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Victoria Brown

1951- 2021
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Victoria Brown

On October 29, 2021, the vivacious, talkative, and oh-so-memorable Victoria “Vicky” Jane Brown, of Springtown, Texas lost her battle with cancer. She was 70 years old.

A celebration of life will be held on November 28. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memoriam to the American Cancer Society or The Humane Society of North Texas.

Vicky wanted to further science and help find a cure for cancer. She was adamant about this, and her children have chosen to honor her wish. Vicky donated her body to science and the family is immensely proud of her for making this choice at the time of her death.

She was born on March 20, 1951 to Robert Merton and Farl Jean (Lewis) Caldwell in Hood River, Oregon. By the age of 12, Vicky was living in Richland Hills, Texas with her mother and stepfather, William “Bill” Jack Agan. Vicky graduated from Richland High School in 1969, married, and went to work for the Tandy Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas in the 1970s and 1980s.

After moving her own children to Springtown in 1984, she took great pride in managing the Roadside Corner - one of only two gas stations in town – and bragging on her children all day long to anyone who would listen.

Over time, that bragging shifted to include her eight grandchildren – Mason Jarboe, Ryker Pointer, Scout Pointer, Jordyn Bise, Randilyn Bise, Emma Marshall, Rylan Marshall, and Jaxon Marshall. It has been said that one of the most remarkable things about Vicky is that she had the ability to make each one of her grandchildren feel like he or she was the only one in her life.

In 2011, Vicky relocated to Braxton, Mississippi to live on a ranch. She continued her love of retail by working at Freds Discount Store and then eventually at Roses Store where she thrived being right in the middle of this small community, meeting new people and sharing stories about her family and friends.

In March 2018, Vicky received her diagnosis of fallopian cancer and will be admirably remembered for her tenacity and courage in tackling it. Every time chemotherapy knocked her down, she would get right back up and head into work with a smile on her face and a friendly greeting for every customer. She went on that way through every round of treatment.

She was preceded in death by her mother Farl Jean Agan, her grandparents L. L. and Eliza Jane (Matlock) Lewis, and her great grandparents Alford Leonard and Mary “Mollie” Elizabeth (Cantrell) Matlock.

Vicky is survived by her four children - Lynn (Stephen) Pointer of Fort Worth, Texas, Tori Moffitt of Fort Worth, Texas, Ross (Laura) Moffitt of Arlington, Washington, and Chelsie Brown of Springtown, Texas; her father - William “Bill” Jack (Gay) Agan, of Richland Hills, Texas; her sisters – Gloria Jean “Beth” Barrett (Rod) Polk of Angleton, Texas, Joanna Grace Barrett (Bill) Nesbitt of Bend, Oregon, Lorene Jacqueline “Jackie” (Tamara Suttle) Agan of Castle Rock, Colorado, and BJ Agan of Arlington, Texas.