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John (Johnny) Leroy Brown

23 abril , 19695 septiembre , 2020
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John L. Brown “Johnny,” age 51 passed away September 5, 2020. He loved his family and was very generous and kind hearted. He enjoyed tinkering with electronics and his vehicles. He loved his music. Beloved twin brother of Constance M. Brown (Mark Ulbrik), his sister Virginia Brown, His girlfriend Nichole L. Roemer. Proud uncle of Melissa A. Sordino, Jessie L. Brown, Eugene G. Brown, Crystal Dunaway, Claude L. Brown Jr., Lindsay M. O’Toole, Daniel W. Brown, Brandon M. Strobel and Maria A. Tripodi and great-uncle to 13 great- nieces and great- nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Delmar L. and Carol A. Brown; his brothers Delmar L. Brown and Claude L. Brown; his nephews Delmar L. Brown Jr., Justin W. Brown and Michael A. Sordino. Johnny is survived by many cousins, aunts and uncles. Visitation will be Saturday, September 12, 2020 from 3pm until 8pm, with a sharing service at 7pm at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Avenue, Roseville. Furthermore, more information for Celebration of Life will be Saturday, September 19, 2020 at Mario’s Detroit. Please share a memory with the family on Johnny’s online guestbook. The Lord has taken you way to soon. You didnt know what to do. We knew you felt misconstrued. You struggled to articulate. The feelings you were feeling that you needed to say. For the most part, they all were right. You tried so hard and that we know. We also know you were too tempted to say no. In God you wanted to trust your heart, not to lust after things you shouldnt You couldnt change those hunger pains. That if you could you wouldnt. You were scared that if you didnt change, your heart and soul shall wilt. So in the end you bent to that gripping sin. So the Lord would comfort you and finally win. Your hidden thoughts you could never explain. The raw emotion you perceived in the end was our unbridled pain. Good is your heart now free to roam. We gather in silence with a pain filled plea. Honor thy Family as death has taken its toll. Blessed be forever...God rest your soul ! Johnny B. R.I.P. I Love you Johnny...Your Twinster Connie B

  • FAMILIA

  • Constance M. Brown (Mark Ulbrik), Twin Sister
  • Virginia Brown, Sister
  • Nichole L. Roemer, Girlfriend
  • Melissa A. Sordino, Jessie L. Brown, Eugene G. Brown, Crystal Dunaway, Claude L. Brown Jr., Linsay M. O'Toole, Daniel W. Brown, Brandon M. Strobel & Maria A. Tripodi, Nieces & Nephews
  • Also a great-uncle to 13 great-nieces and great-nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Delmar L. and Carol A. Brown; his brothers Delmar L. Brown and Claude L. Brown; his nephews Delmar L. Brown Jr., Justin W. Brown and Michael A. Sordino. Johnny is survived by many cousins, aunts and uncles.

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Nichole Roemer

octubre 17, 2020

Just thought you should know this. Lil johnny has so many of your characteristics that I swear I feel like you are with me all the time... Which is a very comforting feeling... You would have mad him a great daddy just as before with all your animal kids! We love you!!!

Nichole Roemer

octubre 17, 2020

Just one of the many absolutely gorgeous pictures of Johnny... It never gets old looking at his beautiful face heart and soul!! I sure do miss you babe! What I wouldn't give to have 1 more kiss, hug, smile laugh or even a mad face!! I will love you forever and a day... Until we meet again Lover!! Your angel 😇

Nichole Roemer

octubre 17, 2020

Gail Alessi

octubre 16, 2020

So! Connie and I weren’t really hanging out at this time of our lives although Johnny and I were! So he came over to my place and said that his 🥎⚾️🏐🏀⚽️🎾where dry n itchy! So I suggested some lotion and he put that on and screamed his head off very mad at me jump in the shower it burns! So yeah that’s my funny story! R.I.P. 🦃🦃🦃

Maria Leo

octubre 16, 2020

Always knew how to make my day! Smile when I didn't want to!

Maria Leo

octubre 16, 2020

We have so many memories. For 30 years we always were eachothers rock, safe place, secret keeper, and most importantly best friends! Never a dull moment with you, always a adventure. I did hate shopping with him though! 10 min trip would turn into a lifetime (thats how it felt anyway) and he was still the same way last time we bbq , I told him steaks are there, I will grab everything else. From the other side of the store I hear what about making, No john! Hey maybe, no john! Omg did you see this, yes john we don't need it! I had 10 things in my arms and at the cashier, waiting on him! 2 steaks, thats all he had to get! We laughed so much that night, Steak was perfect as usual! That's the last time I seen you, I miss you so much, there's so much I need to tell you! Quarter, dime, nickel, penny! I love you more! Till we meet again big daddy! If you're nice to my grandma she might make you lasagna!

Debra Whitmore

octubre 16, 2020

Johnny was always great to me! No matter what was going on in his life, he always visited me with a smile and a loving hug! He came over a week before we lost him and I’m great full for that chance to see him!
Debbie your cuz!

