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Haisten Funerals & Cremations

1745 Zack Hinton Parkway, McDonough, GA

OBITUARY

Phillip Jerome Brown

October 12, 1954June 8, 2019

Mr. Phillip Jerome Brown, age 64 of McDonough, passed away on Saturday, June 8, 2019, surrounded by his family, who he loved more than anything. He was born in Atlanta, GA to the late Young Hiram and Willene Johnson Brown. Phillip is survived by his wife: Debbie Brown; children: Tabatha Brown Johns and Terry Brown; beloved grandchildren: Brady Johns and Brandon Lee Johns; siblings: Sylvia Cheney, Brenda Williams, Charles Brown and Sandra Stargel; and a host of many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his brothers: Donald Brown and Arthur Ray Brown. Phillip graduated from Forest Park Senior High School in ’72 and later on became a minister. He was a gifted artist, specializing in wood carving. Phillip was a talented musician who taught himself to play many instruments and was a wonderful gospel singer. When Phillip, wasn’t playing guitar or singing, he enjoyed relaxing by fishing. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. at Unity Baptist Church in Stockbridge, GA. An urn burial will take place at a later date in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in College Park, GA.

  • FAMILY

  • Phillip is survived by his wife: Debbie Brown; children: Tabatha Brown Johns and Terry Brown; beloved grandchildren: Brady Johns and Brandon Lee Johns; siblings: Sylvia Cheney, Brenda Williams, Charles Brown and Sandra Stargel; and a host of many nieces and nephews.

Services

22 June

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

Unity Baptist Church


Stockbridge, GA

Memories

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Sandra Stargel

June 11, 2019

My bubba ,my friend, my mentor ..... I miss you so very much already! I hold it an honor and will cherish every moment I’ve had with you. You were a light to mine and Tony’s life and stepped right in when we lost our daddy and u filled his shoes. You made sure that we were taken to church and I thank you so much for teaching me about my Jesus! Bubba, you were always there for me and took care of me as a child and I have no words to say except , I know that you now have a very special place in Heaven ! You’ve made it bubba! You were a very Amazing brother and i was so very blessed that God chose me to be you’re little sisser💜 you have fun now and give Jesus , Mom,Dad, , Cameron , Donnie and Dale hugs and love for me and I firmly promise you ALL ILL MEET YALL BY THE RIVER! Ok bubba. Until then you’ll be in my heart forever and ever.

Danielle Godfrey (Brown)

June 11, 2019

Oh how I will miss my sweet Uncle Phil and listening to him sing and play gospel with my Daddy and Aunt Sandra! Growing up going to different places with them spreading the gospel are memories that I will never forget!! He was the dearest soul and sweetest, caring man and this world has definitely lost one of its sweet angels but he is no longer suffering. We will only part ways for now, Uncle Phil because your testimony and my salvation promise that we will meet again one day on the sweet side of Heaven!! I love you and will miss you dearly until then.

Charles Brown

June 11, 2019

My Brother was the most talented person in my life. He taught himself to play the guitar and harmonica at the same time. He was a free hand artist with drawings of many people in his life including a drawing of myself. He became an annointed Christian Minister and preached the word of God through Evangelism. He was a true Man of God! We had a wonderful last opportunity to sing with him a few days before his death that I will treasure for life. My Sister and I had the pleasure to take care of him in his last days and I was at his bedside holding his hand as he passed with the comfort of our Great Niece Autumn. He passed without any difficulties in breathing. It was so peaceful. I will miss my Brother tremendously but I will have our great memories forever. You are now resting Brother in a new
body in the arms of Jesus along with our dear Dad, Mother, Brother and many other family members and friends whom have gone home. I will always love you and hold our memories dear to my broken heart. Tony

Crystal Yarri

June 11, 2019

My childhood was filled with wonderful memories of my Uncle Phil. Hearing him, my Daddy, and my Aunt sing was something that I enjoyed so much. I’m so glad that I got to see him one last time before he went home. I love you and will miss you very much. RIP Uncle Phil. I’ll see you again in Heaven.

Tanya Harrison/Hutchinson

June 11, 2019

I remember as a little girl always being around my uncle Phillip. He was a huge part of my childhood and my favorite memories of him is when he sang with my mama and my other uncle Tony. No singing can compare to the singing of the those 3 siblings! Uncle Phil, was always so soft spoken and gentle and kind. I hardly ever heard him yell or say mean things to people. He was a precious light to this world. And he touched many souls. Mine being one of them. Uncle Phil , I’ll never forget you and I’ll always cherish the last 2 weeks I got to spend with you. We’ll see you in the Rapture. 🌹

Christen Brown

June 10, 2019

I love you Uncle Phil & always will. Your family will cherish you & hold you in our hearts. Praise God that he brought you home and ended your suffering. Love you Uncle Phil

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