Mckenzie Ann Webster-Brown |

Mckenzie Ann Webster-Brown

Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Mckenzie Ann Webster-Brown known to all as “Zee”, daughter of Faith Webster and Jeremiah Brown was born on Oct. 21, 2003 and she went flying to the brighter side on Nov. 25, 2009. She is much loved by so many. For six years she rocked the world.

She was preceded in death by Papa Tom Neuroth.

She is survived by her parents; her sisters Shaelyn and Sadie; stepdad, Cameron Cain; Gramma Patti Neuroth and Meme Pamela Webster; Grandpa Larry Brown; Numerous aunts, uncle, cousins and a multitude of friends who are as family.

A story from her sister Shaelyn’s eyes:

Loss of Mckenzie Ann Webster-Brown! This will be a sad story for all but also happy! She died of an asma atak last night we were at Aunt Eryn’s house at 7:15 a.m., at night whith all the ways we were trieing so hard to get her back alive we rushed her to the hostipal and mom was wating for a long time wene they walked in to see them rushing in trying to get her back to live.

They could not do much at all, they rushed her to the cherdrens hospital in dever by that time she was bran ded and we had to let her go she could not live her live like that she is obviously gone now and we can get all the support. We miss Mckenzie and we will make her furnal happy and full of exitment it will be the best day of her memory! We all had a grate time whith Zee we all miss you and we will send wate ever we can! This event cosed perment bran damgos she will never be here agin but we know she is in good hands! The seladerashon “Celebration” is going to be sad then happy if you want to say somethig then bring it to me or my mom!

A celebration of her life will be held at noon, Sunday, Nov. 29 at Kathryn Senor Elementary School, in New Castle. Please, if you would like bring something to decorate her casket.

In lieu of flowers, a donation made be made to the Mckenzie Webster-Brown fund at any Alpine Bank.

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