Raymond L. Brown

Sep 7, 1936 – Dec 25, 2017 (Age 81)


Raymond L. Brown, age 81, of Pascagoula and Gautier, MS, passed away unexpectedly on a walk on the trails of his property with his beloved dog Bebe, work gloves on. He was looking forward to being inducted into the inaugural class of the Sugar Bowl Hall of Fame in New Orleans next week on New...

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Offering my condolences during this difficult time of sorrow.
1Co. 15:26 you have my deepest sympathy for your loss.

May the hearer of our prayers give peace from above
May he continue to bring to mind the memories of your love one during these days
My prayers are with you

My sincere sympathy to the family. Please be comforted knowing GOD'S kingdom will bring peace. We pray for it. MATTHEW 6:10

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of such good man Raymond. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. The journey ahead will be long and hard, but stay strong in your endeavor to continue on. May it bring you comfort in knowing that thinking of the fond and happy times will keep him alive in your hearts and memory. May the God of all comfort, comfort you during this time of sadness. I also pray for you to have peace. (Isaiah 61:1, 2). Continue treasuring his great...

To the Brown family, may the God of all comfort sustain you at this time of such great loss.

So sorry to hear the loss of a good man! My thoughts and prayers are with the family . The journey ahead will be long and hard, but stay strong in your endeavor to continue on. That God the Almighty may grant you strength, endurance, comfort and peace "so you may abound in hope through the HolySpirit." (Ro.15:13) Treasuring his great accomplishments in your hearts and minds that it may carry you through these difficult moments.

To the family and friends of Mr. Raymond Brown may the God who comforts those who mourn give you all the strength to get through your time of grievance.

My sincere condolences at times such as this,few words of comfort maybe all that you can bear,so rely on God of all comfort and he will comfort you every morning in times of distress Isaiah 33:2.