Oliviah Grace-Lee Brown-Hall
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Oliviah Grace-Lee Brown-Hall
Oliviah battled an aggressive form of brain cancer, Glioblastoma Multiforme Grade IV, for 16 months. Oliviah demonstrated great strength and bravery during every moment of her journey. She endured multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and more than 50 radiation treatments and Gamma Knife Radiation. She was treated at three different hospitals. Oliviah stole the hearts of everyone she met, whether it was fellow patients or complete strangers she encountered in everyday life.
Oliviah is the daughter of Bryan Brown of Ashtabula and Miriah Hall of Brunswick.
She is preceded in death by her beloved Great-Grandmother, Arvina E. Anthony and Brenda L. Osborne.
She is survived by her parents; her brothers, Bryan Jr. and Keegan; sister, Kyleigh; paternal grandmother, Patricia M. Brown; and maternal grandmother, Lisa Rosario-Nelson; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins who love her dearly.
Oliviah spent her life laughing and joking with her cousins, who were her best friends. Her infectious personality reached beyond family and she never missed an opportunity for strangers to become her new friends. She loved life, laughter, God, and people. Oliviah attended Jefferson Nazarene Church regularly with her Grandma B.
Oliviah lived more in her ten years than most do in a lifetime. She became an FBI agent in Cleveland. She met her partner, John Breen, and had the opportunity to meet FBI Director Christopher Wray in Washington D.C. Oliviah trained at Quantico and had the largest attended graduation ceremony. She loved her country, law enforcement and the military. Oliviah became a rockstar with the band Country Redford. She became a Fox 8 news reporter. In the last months, she reveled in the success of the Cleveland Browns wins. She walked the runway with the Cleveland Cavaliers, and dropped the puck for the Cleveland Monsters. She was Cleveland sports #1 fan. Oliviah met the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his lovely daughter, Ivanka. Oliviah wanted to make the world a better place and she wanted to make other people smile. She raised funds and donations for organizations to help raise awareness for Childhood Cancer and to find a cure for GBM.This became a source of strength for Oliviah in her last months. If Oliviah were here now, she'd smirk, point her finger, and ask, "How you doin?" Oliviah gifted us all with her smile, her love and her laugh.
Friends and family will be received from 3:00 to 7:00pm on Sunday, January 6, 2019 at Cornerstone Friends Church 2300 Hubbard Road in Madison. Funeral Service will take place at 11:00 am on Monday, January 7, 2019 at the church.
A blood drive in honor of Oliviah is scheduled for Fri, January 11, 2018, at Ashtabula Towne Square.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Team Oliviah Foundation, 5607 Clover Circle, Willoughby, OH 44094. The Behm Family Funeral Home is assisting the family during this time. Online obituary and condolences may be viewed at www.behmfuneral.com
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