OBITUARY

Eulos Brown

October 17, 1923May 7, 2020

Rev. Eulos Brown, age 96, of Rome, Georgia, passed away on May 7, 2020. Rev. Brown was preceded in death by his dear wife, Helen; son, Wayne, and siblings that included five sisters and one brother, and is survived by a host of nieces and nephews. Eulos served his country in the US Army during WWII. Upon his return home, he made his way to find a career at the Atlanta Gas Light Company. Rev. Brown alongside his wife worked tirelessly serving our Lord Jesus Christ. The pair dedicated their lives to the efforts of building churches and fostering the growth parishioners in the Church of God across North Georgia. The lives touched by Eulos are countless, and those given the gift of Christ’s everlasting love are eternally grateful. A livestream of the graveside service was held Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 1:00 P.M. at Floyd Memory Gardens in Rome officiated by Rev. Lee Smollar and various family members. Gifts of remembrance may be made to the Smoky Mountain Children’s Home, 449 McCarn Circle, Sevierville, TN 37862.

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    Saturday, May 16, 2020

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Angela Blount

May 28, 2020

Uncle Eulos, my Great Great Uncle, always filled the room with Serenity and Love. I will never forget the smile on his face one afternoon after having lunch when he said "It was a pleasure to have met all of you. I didn't know I had this much family I've never met." This photo was sometime after he had made that statement and as you can see he brought smiles to all. I will always remember the happiness he shared with me and my family.

Daphne Lane

May 16, 2020

Uncle, We were blessed to know you! Much love,❤️
Daphne, Keith, Alex ,Abby, and Aiden

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May 12, 2020

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Katrina ferebee

May 9, 2020

I was honored to know such a kind and gentle man. The many hours we have spent together are filled with stories, memories and fond recollections. At this time I am remembering his genuine smile, keen sense of humor, and his love for Aunt Bea. So happy they are together again.

Brenda Logan

May 9, 2020

A tribute to my Uncle Eulos Brown:
The first picture is him (left) and my dad, his brother, in their army uniforms. He told me he always looked up to my dad, who was older. He wanted to do everything Daddy did. He said when Pearl Harbor was attacked my dad wanted to join the army, but their mom talked him out of it. However, Daddy was drafted. When that happened Uncle Eulos joined because he wanted to be like daddy. The second picture is him holding my granddaughter. I didn't visit him as often as I should have, but this picture was taken the last time I visited him. I will always cherish it. He was a WWII veteran, a husband, a father, a preacher, and most of all, a soldier of the cross. On May 7, 2020, his journey in this world ended, and he entered the pearly gates of heaven. His body will be laid to rest today.
Enduring hardships and trials,
he preached the gospel all his life.
He loved God and his family
And served his country with pride
But now his work is finished
And the Father has called him home
And though many here are grieving
There is joy around the throne.
There's rejoicing in Heaven today
As a faithful servant walks through the gate
He has fought a good fight
And finished the race.
Welcome home child, He hears Jesus say.

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