Mr. Brandon L. Brown entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 in Dillon, South Carolina. Funeral Services will be conducted on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. from the Outreach Family Fellowship Church, 136 Pee Dee Church Road (Riverdale Community) in Dillon, South Carolina. Interment will follow in the St. Matthew African Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, 401 Elkins Road in Hamer, South Carolina.
Brandon Lamar Brown, resident of Dillon, South Carolina was born on February 17, 1992 and departed this life on February 11, 2020 in Dillon, South Carolina.
Brandon was educated in the Dillon County Schools and was employed by Perdue Farms on the Rehang Line.
Brandon was known to his family and friends as Snaffles and a quiet man. Although he may not be here, his many acts of kindness will not be forgotten. Brandon showed his love for his mother by always being near her and he assisted in many other ways.
Brandon will be remembered and survived by his parents: his mother, Mary Grace Brown and his father, Jamie Huggins. One son Silas Brown, and siblings: Pam Brown, and Alice Brown both of Dillon, South Carolina, Amelia Tecumseh Worley of Lake View, South Carolina, Steve Brown, Alvin Brown and Isaiah Brown all of Dillon, South Carolina, Zavion Wheeler, and Jamies Huggins, Jr. (Slay) of Dillon, South Carolina, Brittany Harmon of Orangeburg, South Carolina, and Jaylan McCallum of Rock Hill, South Carolina and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends.
Brandon was predeceased by one sister Armener Brown (named after her grandmother).
Brandon’s life would seem short to many, but those who were touched by him would say “Gone from our sight, never from our heart.”
I greet you with Spiritual Peace
Gone but not forgotten. Your soul still loves which shows that your life isn’t limited to this physical world. Your physical presence transformed our souls, leaving their souls disturbed causing tears to shed from their souls.
I’m forever grateful that you were birthed into this world. Candle lighting and words of love were expressed as people thought about how your presence was felt.
I love you and watch over me as I continue this journey. In closing I leave as I came in Spiritual Peace
Alvin Brown (Brother)
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