Daryl Andrew Brown

April 2, 1965December 15, 2018

Daryl Andrew Brown, age 53, of Daytona Beach Shores, Florida passed away on Saturday December 15, 2018. Daryl was born April 2, 1965.

Daryl is survived by his mother Joan A. Brown, his sister Cheryl Brown-Work, his nephew Kory Work, niece Lauren Work, and many, many friends. Daryl Andrew Brown will be dearly missed by all those that knew and loved him.

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Jamie Tennison

February 8, 2019

Daryl was my best friend, my love, we were supposed to grow old together sitting on the front porch of the nursing home in rocking chairs. To lose him so young and so suddenly is just not fair and such a tragedy. When Daryl loved, he did it with all his heart, and he loved and WAS LOVED by so, so many. The outpouring of grief I've received upon hearing of his death has been immense. I will miss those baby blues, his hilarious, dry sense of humor that got me through countless programs and knowing that I had his love forever. My best memories were time spent with Daryl. Joan, Cheryl, Lauren and all of Daryl's family, I wish you peace and healing during this impossibly difficult time. There is a very special angel in heaven now. He is with Foster and his father and his spirit will live on forever. Love, Jamie

Bonnie Purvis

January 10, 2019

I met Daryl through my best friend Cheryl. He was so cute and we became boyfriend and girlfriend for a while. We were teenagers in junior high school. When it ended we remained friends. I have so many memories going to the quarter midget racing with him. How shy I was when he would hold my hand.
Though life's circumstances separated us physically, I always held him in my heart. I miss you

Bill Masterson

December 27, 2018

Damn did I love the man! He made me laugh so hard in the years we worked together - then would get mad at me and give me that look - and that would make me laugh even harder. And for those who knew his favorite line I'm sure he's looking down on us and saying it now - "I wonder what HE makes, I could do that!" Daryl my friend - you will be missed!

Stacy Pedrick

December 27, 2018

I had the pleasure of meeting Daryl and working with him on programs. He was a joy to work with and always made us laugh. He wasn't just "group staff", he was considered family. It was a joy to see him return on any program as we knew we would be in for a great week with Daryl and Jamie in the house;)
Until we meet again my dear friend, RIP Daryl, you will be deeply missed by all of us~

Anita Stimson

December 26, 2018

I worked with Daryl as travel staff for many years, and he would grab my hand and hold it while we walked through hotels, just a pair of good friends, laughing through our day. He had a ritual at the start of every job where he would play the video "King Burger" just to put a smile on everyone's faces. He did that the best--putting smiles on everyone's faces. Will surely miss Daryl, but know he is walking beside us, grabbing our hands as we walk down the hall.

Mike Johnston

December 21, 2018

Daryl made it fun to come to work. I never have laughed more than when I was with Jamie and Daryl in the heat of a program that would make most people cringe. He will be missed by all, but I'm sure we will see him manning the Registration Desk to Heaven when the time comes, and it will be wonderful to hug him once again.

Carrie Braxkeen

December 19, 2018

A friend to all, a heart so big, witty beyond belief, the king of fun, best listener, generous, so darn smart, loved his family and friends! Daryl warmed my heart so much that it burned a hole in my shirt! That hole will never be filled by anyone or anything else but the wonderful memories I have of my forever friend, Daryl❤️

RIP and Godspeed, Daryl Brown 😘