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George "Charlie" Amos Brown III

April 24, 1937April 26, 2020

George was born to the late George Amos Brown Jr. And Marie E. Sydnor Brown in

Philadelphia, Pa

George enlisted into the Marine Corps in 1956.

In 1959 he would meet the love of his life Mae Wille Harris in Philadelphia, two years later they were married on March 31 1961 they just celebrated their 59 years of marriage what a blessing.

George served our country until 1978 serving 22 years after retiring as a Gunery Sargent, he went on to be a park ranger at the Wild Animal Park for 20 years and retired. He did not stop there he joined the RSDP to volunteer for 18 years, with all that he still found time to coach football in his community for the young children, he keep busy and enjoyed very much what he did.

George leave behind his wife Mae Brown,1 son Danny Allen Harris Brown, 2 grandkids and 2 great grandkids, 2 sister n laws and 3 brother n laws, 15 nieces and nephews and a host of great nieces and nephews, cousins, and a host of friends that loved and respected him very much.

Scripture Reading

2 Timothy verse 4 -6-8

For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.I have fought a good fight, I have keep the faith:Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.

Pops you will always be my HERO

Love Danny

Grandpa I will miss the times we would talk about football for hours and you dogging my Cowboys....the most Grandpa You never got to see D3 carry a football but we will forever carry you in our hearts...Always

Little Danny

My Uncle Snooky was such a crazy free spirit.He said whatever he wanted to say to anybody, and you couldn't tell him nothing. shout out to the biggest Steelers fan which is why as a little girl I choose that as my team. When in reality he just wasn't going for my bs. I remember I asked him to teach me Spanish that was a fail but his first time meeting Layla he was so shocked that she knew Spanish. I loved waking up with him watching the news and after watching soaps with grandma Mae. They were best friend and will forever be.They set the tone of what unconditional love is. Thinking of him I can only smile or laugh because I know that's what he would want. He was so funny,sweet, and direct. I've never met someone like him before, always ready to talk smack. I love you always. Never forgotten, always remembered.

Love Danielle Harris

Uncle Dad, I just want to say thank you for being my dad when my father passed away I came to you and ask you would you be my dad, you did not hesitate for a moment and said yes I will be baby, and I can truly say you filled his shoes and I will forever be greatful. the last thing I said to you was to sleep with the angels and I loved you not knowing that would be my last conversation with you, but I know that you are in heaven and I'm at peace, love you Uncle Dad!

Your baby girl,



The Brown Family wish to Express heartfelt appreciation and sincere gratitude to family and friends for their prayers and support during the passing of George (Charlie) . Your acts of kindness, prayers, and words of encouragement are greatly appreciated during this time of bereavement.

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