Leon Brown
1941 - 2019
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Leon Brown passed away peacefully on May 21, 2019. Leon was born in Gary, IN. on August 13, 1941. He graduated from Roosevelt High School, class of 1959 and retired from U.S. Steel. Leon was an avid golfer and enjoyed his jazz music. He was preceded in death by his parents, Willie and Maggie Brown, and siblings Tommy, Leatha, Dorothy, and Charles. He leaves to cherish his memories son Leon (Darcey) Brown of Houston TX., daughters Bernadette Brown of Crown Point, IN. and Tonda Jernigan of Hammond, IN. and stepdaughter Terri King of Killeen, TX. He also leaves to cherish his memory 3 grandchildren, Leon Brown III, Sydnie Brown, and Nikolas Brown. A memorial service will be held on Saturday June 1st, 2019 at 11am at Guy and Allen Funeral Home, 2959 West 11th Ave., Gary, IN. 46404

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Published in Post-Tribune on May 29, 2019.
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June 4, 2019
to the brown family our condolences and sympathy are with you. leon and i came out of roosevelt high school in 1959 very nice person he shall be missed
gwendolyn turner west
May 31, 2019
To the Brown family. Our condolences and sympathy. May God heal your hearts

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Levonia (Lee) Tate
May 31, 2019
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with your family during this time.
May 31, 2019
Anne Gilmore
May 30, 2019
So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort through heartfelt prayer with confidence that God will hear your prayers. May your fond memories also give you comfort.
Nichelle Bradley
May 30, 2019
Marvin Lewis
May 29, 2019
Our Dear Family,

You are in our thoughts and prayers. Our dear cousin will be greatly loved and missed.

Be Strengthened & Encouraged In The Lord.
Jeffery & Carmelita Black
May 29, 2019
Please accept my condolences. Jeremiah 29:11 assures us God is thinking thoughts of peace toward us; to give us a future and a hope. In the days to come may you find comfort in that hope.
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