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Obituary for Rebekka Mae Brown LeCounte

Miracles happen everyday in profound ways that remind us of the greatness and awesome power of our Creator.

So in His divine wisdom,God allowed for an angel to come forth and be a representative of His miraculous healing power. That angel is Rebekka Mae Brown Lecounte.

Those that closely knew her, knew of her life’s journey, and how God chose her to be a vessel of miracles to inform the world that there’s no greater power than the power of God.

We will always cherish the fond memories, laughter, tears, and precious times shared. Her spirit lives on because “Miracles never die. They are forever etched in our hearts, minds and souls.

The work that she's done on earth are representations of her being a miracle. Again, miracles never die; her works live on through her family, friends, and all who knew her!

Miracles are eternal. And she is eternally resting in the arms of her eternal Savior.

Arrangements are entrusted to Thorne's Mortuary in Stuart, FL., | "A Ministry of Comfort"

Rebekka’s Life Story

Rebekka Mae Brown LeCounte was born April 20, 1978, in Miami, FL to Eddie and Vera Mae Brown, both preceded her in death. She is the youngest of four children. Her older brother, Eddie Brown Jr., who also preceded her in death. Rebekka was affectionately known as Bekka. Rebekka was known for her positive outlook on life and her sense of humor made everyone she came in contact with feel they were important and had a sense of purpose

Bekka's favorite saying. “I am Strong in faith giving God all the glory; Don't be moved, but be fully persuaded”.

Rebekka and Cornelius met in elementary school (Miami Park Elementary) and built a strong bond together. Rebekka attended and graduated from (G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School).

My wife is a miracle baby. Her mom went to the Doctor not feeling well. Her tubes had been tied for 8 years and the Doctor's broke the news she was pregnant with Rebekka. When Rebekka was a little girl a car crashed into her home, drove into her room and hit her in the bed, knocked her out of bed and she was pinned against the wall; with her mattress between her and the car. No injuries. When she was about six months pregnant with our youngest son, someone ran a stop sign and hit her. Her car flipped three times. There were no injuries to her or our unborn baby. As she went through this cancer battle, so many miracles happened. In November, we went to the doctor's office and they didn't like her numbers so they sent us to the emergency room. Rebekka had a blood clot in her heart, left leg, and in both lungs. The doctor's had no idea how she was still alive. Even though the doctor's kept telling me in the end she wasn't going to make it, I just kept saying she has beaten everything life has thrown at her, and she will beat this. Bekka has beaten cancer. She Chose to go home and be with the Lord. She has so many miracle stories you would think you're reading about someone from the Bible. After being unconscious for three days spending time with God she made the decision to enter the gates of heaven. The bible says all things work together for our good. Rebekka is in a renewed body, healed of all iniquity, all diseases, and only experiences Joy and happiness. Rebekka lived and experienced a full and joyful life in her short 44 years.

Bekka is a force of Gravity. She has the ability to pull people from all walks of life together. When you look at Bekkas friends. It contains people from all walks of life, races and religions. Bekka listened to all types of music from country, to hip hop, to rap, to gospel. If you look up the word diversity Bekkas pic should be next to it. Rebekka…your children will miss you, your sisters will miss you, your family and friends will miss you. I your husband of 18 years, and your best friend for 35 years will miss you, But we will NEVER Forget you. We will honor you by living each day to the fullest, and by dancing like no one is watching.

She was a member of Words of Life Fellowship Church in North Miami Beach, FL.

Rebekka made her transition to be with the Lord on Thursday, February 16, 2023, at the tender age of 44. She leaves to mourn her husband of 18 years, Cornelius Bernard LeCounte; three children, Jonathan Brown (Monique Emile), Sahrai LeCounte, and Cornell LeCounte; four grandchildren, Mariah Brown, Janiyah Brown of Miami, FL, Rhoshunda Thomas, Orlando, FL. and Jonathan Brown Jr.; two sisters, Rita Brown and Yelenda Bradley; father-in-law, Herbert LeCounte; mother-in-law, Mary LeCounte Gorham; nephews, Demark Whittaker, Peter Angrand Jr., Kevin Brown, Brandon St. Jean; nieces, Wanda Brown, Ka'lisha Brown and Renee Seymore; sisters-in-law, Sheila R. Gorham of San Antonio, Tx and Erica S. LeCounte of Tampa, FL; aunts, Leticia Smith Hardy, Terri A. Smith-Blackman, Kay D. Smith and Tangela Y. Smith; uncles, George E. Smith (Donna), Ronald Smith, Timothy Smith (Sherryl), Artie B. Smith Jr., Jonathan L. Smith (Kathey), Tony D. Smith (Bobbie), Allen K. Smith and Prince K. Smith; and a host of cousins and many sorrowing friends.