Doris Scott (Campbell) Brown

Born: Wed., Sep. 28, 1927
Died: Sat., May 16, 2020


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Doris S. Brown

Sept. 28, 1927 - May 16, 2020

SOUTH BEND, IN - Doris Scott Brown, 92, of South Bend passed away at 4:10 p.m. Saturday, May 16 in her residence in The Milton Home. Doris was born September 28, 1927 in Grayson County, Kentucky to the late Flora Mae (Bidwell) and Robert E. Campbell and had lived in South Bend since 1986, coming from Louisville, KY. On November 26, 1986 in South Bend she married George H. Brown who preceded her in death. She is survived by her son, Wayne D. Scott of Jacksonville, FL; two grandsons, Keith and Joshua Scott; five great-grandsons and one great-granddaughter; a stepdaughter, Barbara J. Zimmerman (Richard); a stepson, Bruce K. Brown (Julie) of South Bend; two step-grandsons, John and Michael Zimmerman; one step-granddaughter, Jessica Brown; four step-great-grandsons; and one step-great-granddaughter. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Roger Campbell and a stepson, Brian S. Brown.

Doris was a member of American Federation of Musicians, Local 11-637 in Louisville, KY for over 25 years. A well-known entertainer in the South Bend area, she played keyboards in a number of venues. She was a member of Order of Eastern Star Chapter # 569 and attended Community Congregational Church, Maple Lane United Methodist Church, and Clay Church through the years.

Doris loved George, her family, her friends, the Fighting Irish on the gridiron, the UK Wildcats on the court, and a good laugh.

A private family graveside service will be held at St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger. Family and friends may leave email condolences at www.welsheimers.com.


 

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Angie Ferro
   Posted Wed May 20, 2020
My Deepest Condolences to Doris's Family, she was a truly wonderful lady who I will remember for filling the Milton Home with the beautiful sounds of music. I had the pleasure of meeting Doris when my Dad was a resident of Milton Home, and remember many times when my Mom and I visited my Dad not only hearing Doris playing the organ, but also the sound of her laughter and her sweet smile. I am sure that Doris is now filling the Heavens with music, playing bingo and visiting with the many friends she made through her life and those she met at Milton Home who went home before her. God Bless You Doris and may you forever be an Angel.