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Evan Eugene Brown

July 10, 1979 — June 14, 2024

Washington, UT

Evan Eugene Brown, 44, of Washington, Utah passed away on June 14, 2024 at his home. 

Evan was born on July 10, 1979 in Cherry Point, North Carolina to Eugene Brown and Vicci Wiggins and grew up in Booneville, Mississippi. He graduated from Booneville High School and attended Northeast Mississippi Community College. 

At age 19, Evan dedicated two years of service as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Spokane, Washington mission.

Evan met the love of his life, Alisha, and the two were married for time and all eternity on August 11, 2001 in the St. Louis Temple. 

Evan was a dedicated husband, father, son, brother, and friend. He loved his family immensely and they are everything to him. He was most proud of his son, Ethan, and he has always been his greatest accomplishment on this earth. Evan worked hard for his family. His main profession was in sales/leadership and he excelled in this industry throughout the years.

We will greatly miss his sense of humor, love, joy and laughter he brought to us. He was a huge fan of the Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Iowa Hawkeyes. All who knew him quickly found this out. Evan has a deep love of his Heavenly Father and his family who love him greatly and will miss him forever. 

Evan is survived by his wife, Alisha JoAnne Brown; his son, Ethan Robert Brown, both of Washington, Utah; his brothers Trevor McCreary of Olive Branch, MS, Andrew McCreary of Germantown, TN, and Scott (Savanna) McCreary of Horn Lake, MS; his mother, Vicci Wiggins McCreary of Olive Branch, MS; his father, Eugene (Tamara) Brown of Englewood, FL, and paternal grandmother, Patricia Ann Brown of Indianapolis, IN, Uncles Robert (Brenda) Wiggins and David Wiggins and Aunt Tori Wiggins. He is also survived by his in-laws John and Gleda Scovill of Cedar City, UT; brothers-in-law John (Shanna) Scovill of South Jordan, UT and Phillip Scovill of Las Vegas, NV, numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins on his wife's side as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

He is proceeded in death by his paternal grandfather Robert Wayne Brown; maternal grandfather Jesse Robert Wiggins; maternal grandmother Mary Alice Wilson Meza (Danilo), maternal aunt Judy Lynn Wiggins; and maternal uncle James Daniel Wiggins.

Mississippi Funeral Services will take place Saturday June 29, 2024. Viewing will take place 12:00 to 2:00 with service to follow at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 404 W. George E. Allen Dr. Booneville, MS. 

Burial to follow at: Faith Baptist Church Cemetery 1152 County Rd. Myrtle, MS.

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404 W George E Allen Dr, Booneville, MS 38829

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Faith Baptist Church Cemetery

1152 Co Rd 7, Myrtle, MS 38650

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