Kevin Brown

Atlanta, Georgia


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Family-Placed Death NoticeKevin Lee Brown, 46, native of Atlanta, died peacefully at a local hospice Monday, October 22nd, 2007, after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his mother, Mary Welden Brown; father, Carlton L. Brown; brother Dr. Steven L. Brown (Tamarah); two nieces and one...

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I'm so sad to hear that Kevin passed. I'm one of his good friends from Chicago. Rest in peace my dear friend. You will be greatly missed...

I am so grieved to have just learned of Kevin's passing. We last corresponded in 2005. He was so vibrant at that time; I am shocked at this news. I cannot believe that he is gone, or that I let those two last years slip by me. Kevin accomplished so much in his short life, despite his grave illness. I have the warmest memories of him from our youth. Kevin was a wonderful person and I miss him. My sincerest condolences to his loved ones.

I have so many wonderful memories of Kevin and the his whole family from when I was growing up. Mrs. Brown, you were so wonderful to me and to all of Kevin's friends. I have never forgotten all you did for us while we were in elementary and high school. I am so very sorry to hear that Kevin is gone. My family will keep your family in our prayers.

kevin im glad u rest on peace now wish u were here silly, but i guess now u are in a better place = rest on peace bubu''

Mrs Brown-
I am so sorry to hear of your loss, but take heart in knowing that Kevin is no longer suffering. He was a kind & caring person.

Craig and family,
I was so very sorry to hear the news about Kevin. I know that this is a very difficult time for you. It has been decades since I last saw Kevin, but he always had such an energy and life to him - so much fun to be around. We are thinking of you.
From, Anna and Steve Brazeale and family

My thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy go out to you. Kevin will be missed. Mary, please feel free to contact me anytime. I would be delighted to see you again. I certainly understand your sorrow.

Kevin had the power to light up a room and get the energy going! The time that I did get to spend with him was always fun and/or interesting. He will be missed and his family is in my prayers.

Was so glad to have spent time with Kevin lately. We will ALL have "Kevin stories" to tell for many years to come. He was a friend to and of all.