OBITUARY

James Oliver Brown

November 28, 1939June 6, 2019
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James Oliver Brown, age 79 died of complications from heart disease on June 6, 2019 at Eastside Hospital in Snellville, Georgia.

James is survived by his wife, Jackie, sons, Jimmy and Chad, daughter, Deborah and sister, Jean Price.

He is proceeded in death by his brother Charles Brown.

James was born November 28, 1939 in Cordele, Georgia to Ollie and Marguerite Brown. James graduated from Clarkston High School.

James married the love of his life Jackie, on October 15, 1958. They have three children, 7 grandsons and 1 great grandson.

James was a home builder around the Atlanta Area.

He loved playing, coaching and watching football, softball and baseball.

James was a loving father and husband, and he will always be remembered for his kindness, gentle spirit and love for life.

The Family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers over James.

  • FAMILY

  • Jackie Brown, Wife
  • Deborah (Michael) Brown Douglas, Daughter
  • Chad (Dana) Brown, Son
  • Jimmy (Jamie) Brown, Son
  • Jean (Wayne) Price, Sister
  • Jordan Douglas, Grandchild
  • Noah Brown, Grandchild
  • Mason Brown, Grandchild
  • Caleb Brown, Grandchild
  • Avery Brown, Grandchild
  • Russell (Amanda) Brown, Grandchild
  • Trevor Brown, Grandchild
  • Casey Brown, Great Grandchild
  • Joann Brown, Sister-in-law
  • Charles Brown, Brother
  • Ginger (Toney) Clower, Sister-in-law
  • Pam (Donald) Gilleland, Sister-in-law
  • Susan (Olin) Foster, Sister-in-law
  • has many, Niece
  • has many, Nephew
  • DONATIONS

  • American Cancer Society

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 15, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 15, 2019

Memories

James Oliver Brown

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elaine garner

June 14, 2019

So many years of memories it's hard to even say how may years they go back. I'm at a loss for words to express my sorrow of James' passing. Just be assured that he is at a beautiful home that only God can build. Be at peace in your hearts and know many are praying for your comfort.

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