Dawn Hencak

octubre 16, 2020

Johnny is one of many cousins of mine that will be missed dearly. I have a lot of fun memories when we were all young and innocent playing at our grandmas house on the weekends, from climbing trees, eating the apples till we had stomach aches, skating on the ice, trips to the penny candy store, family BBQ , and can’t forget the tire swing Which at any given time we could have more than 5 of us on it swinging and hope it didn’t break. Our Family trips to Boblo Island was always a fun trip, the boys doing back flips on the boat. On the Island most of us either road the roller coaster and the sky diver and enjoyed the haunted house illusion show.
Johnny always had a smile and that’s what I miss most. 💜

Rachael Rozenski

octubre 15, 2020

Rest easy Uncle John, you will forever be missed.
Until we see eachother again;
XoXo

Eugene Brown

octubre 14, 2020

Rest easy Big Turkey! I sure do miss you around, just asking me to come have a beer or even just to hangout. Love ya Unc, I'll see you again someday.

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Biografía

If there was ever a person who wanted to heal all the wrongs in the world, it was John Leroy Brown. He was an idealist who sought to bring harmony to those around him. Even though (Johnny) was enthusiastic and generous, it was sometimes difficult for him to boast about his accomplishments. (Johnny) had strong personal convictions, making it hard for him to relinquish those ideals he held dearest to himself. Despite his outer strengths and beliefs, (Johnny) sometimes struggled in his efforts to see the world as completely positive. (Johnny)'s life motto was always to hope for the best and work hard towards that end, but be prepared for some of life's disappointments. This philosophy was a continual driving force in his life, but it did not extinguish the bright light that defined the dreamer in (Johnny), something that was always there and that he readily shared with everyone around him.

      (Johnny) was born on April 23, 1969 at Mt Clemens General Hospital in Mt Clemens, Michigan. His parents were Delmar Laverne Brown & Carol Ann Brown. (Johnny) was raised in Thornton Colorado/ Fraser Michigan/ East Detroit Michigan. As a youngster, (Johnny) demonstrated an excellent vocabulary and command of language. He was a compassionate person, a quality that he would carry with him throughout his life. Even at a young age, (Johnny) was sensitive to his parents’ moods and worked hard to please them and live up to their expectations.

      Throughout his life, (Johnny) showed a remarkable ability to mend relationships. This was true even with his siblings. (Johnny) was caring, diplomatic and tolerant of the feelings of those around him. (Johnny) was raised with He had 4 siblings. 2 Brothers & 2 Sisters. Virginia Fern Brown / Delmar Laverne Brown / Claude Lee Brown / Constance Marie Brown. (Johnny) was constantly involved in activities with his brothers and sisters. (Johnny) and his siblings had the typical rivalries while growing up, but they cared deeply for one another.

      As a young boy, (Johnny) lived a childhood filled with fantasy. He was generally in pursuit of his own identity, but he was also adaptable to almost any situation he faced. (Johnny) He took part in a baseball league/ He liked track n field day / jumping on the trampoline. He was in little league baseball/ boater safety course/ Clinton River Boat Club. In his spare time he liked swimming / making model cars / riding his bike / playing tag and hide and seek. John Johnny's memorable achievements included getting one of the highest scores a person could on your G. E. D . He was an accomplished Baker/ hair stylist / he was very active. However, to (Johnny), the most fun to be had was simply playing, and spending time with his many friends.

      High school was a time for (Johnny) to seek out knowledge. He enjoyed learning and had a natural interest in gathering information. (Johnny) had a flair for the poetic and was very expressive and articulate, especially when it came to his writing. (Johnny) took his education seriously. He graduated from East Detroit High in 1987. He enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. His favorite class in high school was wood shop. The teacher he enjoyed learning from the most was his Special Education teacher at Kelly Jr High. Johnny didn't go very far in High School. He was diagnosed with ADHD. He got bored quickly! He dropped out in 10th grade and received his GED a few years later.

      (Johnny)'s love of learning carried over to his college years. He applied himself scholastically, and he developed a particular interest in the humanities. In fact, (Johnny) often viewed himself as a bit of a scholar when it came to his studies. He excelled at Welding / Electronics. He was an accomplished Baker / Barber / and a cook. His favorite courses were Welding. He looked up to his welding teacher. He completed some courses in Welding.

      While those who did not know him well found (Johnny) to be somewhat reserved until they got to know him, he was an authentic and devoted friend. (Johnny) was a tranquil person, with an easygoing and open-minded attitude towards life. He presented a pleasant face to the outside world but concealed the pain and discomfort he felt over his own friends’ difficulties. (Johnny) sought to achieve harmony with everyone and possessed the ability to mend conflicts and avoid interpersonal struggles. While growing up, some of his best friends were Rick and Sherry Wingert/ Laura and Norman Saulnier/ Michelle and David MacDonald/ Jenny Goron / Jim Stella/ Jim Ligarotis / Mike and. Sherry Wilson/ Kim Koponen / Dawn McCormick/ Paul, Steve and jenny Pellerito. Later in life, he became friends with Nichole Roemer/ Maria Leo /Tracey Spencer/ Jason Lewandowski.

