Sylvia Brown

Brown Sylvia

Sylvia L. “Ginger” Brown, age 74. Sunrise April 11, 1943 and Sunset June 15, 2017. Sylvia was an honorary member of the Martin Luther King, Jr Temple #1216.

Sylvia is preceded in death by her parents, Andrew Weatherspoon, Sr and Odessa K. Brown; and brother, Andrew Weatherspoon, Jr.

Left to cherish her memory, loving companion of 38 years, Michael Mahley; sons, Kenneth (Dianne) Brown and Donovan Johnson; daughters, Kimberly and Valerie Brown; brother, Aaron Andrews; sister, Jennie Brooks; 7 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, best friends, John Bell and Frances Haley; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation 11:00 a.m. and Funeral 12:00 p.m. Monday June 26, 2017 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Natalie Washington-Williams

    The Brown family, My prayers are with you. God’s Comfort and Peace.

    Love you, from the neighborhood.

  2. Sabrina Wilford

    I want to express my deepest condolences to my family. I am saddened to here about the death of cousin Sylvia. She is truly able to spread her wings and fly now with our Heavenly father and other family members that have passed on before her. This is a celebration of her life and her home going, a path that we all must take some day. We all need to ask ourselves are we ready for that day! If you can’t honestly answer that question then I ask you to pray and ask the Lord to come into your life and forgive you for all of you’re sins. Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • To: The Brown Family.
      I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in God’s word the Bible. Jesus said: At John 6:40 For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him (her) on the last day.
      May the hope and promises in this Scripture bring you comfort and strength to endure the difficult days ahead.
      For more information please visit jw.org (Search Comfort)

  3. Nicole McAllister

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. May God provide peace and comfort in the memories of Sylvia.

  4. Alonda Hill (Londa Lou)

    Auntie Sylvia, You are gonna be missed, I wasnt able to make it but know that i am there in spirit.. Wishing the last time i came home i was able to have some of your “good ol’ fried potatoes” thats will always be our thing.. Until i see you again.. Keep the skillet ready and the grease hot… Because you know thats the first thing im gonna ask for.. Well beside a BIG GIANT HUG AND A ZERBERT.
    Will all my love… Gone but never forgotten..Love you bunches

  5. Andrew and Rhonda Moss

    To the Family of Slyvia Brown our deepest condolences and heart felt prayers may you find peace in the name of Jesus Christ

  6. My deepest sympathy to the Brown family & Daughthers of Martin Luther King/Olentangy Elks Lodge , my heart goes out to you all..Daughter Brown was a warm giving , loving, person , who was thought highly of by all who knew her.I will truly miss her.May your fond memories of her be a comfort and our Lord give you strength in your time of need.

  7. To the entire Brown family as well as her Elk family… my prayers are with you all. God called home one of the best to look over us all. He only calls the best and Aunt Sylvia was definitely that she will be greatly missed but forever in our hearts. Rest In Heaven from the Reese and Chapman Family

  8. Daughter Valerie Ann Brown

    My precious, loving, caring mother. I know you are in a better place, I know you are still here in spirit guiding us along our way. You did a wonderful job training us up in the way that we should go; not only with us but you guided your grand-children and great-grand-children. I want to thank you for being such a wonderful, wonderful, mother. I will always, always miss you and continue to love you. Thanks for being my MOM. Love you forever and ever. RIP mom we alright and can’t wait until we meet again and we are still making you proud. Your raised us to stick together and that is what we are doing so you did a job well done. Thanks Love you.

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