Scott England Brown

Scott England Brown, 41, passed away December 29, 2019 in Kerrville, Texas. He was born on December 21, 1978 in Webster, Texas to Don and Nita Brown. Scott is survived by his daughter, Taya Marie Schaefer, her husband Cody, and his soon to be grandchild of Fort Campbell, Kentucky; his parents Don and Nita Brown of Kerrville, TX; his fiancé, Sherene Jordan and her children Justin, Destiny, and Haley of Pasadena, Texas; his sisters, Keena Peek and her husband Dennis of New Braunfels , TX and Jennifer Wooley and her husband Gaddis of League City, TX; his nephew Kevin Brown of New Braunfels, TX, and nephew and niece Trey and Aubrey Wooley of League City, TX; and numerous other family members and friends.
Scott grew up in League City, TX attending Clear Creek High School and later graduating from ITT Tech. In Scott’s younger years he enjoyed BMX racing and working on his many mini trucks and hanging out with friends. He had a passion for playing pool and darts with his friends and a love for the Houston Texans.
His funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 10:00am at Crowder Funeral Home 111 E. Medical Center Blvd. Webster, TX. Viewing will be held at the same location from 9:00am – 10:00am. Burial will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery located at 21620 Gulf Frwy, Webster, TX 77598. In lieu of flowers those wishing to make a donation in Scott’s memory may do so to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation or a charity of your choice.


  1. Scott I will miss you deeply brother and will see you on the other side. love always

    Jay Marshall
  2. May God be with you all through these times. I pray for strength and courage.

    Brandi Partin Dronet
  3. So sorry for your loss, Brown family and all who loved him. Prayers for comfort, peace and strength at this difficult time. God bless Scott and those who mourn. My heart is with you.

    Teresa M
  4. We Lost One Of The Best.. Sending Our Deepest Condolences To All.
    🙏Tracy And Billy Stephens 🙏

    Tracy Stephens
  5. You are Free as a Bird now so Spread your Wings and Fly! Although you are very missed and things are sad right now, we are so grateful you are no longer in pain. You will never be forgotten my friend and we will see you again.

    Lisa Borden-Scariano
  6. Scott had an enduring smile and a good heart. He was a loyal friend and was loved by many. Scott was funny and sweet and Competitive. He will be missed but his memory will live on through those who truly loved him and will bring smiles and laughter as good times are recalled and shared.

    Edna Thornton
  7. Sending love and condolences to Don and Nita, and all of the Brown family and Scott’s friends. It is very difficult to lose a family member or a friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Betty and Ken McCray
  8. Sherene,

    I’m very sorry to hear about Scott’s passing, I know your heart broken. He was a great man and had so many people that loved him. Sending prayers for you and your family during this time of sorrow. ❤️🙏

    Carla Pronio
  9. Taya & Cody,So sorry for your loss of Scott.RIP Scott🙏

    Debby Deal
  10. Dear Brown Family,
    You are in our prayers. Please know we are here for you.
    Chris & Stacy

    Chris and Stacy Lopez
  11. This is such a great loss for the family and friends of Scotty. He was such a big presence in so many lives. He won my heart when he was just 3 years old with those beautiful eyes and great big smile. I’ll see you again Scotty and you can show me those big muscles as you used to when you were 3 years old. Prayers to Nita and Don. I can’t imagine your pain. Prayers to Jennifer and family. I know your hearts are heavy right now. May God shine His light upon you during this dark time in your lives.

    Norma Haugen

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