      The desire for romance was always present in (Johnny)'s life. (Johnny) cared passionately for Nichole. His deep loyalty and a strong commitment to his vows brought a sense of completeness to their marriage.

      (Johnny) was a gentle person who held deep feelings for his children. He enjoyed having fun with his kids and was at times fiercely protective of them. (Johnny) showed great empathy in his willingness to give every family member a voice in family decisions.

      Blessed with a strong sense of integrity, (Johnny) was as loyal and committed in his work as he was in the rest of his life. (Johnny) worked well with fellow employees and showed great cooperation in reaching common goals. Though he had a tendency to take on too many tasks, himself; (Johnny) showed great patience with complicated situations. He was ingenious and trusted his intuition. For (Johnny), the application of logic could be optional, and while that sometimes bothered his co-workers, (Johnny) always seemed to be able to get the job done. He was most comfortable working on the projects and jobs that he strongly supported. His primary occupation was a welder / Laborer. He was employed working as a hard wood floor installer and as a laborer laying carpet. He also worked for Forge Temp agencies. (Johnny) always tried to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

      (Johnny) enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. His favorite pursuits were welding / tinkering with electronics / swimming/ working on his vehicles/ cooking/ listening to music / He liked playing racing games on Play station like need for speed/ grand theft auto/ renting movies/ wrote songs and poems. (Johnny) was content to enjoy his hobbies alone but he was also willing to share his interests with others.

      (Johnny)'s tremendous enthusiasm for the activities he enjoyed also influenced the pleasure he drew from sports. Recreational sports included Hand ball / Volleyball. (Johnny) also enjoyed watching sports and liked following his favorite teams whenever he got the chance to do so. Football.

      With a calling to help others and a fierce conviction for the causes in which he believed, (Johnny) would work hard for his values and principles. (Johnny) was a loyal member of several community groups, He like to help people whenever he could. He had a really big heart, a soft spot for the elderly. Politically Johnny was a Republican.

      (Johnny) took all of his personal and moral obligations seriously. (Johnny) was a strong defender of his faith. During our youth Johnny attended Sunday School/ he was baptized twice. Once as an Adult and once as a child.

      Being a selfless person, (Johnny) did not seek approval from his peers, but he valued the recognition he received for his good deeds. Some of his most prestigious awards included nominated for quiet poets award through National poets Society. One of his poems mad the National poets Society book in September of 2008.

      (Johnny) enjoyed traveling and going away on vacations. Taking trips provided the chance for him to kick back and relax, to visit new places and see new things. Favorite vacations included Boblo Island/ Cedar Point/ Mio Mi - Family reunion, camping And canoing the Ausable River trip/ Standish Mi, Camping and Canoing the Rifle River/ Kentucky.

      (Johnny) was a lover of animals and cherished his pets. One of (Johnny)'s favorites was Lola was a Jack Russell terrier/ Schelty. Johnny always said she was a mini lassie. They were best friends for 6 yrs. His family was rounded out by his Bearded Dragons. Drix and Mama. Loco his Domestic Short Hair, he goes by the name Johnny now.

      (Johnny) passed away on September 5, 2020 at In Bobby Dulecki. His bedroom at the foot of his bed. It's been undetermined at this point! Its was labeled suspicious and is under investigation! He had ingested something that ultimately caused his death. He is survived by his Twin Sister Constance Marie Brown, His Niece Crystal Dunaway/ Maria Tripoli/ Lyndsay O'toole, His Nephews Jessie Lee Brown, Eugene Gustav Brown, Claude Lee Brown Jr, Daniel Wade Brown. His Aunts Susan Wiita, Waniita Line, Kelly Line, Claudine Steckline and Wanda Shepherd. His Uncles Mike Wiita, Maurice Gene Brown, Steve Brown and Nick Brown. Several cousins and a few great nieces and nephews. John Johnny was cremated and his Twin Sister Constance Brown is in possession of his remains . She spread some of his remains where his Father Delmar Laverne Browns ashes were scattered. In Fraser Colorado up past the Continental Divide,.

      John Leroy Brown was someone who was able to see the world as a good and honorable place. He viewed the people who inhabited it as essentially good. A person who tended to see the world in terms of black and white, (Johnny) tried to focus on the good he saw, knowing that there were times he would have to compromise. He was selfless and deeply committed to all things positive and good. (Johnny) was a person who would keep his eye on tomorrow and constantly held onto his dreams. He was capable of being mystical at times, and he could be the seer or shaman of a group. It was this exceptional insight and quiet reserve that became (Johnny)'s trademark qualities for all who knew him, and it was one of the many reasons why all who knew him loved John Leroy Brown.

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