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Kevin S. Brown

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Brown, Kevin S.
Kevin Brown, age 50, of Gahanna, Ohio, passed away Friday, March 2, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer. Kevin was born January 29, 1968 to Stanley and Maryann Brown. Kevin was a 1986 graduate of Whitehall Yearling High School. He worked the majority of his life as a landscape foreman for Green King and WinnScapes. Kevin was a member of the Dead Motorcycle Club of Columbus and had a very strong connection to the biker brotherhood and community. He was preceded in death by his father Stanley Brown and mother Maryann Brown, as well as many dear aunts and uncle. He is survived by his wife, Chrissi; son, Tommy; daughter, Tiffani; mother-in-law, Linda Franklin; sister, Vicki Woods; brother, Mitch Brown; nephew, Chris Woods; niece, Kate (Jim) Paddock; great niece, Bella Paddock; great nephews, Anthony and Lucca Paddock, as well as so many other cousins, family members and dear friends. Kevin was a hard worker who gave his all in helping others. He had a giant heart and always wanted to make people laugh and be happy. He did not know a stranger. He loved being surrounded by family and friends, and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Family will receive friends at the Full Armor of God Church, 14454 E. Broad Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio; Pastor Joel Kovacs, officiant, Thursday, March 8, 2018 from 4pm until the time of service at 5:30pm. A celebration of Kevin's life will follow immediately after the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Columbus Cancer Clinic or Mount Carmel Hospice in his memory. Arrangements by WHITE'S FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES, 867 S. JAMES ROAD, COLS, OH 43227, BENJAMIN F. "BENNY" WHITE, JR, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, (614)947-1123, whitesfh867.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Mar. 7, 2018
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