Jennifer "Jennie" Brown Wyatt passed away at the age of 51 on August 30, 2023. Jennie is survived by her husband, Brian Wyatt, her three daughters, Helen Wyatt, Alice Wyatt, and Jane Wyatt, sister Mandy Brown Fox, parents Jim Brown and Nancy Brown; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, friends and loved ones.
Born in Texas, she was a product of Birmingham, AL where she grew up in the comfort of a loving and Christian home. She graduated from Furman University in South Carolina. Jennie was a dedicated Paladin, but was a life-long Alabama fan. Jennie was a loving mother, wife, neighbor, and co-worker who ruled the neighborhood fantasy hockey league with an iron fist.
After meeting a young Tennessean at a surprise party, sparks flew and she agreed to a first date for a Tennessee/Alabama football game in Knoxville. After dating long distance for over a year, she moved to Nashville to make him the luckiest young man on the planet. The following year Jennie and Brian were married. After several decades of Alabama victories Jennie never boasted, she just politely offered to move the Tennessee flag from the front of the house to the back.
Jennie blessed the world with 3 lovely girls who share her strength, beauty, intelligence, and grace. She authored a web page filled with stories at wyattpages.blogspot.com. Her talent for writing was a gift and showed how deeply she loved and cared for those close to her.
Jennie spent her working days through the years at law firms in Birmingham and Nashville in both accounting roles and later Human Resources. Her work at Butler Snow was genuinely important to her and she saw her role as a way to help others and she will be truly missed. The chili cook-off should be named in her honor since she still has the first place medal, engraved spatula, and glass trophy. Dave knows he kept entering Campbells soup and spaghetti, but she let him do it anyway.
There will be visitation Saturday, September 23, 2023 from 11:00 am until 12:00 with a brief service to follow. Both will be held at Pavilion at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home (9090 Highway 100, Nashville, TN 37221). In lieu of flowers the family would like to direct you to the Nashville Predators Foundation as Jennie loved her Predators.