J.L. Brown

September 14, 1928 - October 10, 2019

Obituary for J.L. Brown

The Brown Family is sad to announce the passing of a loved one.

Mr. JL Brown was born September 17, 1928 in Sylvester,
GA to the late Fannie Mae White and Harry Brown,
He was his mother’s only child.
He was joined in holy matrimony with Hattie
Ann (Massey) Brown on September 25, 1950.

Mr. JL, well known as Daddy or
Granddad, was a railroad worker in Pennsylvania
for many years. He then moved to Sylvester,
Georgia and worked as a farmer until his health
began to decline. His wife, Hattie Ann Massey
Brown; two sons: Mr. Anthony C. Brown and
JL Brown Jr. preceded him in death.

He leaves to mourn his passing and cherish his loving memories: devoted daughters: Special one-his care taker,
Ms. Linda McCullough of Sylvester, GA, Ms. Patricia
Hickman of Pittsburgh, PA, Ms. Evelyn Williams of
Albany, GA, Ms. Vivian Brown of Atlanta, Ga,
Ms. Priscilla Tellis and Ms. Sarah Brown both of Albany, GA; sons: Mr. Joseph Brown of Albany, GA, Mr. Harry Brown of New Mexico, Robert (Anita) Brown of Sylvester, GA, Mr. Carlton Brown of Philadelphia, PA, Mr. Kelvin (Terri) Brown of Uniontown, PA, Mr. Veando Toomer and Mr. L.C. Tolver, whom he raised; two sisters-in-law: Ms. Lulabelle Brown of Ft. Myers, FL and Ms. Ethel Brown of Indianapolis, IN; Mrs. Sarah (Milton) Alston of Monroeville, PA, Shirley Scott and Yvonne Rose of Rankin, PA; brothers-in-law: Mr. James (Sonja) Massey of Braddock, PA, Mr. Fredrick (Pat) Massey of Murfreesboro, TN; a special friend: Bobby Sindey; a special
granddaughter: Tonya McCullough, a great
number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great great-grandchildren, a host of nieces,
nephews and other relatives and friends.



Funeral Service

03:30 PM
New Vision Worship Center
614 North Madison Street
Sylvester, GA 31791
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by FHW Solutions

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My deepest sympathy to the loved ones of Mr. Brown.
- Mark R. Dotson
My prayers and deepest condolences go out to the Brown family. You all took me in like I was one of your own. The labor of love will not be forgotten. Remember that earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
- Bobby Jones

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