of St. Joe, AR
October 7, 1954 - May 10, 2022
Maurice Lynn Brazeal, age 67 of St. Joe, Arkansas formerly of Kansas City, Kansas passed from this life on Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 at home in St. Joe, Arkansas. He was born in Jackson County, Missouri on October 7th, 1954 to Maurice Brazeal and Regeina Workman Brazeal.Maurice was a veteran of the United States Army. He served during the end of the Vietnam War and received a National Defense Medal, an Army Service Ribbon and a Good Conduct Medal. Lynn lived life his way; it might not have made sense to anyone else but it made sense to him. He always had a crazy story to tell even if he had to make it up to make you smile and laugh, oh and a piece of candy. He had the biggest heart and would give you anything you asked for if he could get it. He loved the casino and taking his chances to strike it big and go to Vegas. Shine bright Dad you made it. Survivors include his daughters, Beverly Wyatt and husband John of St. Joe and Sherri Brazeal of Kansas City, KS; grandchildren, Lissa Wyatt, Logan Wyatt, Thomas Whitaker and Ellie Whitaker; siblings, Richard Brazeal and wife Margie of Independence, MO, Bo Brazeal of Kansas City, KS, Perry Brazeal of Kansas City, KS, Virginia Kirch of Kansas City, KS and Billy Jo Carney and husband Don of VA and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family who will also mourn his passing.Lynn is preceded in death by his parents, Maurice and Regeina Brazeal; his children, Stella Jr. Brazeal, Maurice Brazeal Jr., Franklin-Dean Brazeal and Thomas Brazeal and siblings, Ray Brazeal and Donal Brazeal.No services are planned at this time.
I use to skip school with Steven Summers walk down 18th street to see my family. Uncle Lynn would be there and he would sit and talk me every time. He didnt like how I skipped school but still took the time to show me he cared and loved me. I have younger memories that resurfaced recently in a session in which I can remember Stella and Uncle Lynn together at that time it is hard for me to speak of those memories so I will just keep them for me to remember as they was all meant for me. I miss him I love him and I will never forget him.
I will always have fun memories of us working in the hay fields and doing crazy stuff. Be in peace cousin.
Uncle Lynn you sure were one of a kind, the stories you told, your adventures in life, even your ornery times I will treasure. You are so missed by your family and friends. Fly high and enjoy the family til we meet again. I love you.❤
Oh Uncle Lynn, you will be missed by those lives you touched. You always had this kind, quiet spirit. Always had the best smiles and warm hugs for your family. You were a true gift to us all. Rest in peace Uncle!
Well Uncle Lynn your journey through life has come to an end. Your smiles, stories, and jokes have touched the lives of many a family member and strangers. The next chapter for you begins as you are welcomed by friends and family. In some ways I am jealous, but your time is now. Enjoy hanging out with Ray and Donal. Give big hugs and kisses to mom. Shake hands and tell stories with Dad, uncles L Z, Ernest, Paul, Joe and aunties Virgina, Sarah and many others. You were loved in life and will be missed intil we meet again.
R.I.P. lynn will miss you until we meet again as a family with our family
Wishes and prayer for all ur loss u will always be in our prayers
Will miss you
R.I.P. Brother i will miss you Have a good time with the family in heaven. I LOVE YOU BROTHER
I always loved your quiet sweetness my dear cousin - Rest In Peace and God Bless 🙏🏻❤️