Gerald E. "Jerry" Brown

27 July, 196911 September, 2020

Gerald E. “Jerry” Brown, 51, passed away Friday, September 11, 2020. Jerry was born in Westland, Michigan on July 27, 1969 to Gerald & Lois Brown. Jerry enjoyed snowmobiling, fishing, golfing, jet-skiing, and anything having to do with outdoor activities.

Jerry is survived by his wife, Victoria “Vikki”, daughters, Ashley Tuddles and Alycia Bies; grandchildren, Maurice, Donte, Jakobi, Bri’Leigh, Zander and A’Bria; siblings, Sherill (Don) Behnke, Kathy (Chuck) Michael, Bill (Ida) Denton, John (Charlotte) Denton, Michael (Drema) Denton, and Peter Denton. Many nieces and nephews also survive. In addition to his parents, Jerry was predeceased by his brother and sister-in-law, Ronald (Frances) Denton.

Family and friends may visit on Wednesday – September 16, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (with a time for gathering and sharing memories at 3:30 p.m.). Memorials in Jerry’s name may be made to: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, 55 E Jackson Blvd, Suite 490, Chicago, IL 60604 (800) 826-3632 (, or the charity of your choice.

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Ashley Tuddles

13 September 2020

He was my father, not by dna but because when I was a baby he was the man that stepped up! And for that I am forever great full! We been through a lot! More then most families ever see or Put their children through! But we made it! And it made me who I am today! I am strong and make sure my kids n niece n nephew want for nothing! He taught everything some things some parents wouldn’t even introduce their kids to but made sure I knew how to survive! Me n my sister never missed a beat! We went everywhere and got everything we wanted! My mom worked a lot so from helping tear off roofs, to building gas stations, to building houses me n Alycia was right there! His mental health and mind was never the same after his best friend art died but he made it through! The good the bad the ugly he always had a special place in my heart because he gave me a life my weak ass sperm donor didn’t! We had a special relationship one nobody would understand! I love you dad! -Ashley


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