Felisha's Story

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Felisha Lee Brown, 20, died tragically on Monday, September 4, 2017 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Felisha was born on August 17, 1997 in Exeter, a daughter of Tammy Brown of Rochester and the late Douglas L. Brown, Jr. Felisha was raised in Rochester and graduated from Spaulding High School two years early with the Class of 2014, where she was very involved with the chorus and the color guard.
She loved to read and watch scary movies with her Mom and her brothers and sister. Felisha also enjoyed camping, fishing and hiking and was always ready for a new adventure. She was enrolled at Great Bay Community College working towards a business degree at the time of her death. Felisha was well loved by her family and many friends and will remain in their hearts forever.

In addition to her Mom, Felisha is survived by her brothers, Travis Brown and David Labadini Jr. and her sister, Angelina Brown, all of Rochester. She also leaves behind her Nana, Florence Merrill and her Papa, Robert Ross, both of Seabrook, her many aunts, uncles, cousins, her pet rabbit, Daisy, her true best friend that has been there for her through everything, Ashley Sommers of Rochester, her "uncle" Matt Perkins who has been there for her when she needed him most, her "almost step father" for nine years, David Labadini, as well as her extended families, the Dows and the Peeks.
Felisha has predeceased by her dad, Douglas Lee Brown Jr., who died in 2003, her grandmother, Beverly Monroe and her uncle, Mark Brown.
Visiting hours are from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 9, 2017 in the Remick & Gendron Funeral Home - Crematory, 811 Lafayette Rd., Hampton. Burial will be private. If desired, donations in Felisha's name can be made to the Spaulding High School Color Guard Program, 130 Wakefield St., Rochester NH 03867. Please visit www.RemickGendron.com to view Felisha's memorial website, to sign her tribute wall or for directions.
Published on  September 7, 2017
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