Jeffrey Jerome Brown entered into this life on October 6, 1958 to Wallace and Gloster Brown in Norwalk, CT. Jeff was one of ten brothers and sisters; Dorothy Mayberry, Barbara Brown, Curtis Brown, Lillian Brown, Sarita Dupuis, Jennifer Smith, and (half-sister) Myrtle Amado. Jeffrey was proceeded in death by his loving parents, Wallace and Gloster Brown; sister, Bernice Mayberry; and brothers, Wallace Brown Jr. and Marvin Brown; brother-in-law, Barry Smith; as well as a niece, R’wanda North and nephew, Kevin Mayberry.
At a young age, Jeffrey accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and attended church regularly with his mother and father until their passing. Jeffrey continued to praise God and served the Lord until he was unable to continue.
Jeffrey attended Norwalk High School in Norwalk, CT. Jeffrey’s years on this earth were well-lived because of his love of life and music – from moving his feet to soul stirring gospel and country music or bopping his head to hip hop — he loved music and dancing. Jeffrey loved to skate and bowl with the bowling team, using his own bowling ball. Jeffrey loved to eat; and loved visiting his favorite food places like Taco Bell and Jack In The Box. Those he loved felt special when he called them his “favorites” or “homies.” The simplest conversation and each and every moment with him was sure to bring a smile to your face. Jeffrey was called to rest on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, to be absent from the body and present with the Lord (Corinthians 5:8).
As we celebrate Jeffrey’s life, we remember the impact he made on his family and friends: Sister-in-law, Joyce Brown; brothers-in-law, Edward Bradford and Ronald Dupuis; 130 nieces and nephews; many cousins; and a host of friends. Jeffrey will be deeply missed as he continues on his journey to his eternal home.