Minister Mable Irene Brown

April 13, 1932June 3, 2018

Minister Mable Irene Brown, age 86, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, passed away on the 3rd of June, 2018 at her home in Phoenix, Arizona.

She resided in Arizona for 51 years. Minister Brown was born on the 13th of April, 1932 to mother, Evangelist Mary E. Perkins, who passed on the 1st of August 2016 and Abraham Walters, date of passing is unknown.

Minister Brown became a licensed minister in 1995 and she and her eldest son, James B. Davis, established God’s Church, Love Tabernacle in 1996. Through the work of the ministry, she was able to help the homeless, addicts and prostitutes with not just physical items, but most of all spiritual. She graduated from South Mountain Community College in 1986 with an Associate’s Degree in Psychology.

Minister Brown was married twice, having six children from her first marriage to Manuel N. Davis, whom she is survived by as listed; James B. Davis (wife Jeanine), Dorletha E. Lytle, who resides in Massachusetts, Carol A. Hairston, resides in Pennsylvania, Phillip E. Davis (wife Barbra), Phyllis Davis-Jefferies, and Mark N. Davis, all of whom reside in Arizona. Her second marriage to William D. Brown having two children as listed; Crystal I.M. Brown and William D. Brown III (wife Lavonne) all of whom reside in Arizona. She is also survived by twenty-eight grandchildren, fifty-four great grandchildren, twelve great-great grandchildren, and John Thiele, adopted son, who resides in Arizona. It is with great sorrow that we will all miss her, but in Faith we all know that she is at home with Our Father.


  • Dewey Jefferies
  • William Maroney 
  • James Davis Jr. 
  • Morris Campbell 
  • Austen Campbell 
  • Kurtis Anderson
  • James Davis Sr. , Honorary
  • Phillip Davis , Honorary
  • Mark Davis, Honorary
  • William Brown III, Honorary
  • Brian Pierce , Honorary
  • John Thiele , Honorary


  • Visitation Friday, June 22, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 22, 2018

Minister Mable Irene Brown

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Mellanese Pittman

June 12, 2018

Rest in Peace Mrs. Brown, you will be missed. I will always remember the words of wisdom you shared with me for the 3 yrs we were neighbors, and my periodic visits from Princess who knew she was welcome to walk in more than in human when ever she chose to.