Brownie Stacy Brunson

  • Born: March 14, 1930
  • Died: January 24, 2019
  • Location: Austin, Texas

Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home North

3125 N Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78705

info@wcfish.com
Tel. (512) 452-8811

Tribute & Message From The Family


Brownie Stacy Brunson, age 88, passed away peacefully in the presence of her daughters on January 24, 2019 in Austin, Texas. Brownie was born Alpha Brown Stacy in Austin on March 14, 1930 in Travis Heights, a subdivision that her grandfather William Stacy had recently developed. She was the only child of Franklin Allison Stacy and Bernice White Stacy.

She attended Camp Mystic and the University of Texas, and was president of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a duchess in the Tyler Rose Festival.

Brownie played an active part in Austin's cultural and civic growth. She worked tirelessly in the Symphony League of Austin, where she served in several positions, including Jewel Ball chair and decorations chair, and was instrumental in the development of Symphony Square. She was active in the Junior Austin Women's Club, the Helping Hand Home for Children, which her grandmother Clara Stacy had founded, the March of Dimes, the Laguna Gloria Museum and the Heritage Guild of Austin, which was responsible for saving the Driskill Hotel from demolition.

Brownie is survived by her daughters, Stacy Brunson and Cordelia Grosvenor, Cordie's husband Charles Grosvenor, and grandchildren James Miranda, Mark Miranda and Claire Grosvenor.

Friends and family are cordially invited to a funeral service in her honor, at noon, Friday, February 1, 2019 at Weed Corley Fish Funeral Home, 3125 North Lamar in Austin, with a reception to follow. Interment will be held at 3:30 p.m. at Oakwood Cemetery in Austin.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the Helping Hand Home for Children.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Just heard about Brownie. Her service was on mom's birthday. Sending prayers and big hug with fond memories and love. She will be missed. /Genie Lee Giles

Posted by Genie Giles - HOUSTON, TX   February 06, 2019

I will always cherish growing up with you Brownie and having you as my Godmother. So many fond memories of fun and love. Until we meet again. All my love.
Claudia McCall Boze

Posted by Claudia Boze - Chillicothe, IL - Family   February 01, 2019

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Oh, big hug to my sweet Stacy and her family. Next time we go walking in Travis Heights please point out her girlhood home. I look forward to more stories when your heart has healed some.

Posted by Paula Kothmann - Austin, TX - Friend   January 31, 2019

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To all the family, I send my love. Brownie was one of those second moms to me. I can remember the Book Club gatherings, the Symphony galas and parties to celebrate just about everything. Her energy was so infectious and her smile and laughter were always fun to be a part of. She was an artist in her own way which carried over into her children. She is up there with the gang, and I think one of the few who had not left earlier. Guess they provided a joy filled gathering when she got there. Oh how I would have loved to have seen the party. She will always be in my heart. She truly was a very special part of my parents and my time in growing up in Austin. Enjoy this next part of life. You have earned it.

Posted by Sarah Ready Bush - Lockhart, TX - Family Friend   January 30, 2019

Codie and Stacy,
I was sorry to hear of your mom's passing.She was a beautiful and funny lady and always so
gracious to everyone.I have so many memories of her and being at your home when we were kids,Cordie.
Tina Hackett Gregory

Posted by Tina Hackett Gregory - Bertram, TX - Friend   January 28, 2019


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My Mom, Beverly McCall , Stacy, Brownie and me, Claudia McCall Boze, eating lunch at Tarry House. xo