Lucy Ann Brown, 76

Lucy Ann Brown, 76, of Greensburg, passed away on September 27, 2022. She was born on June 29, 1946 in Richmond, Indiana the daughter of Roy E. and Agnes (Worl) Koontz. Lucy was a 1964 graduate of Rushville High School; she loved the marching band and played clarinet. She married Steven K. Brown on January 24, 1965.  Lucy stayed at home to raise her daughters; she sewed all of their clothes when they were little. She loved gardening and flowers. She was a devoted grandma and she loved watching her grandkids do anything: softball, academic team, band, horse shows, choir, dog shows, soccer, and their drama performances. She made it her personal hobby to spoil them. Lucy worked at Arby’s for the last 25 years (since Greensburg Arby’s opened). Many people will remember her as the voice of the drive thru. 

She was a member of First Christian Church for 33 years and a founding member of Community Church of Greensburg. She was also involved in the Order of the Eastern Star, the Emmaus community, the Lions Club, a 10-year 4-H member and led 4-H dog club for many years. Lucy loved to travel with her husband Steven on his quest to see all 50 states, visit many national parks, and tour other countries.  Her favorite trip was Alaska.

Survivors include: Husband, Steven K. Brown, Greensburg; Mother, Agnes Koontz, Greensburg; Daughters, Lucinda (Brian) Israel, Greensburg and Sarah (Wayne) Shake, Greensburg; Grandchildren, Jonathon Israel, Greensburg, Michaela Shake, Indianapolis, Brittany Israel, Imlay, NV, Olivia Shake, Indianapolis. She was preceded in death by her Father, Roy Koontz.

An Order of Eastern Star Service will be held at the Community Church of Greensburg on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 4:00 pm and visitation will follow until 7:00 pm. Funeral services will be Friday, September 30, 2022 at 9:30 am also at the church.  Pastor Seth Bartal and Rev. Jerran Jackson will be officiating.  Burial will follow at the South Park Cemetery.  Memorial contributions can be made to Community Church of Greensburg or to the Lion’s Club.  Online condolences can be made to the family at

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