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Zachary N. Brown
Oct 19,1975---Jun 15,2018


Zachary N. Brown, beloved son, brother, grandson and uncle, passed peacefully into the arms of the Lord on June 15, 2018. Zachary, Zach to his friends and loved ones, was born in KC MO on October 19, 1975. He graduated from Belton High School in 1994 and attended Longview College. Zach was a long-time member of Metro Christian Fellowship.  His greatest joys in life were serving God by being a friend to everyone he met, taking a genuine interest in their lives and putting them on his daily prayer list, and being a spiritual anchor to his family whom he adored with a passion.  His gentle soul and giving spirit will be missed by all.


Survived by father Neil Brown, mother and step-father Vonnie Carpenter and Bruce Carpenter, brothers Nathaniel Brown, Christopher Brown (Jennifer), Jonathan Brown, Anthony Carpenter, step-brother John Carpenter, step-sister Grace Carpenter, maternal grandmother Vonnie H. Moore, and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 


Service July 7, 2018 at 10:30 a.m.  South Haven Baptist Church.  16800 Bel-Ray Blvd.  Belton MO.  Pastor Dr. Richard Young officiating.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to charity of choice.


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South Haven Baptist Church
16822 Bel-Ray Blvd.
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Date of Service:
Jul 07 ,2018
Time of Service:
10:30 am
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Shela Davis Jun 29 ,2018

Aunt ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Vonnie and family, My heart is heavy. I can't begin to tell you how sad I am about Zach's passing. I love you and am thinking of you every minute. Love, Shela

William and Debra Nuckolls Jul 03 ,2018

Friends ,pPleasant Hill ,Missouri

Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Bill & Kathi Huff Jul 04 ,2018

Friends ,Gardner ,Kansas

Bruce and Vonnie, so very sad to hear about the loss of your son Zach. May the love and support of your family help you in your grief.

Tim Caldwell Nov 06 ,2018

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I recently was notified of the loss of Zach. I knew Zach from church. I would periodically give Zach rides home from Sunday service. We would usually stop by the drive through at McDonalds. With his burger and fries he would always ask for extra barbecue sauce packets. Zach had a fairly high IQ. We would have conversations about movies from time to time and we would laugh about the movie ‘Overboard’. I don’t know anyone who could quote scripture as he could. I only learned of Zach’s passing a couple weeks ago. It’s sad to say goodbye and I will never forget Zach. There is one sure thing and that is that Zach’s eternity will be spent in heaven. No more of life’s difficulties. Blessed be the name of the Lord Jesus Christ