Wyntra Faye Brown

In Memorial

BROWN,
Wyntra Faye Brown, 65. Sunrise April 14, 1948 in Houston, TX and Sunset October 12, 2013 in Columbus, OH. Faye was a graduate of Phillis Wheatley High School and was also a licensed Cosmetologist for more than 40 years. She resided 12 years in Columbus, Ohio and was a member of St. John AME Church where she was an extremely active member of the Ladies of Leisure. Left to cherish her memory, Father Cleveland Johnson, Jr., sons Phalen Brown of Tampa, FL, and Tremayne Brown of Cincinnati, OH, grandson Jayden Brown, brothers Aloyce and John R. Scott, sister Cheryl Willis of Houston, TX, former spouse Leonard Brown and a host of other family and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. My sincere sympathy goes out to Wyntra Faye family, but just remain strong, for their was so many good times we shared.I have known Faye for a long time and will truly miss her but we shall meet again. God Bless you and love to all.

  2. Grace Osborne-Turner :

    Our sincere sympathy and prayers go out to our family even though we are many miles apart from one another during this time. We all have our memories of Faye and this is how our families will get through the hard moments. Faye will be truly missed but have faith that we will see her again. She is now with our Lord and most of all I know the her favorite Aunt Geneva was there greeting her with open arms and kisses and most of all a lot of jokes and plenty of good books.
    Love to each of you young men and your families. Your cousin Grace

  3. Tremayne, my prayers go out to all that loved your mom. Know that you will always be an important member of our family and you know that if you ever just want to talk about anything, I will always be there just to listen. Love ya, Pat

  4. Phalen & Tremayne,

    Knowing this is a very difficult time for you. I enourage you to seek the guidance of God. May the .constant love of God, family and friends soften your sadness. May cherishing memories bring you moments of comfort. May lasting peace surround your grieveing hearts.
    At the end of the day you can focus on what's tearing you apart , or what's holding you together.

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