Ezell Brown

June 8, 1955July 6, 2019

Ezell Brown, 64, gained his wings July 6, 2019 at his home in North Little Rock, Arkansas. His funeral service will be held Saturday, July 20th at Second Baptist Church, 1709 John Barrow Rd Little Rock, Arkansas at 11:00 AM, followed by internment at Pine Crest Cemetery.

Ezell was born on June 8, 1955 in DeWitt, Arkansas to Bessie Mae and Louis Brown. He was a devoted father, brother and friend. He worked for 30 plus year at Dillard’s Corp. He loved cooking, hunting and meeting people. He never met a stranger. He is survived by his 3 daughters, Jaleesa, Kenesha and Eyvonne, 3 grandchildren, 6 brothers and 4 sisters. He was proceeded in death by his parents, 1 brother and 1 sister.


  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, July 20, 2019

  • Burial

    Saturday, July 20, 2019


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Jerry "tree top" Taylor

July 21, 2019

Ezel was my friend. He helped me and Marianna meeting for the first time . I enjoyed conversations with ezel. I love you and I miss you. I'm see you I. Heaven my friend

Mike Poe

July 20, 2019

Although I haven’t bartended at pizza d action in almost a decade, I did work there for 15 years. Ezell was one of my absolute favorite people that visited our corner place quite often, of course our mutual friend Georgie was my absolute favorite. Ezell came for fellowship, not the alcohol. He gave great advice and even greater smiles. He was such a comfort and a very charming man to be around. I will miss him very much. Much love and peace to the entire Brown family and his many friends. -Mike Poe

Shirley Brown

July 20, 2019

My deepest condolences to the family. Ezell Brown kept a smile on his face. When I would see him, I knew a good meal would be on the stove and I would be ready to eat. Always welcome me in
He will be missed.

Shirley Brown

Paul Corbitt

July 19, 2019

EZell telling any story especially the one of his mom teaching him to cook. Lord did you ever eat anything this wonderful man cooked. God bless you dear friend. God bless your sainted mother. You two are cooking in heaven now. Save jack and I a mess of something. Oh and I apologize for all the times I made you roll your eyes and wipe your head and giggle profusely

Lee Holt

July 18, 2019

Years ago I worked at Dillard's with Ezell. He was always a a help, a smile, a bright spot in the day, and a good laugh. I am sorry for your deep loss and will miss him. My prayers are with his family.


July 17, 2019

Christ has made it possible
for you to be victorius in Him,
you are more than a conqueror!

May you be strengthened
and encouraged by HIM.

Chris Leibrock-Dent

July 17, 2019

Ezell and I grew up together in DeWitt. He always had a smile and was a man of many kind words for his fellow students. Condolences to his family. May he Rest In Peace.
Chris Leibrock Dent

Cami jackson

July 14, 2019

Ezell....It seems so hard to believe that you are not here with us....God sent his Angels😇😇😇 to bring you on home to him...We thank God for the time he has blessed us with you...He needed his Special Angel back in his arms....I enjoyed working at Dillard's with you for 11 years that I was there...I enjoyed your many conversations and jokes...We were really blessed to have you as a friend! I can say this.....You were really there for me when my father (who recently passed away in March) you checked on me even after the funeral and when things got silent in my life and when all the visits and calls stopped from others...I remember Your Baby Girl Jaleesa and I were frequently at CARTI weekly together with You and My Father and that's how you met my dad....I know after my Father passed was hard on you, spirit wise...because you two were going through the same illness and you knew one day you might had to leave this 🌎 also...but through it all you remained Happy and Strong for yourself and others and I salute you and you have done a job well done!✔ God Bless you and Rest your Soul...Much Love, Cami❤

Monda Fletcher

July 13, 2019

Ezell was a wonderful friend. He was the kinda guy who would pitch in and help with anything. We started with Dillard’s the same year at the McCain store. I think he helped me move 3 times over the years. I’m going to miss that smile and early morning catch ups outside his cubicle. Prayers for his family at this time. Even though he is no longer suffering, the hole he leaves in the hearts of his friends and family will be felt for a long time.
Peace to you all.

Marilyn Graham

July 12, 2019

Ezell always gave and showed us such unconditional friendship and love. Over the years, I didn’t see him often but whenever I saw him, he was always the genuine, sincere and loving friend I knew most of my life. I will never forget you my “Friend.”
My sincere condolences and prayers,
Marilyn (Gaither) Graham