally Marrott Brown. She grew up in Sandy, UT attending schools including Alta High School, where she made many devoted lifelong friends. One of her best gifts was the ability to reach out with an encouraging hand whether it was with writing heartfelt notes or remembering birthdays. She made friends wherever she went and was greatly loved by many.

 She earned degrees in business from Dixie State and SUU. Jami was a talented artist. Jami had a great thirst for learning and always had a new interesting item to share with family friends about nutrition, politics or religion. She was blessed with the gift to reach out to youth and children; she was a master teacher. While living in Butte, MT, she taught early morning seminary. She was a hit with the youth and her class was always full. She taught home school for several years; her children had many fun learning experiences.

 She enjoyed her nieces and nephews; she always had something fun to do or a new joke to share with them. She was known for her laughter and witty comments. No one was spared!

 While attending an LDS fireside, she met her eternal companion Blake William Allen. They were married in the SL Temple October 6, 1999. From that loving union, they were blessed with four sweet children; Megan, Thomas, Mary and John.

 Jami enjoyed times with the family outdoors. Being a great nutritionist and cook, she could whip up “the mother of all green smoothies” in a flash. Her children have fond memories of the bread she made for them.

 Jami has a strong, abiding testimony of the Savior, Jesus Christ. Her scriptures are well worn with many readings and underlined passages. She served cheerfully and diligently in many church callings. 

Jami is survived by her loving husband, sweetest children, mother, brothers & sisters, adoring nieces and nephews: Joel Brown, Seth (Amy) Brown, Kelli (Nate) Lunt, Beth (Chad) Nelson. Loving in laws: Bill and Sharon Allen, Deniece (Craig) Reaveley, Natalie (Darin) Brush, Aimee Allen, Brooke (Brian) Smith. She is preceded in death by her awesome Dad, Mont Brown, grandparents, Keith and Elba Brown; Vern and Virginia Marrott.

 Funeral services will be held Friday, October 2, 2015; 11:00 am. A viewing will be Thursday, October 1, 2015 6-8pm and Friday 9:30-10:45am. Both the funeral and the viewing will be held in the Tooele Utah LDS Stake Center 752 North 520 East, Tooele Utah. Directions to LDS Stake Center: From main street (Hwy 36) turn east on 1000 north, then turn south on Broadway, then east on 740 North. Interment in the Grantsville, UT Cemetery, 400 W Main.

6 comments:

Andrea Lindsey said...

Jami attend our ward with her sweet family for a time. She glowed with goodness. I know that no righteous person is taken before their time, and that she made the world better while she was here. Our thoughts and prayers go to her sweet family.

Ken Kaufman said...

I only knew Jami thru her mother, who lives in the same ward as me. I love Sally very much. On a few occasions She has talked to me about Jami. She was very concerned about the end coming and if the children were prepared. I have heard from a few who knew what a special person Jami was. Any daughter who has Sally Brown as her mother, has to be wonderful. Our most deep and heartfelt wishes go out to Sally, Jami's husband and children and to the extended families on the Brown side and the Allen's. Love, Pat Kaufman

Chad Woolley said...

Jami was, and is still, a beautiful person. The Woolleys are so sorry for her family's loss. We will pray for you all, especially Blake and the kids - only because we knew them best.

Darci Miller said...

She will be missed but not forgotten. She had many Christlike attributes and was a great example to me and all those around her. I loved her winks and smiles as she greeted me in the halls of the Park Ward. I was grateful to have known her as my friend. The world has truly lost a treasure. I send Lots of love and prayers to her family at this difficult time.

Rayetta said...

I met Jami at Dixie College 20 years ago, and liked her from the very start. We've kept in touch on facebook where I've enjoyed her witty comments and her great take on politics, religion, nutrition, and education. She was, and still is, a sweet, pure, beautiful lady! I was able to spend a little time with her amazing children last week, they are certainly a credit to both her and Blake. I hope the Allen and Brown families can feel the many prayers and much love being sent their way.

Marietta said...

My sincerest condolences to the Allen and Brown family. It is very unfortunate when good people pass away such as Jami. From the words I read, she truly made a difference in people's lives. It is so comforting to know what the bible promises in regards to those that have passed away in death. Notice what John 5:28,29 says : "28 Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out..." What God promises to do he surely will make happen.