Korri Brown death: Korri Brown PSEA death, obituary
Korri Brown death happened Saturday May 18th, 2019. Her tragic passing was confirmed by PSEA – PA State Education Association who wrote a statement on their Facebook page that read:
The PSEA community today is mourning the loss of PSEA Vice President Korri Brown, who passed away this morning just before the PSEA House of Delegates was scheduled to meet.
Korri spent her life in service to others. She worked as a special education and emotional support teacher for nearly 20 years. And from the very beginning, she stepped up as a leader at the local, region, and PSEA state level.
Korri was one of a kind – a strong voice for her students and a tireless advocate for her PSEA brothers and sisters. She leaves a legacy that we will never forget.
Please take time this weekend to remember Korri and to appreciate all that she did to strengthen our schools and to make Pennsylvania a better place to live, go to school, and work.
Korri Brown death:
Ms. Korri Brown was last active on social media on May 8th, 2019. At the moment, her cause of death, details about how her death happened are still sketchy.
Read touching tributes from Ms. Korri’s loved ones, friends:
- From Pennridge Education Association:
PEA is saddened to report the death of PSEA Vice President Korri Brown. Korri was a truly remarkable advocate for our students and teachers. She will be missed terribly.
- From Melissa Lawson:
My sweet Soror, I am heartbroken to hear of your passing. You always had the best hugs at chapter meeting and encouraging words. As fellow educators, this is a huge blow to us as you were representing us well. Rest in Heaven and May your spirit live on in us.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Korri Brown was elected PSEA vice president on Nov. 29, 2018. She took over for Rich Askey, who became PSEA president on Nov. 13.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
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Korri was a true advocate for education. We loved her passion and drive as she fought for the rights teachers, which would directly impact students. Korri will always be remembered for who she was as a person and her legacy. We are blessed to have her touch our lives.