Geneva Brown

Pittsburg, California

Nov 21, 1927 – Jun 3, 2013 (Age 85)

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I will always remember Mrs. Brown leading the song, "None But the Righteous Will See God" in the St. Mark choir. She was always kind to us as children in the church and Carpino St. community. God Bless and keep you all united in family love in honor of your Mama and our extended church Mom. --Jennifer Blackman, Pittsburg, CA June 13, 2013

Please know that we will all remember her for the love and guidance she gave us all. She has joined the other female warriors of St Mark, Fannie Davis, Savahnnah Spaulding, Aslee LeBlue, and the many more who gave us our foundation in faith, our prayers are with you, The LeBlue Family

I just want to take this opportunity to express my deepest sympathies to the family at the loss of Aunt Geneva. She will always be remembered as a pillar, and a role model who always had a kind and pleasant word. There are fond memories of Front St, the playground, and St Mark. I believe that she died a happy woman, and a proud mother, for having done her best with those who God had placed in her care. You all are in my prayers, and I hope that the well-wishes, and the many expressions of...

I will always have you in my Heart Auntie. I Love you Thank you for being in my Life and Helping teach my Children about the Bible we will Continue to have you in our hearts. The Joseph family

My love, prayers and condolences are with you all. I will miss Mother Brown greatly!

Prayers and condolences to the Brown Family..... Rev. Capers and Family

My Prayers are with you Family, May God Be With You and Comfort You.
Julia Sanders McAfee and Family

We send our deepest, sincerest condolence to the Brown family. Mother Brown was always very nice to us. We pray for you all in your time of bereavement. God Bless you.

My prayers are with you family. Aunt G will always be remembered by me. She was a prime example of the kind of woman I wanted to be as I grew up. Now as a grown woman I can remember being under her leadership in the youth choir at St. Mark along with aunt Fannie and others. Sorry I wont be able to be there in the physical but I surely will be with yall in spirit.


Geneva's Obituaries

Geneva BrownResident of PittsburgMother Geneva Brown was a member of St. Mark M. B. Church under the late Rev. J.H. Davis. She later joined with Mt. Zion Baptist Church when her husband the late Isaiah Brown was called into the ministry. After his death in 1971, she reunited with St. Mark Baptist...

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