Sandra Scott Browne

Sandra Scott Browne

Sandra Scott Browne left this earth on Friday, February 26th, in Dallas, Texas at the age of 82. She was the daughter of Walter F. Scott and Mary Fisher Scott. She was the fifth of six children.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, Helen Marie Zimmerman and Marjorie Young, and two brothers William Scott and Robert Scott, and her oldest daughter, Dr. Katherine Sue Donaldson.

She is survived by her husband K.C. Browne, son W. Scott Browne and his wife Denise Browne, daughter Kelly Marie Cameron, sister Sarah Sparks of Las Vegas, Nevada; grandchildren Dr. Kerry Sue Donaldson, Kristen McFarland, Jennifer Dickson, James Scott Browne, Jackie Coffey, Richard Salas, and Brian Salas; great-grandchildren Nicole Donaldson, Trenton Harlin, Kacey McFarland, Essie McFarland, Adeline Browne, Avery Browne, Oliver Browne, Bella Renfro, Skylar Coffey, Richlynn Salas; and great-great granddaughter Brinlee Donaldson.

Sandra and K.C. had been happily married for sixty-four years and together they traveled to fifteen countries over their time together. Sandra was best known as everyone's mother or grandma. She was instrumental in shaping the lives of her entire family. She always welcomed guests and family with a smile and open arms.

When her children were in high school, Sandra worked in a bank in Naperville, Illinois, and when they moved to Texas she was very active in the family business, Greenwood Nursery. Every year, she gave tours of the greenhouse to local students for their field trips and enjoyed sharing her love of plants.

She eventually retired from her work in the family business to take care of her many great- and great-great grandchildren and was always there when they needed her. In her final years, she enjoyed traveling with her husband and spending time with him, the love of her life. She will never be forgotten and memories of her will always be cherished by those who knew and loved her.

Services will be held on March 27th at 2:00 pm at the First United Methodist Church in Waxahachie, Texas.

Published on March 20, 2021