Milton J. Brown

November 23, 1942 - March 15, 2010
Milton J. Brown

Milton Junius Brown, 67 of Supply died Monday, March 15, 2010.

Milton was born on November 23, 1942, in Florence, South Carolina, the son of the late Marion Junius and Mildred Murphy Brown. He was a retired heating and cooling technician.

Milton is survived by his sons Lee Brown of Atlanta and Brad Brown of Phoenix, daughter Darlene Shulerbabe of Atlanta, brother Frank Brown and wife Elizabeth of Albertson, Preston Brown and wife Gloria of Denver.

A memorial service will be held 2:00 P.M Saturday, March 20, 2010 at Walker Memorial United Methodist Church in Seven Springs, NC.

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  • March 25, 2010
    Fred (Freddie) Brown says:
    Milton my first cousin; I have great memories of you, Frank and I rolling papers and delivering the Forence Morning News. Also memories of events at our Grandparents Houses, The Bats, The stockyards and many more. Saturday night wrestling on B&W TV at your your house and of course the Drive-In at 6-points. I am so pleased that I got to see you in North Carolina in the last few years, & I appreciate greatly you, your Son and his Son coming to my home on a Thanksgiving morning. Most of all I remember two things about you the first is that mischievious grin and second that hearty Milton laugh. I thank God for the time that we spent together in the last few years. Whereever you are, I will reconize you when I get there by that hearty Milton laugh.

  • March 25, 2010
    Marilyn Regentin says:
    Returning home from five weeks in Charleston after attending estate affairs of Ruby's husband, Roy, who died in February, I received Fred's email about Milton. Sorry we didn't get the message while in the Carolinas; would love to have been there last Saturday. But I do have my memories of Milton, so many from childhood. I guess because I really connected with him, he had the power to make me mad when we were growing up. Still, I loved him and luckily hold a great memory from the last time I saw him in 1992 when Uncle Monroe died, the only time the four of us ever sat at the table together--Milton, our daughter Suzannne, then in grad school, Jack and me. We went to Shoney's (I think) for breakfast and laughed and laughed. Suzanne who doesn't always take to people, especially new people, said "Mom, that's one relative I really like. How come I haven't met him before?" Milton had heart and he could be fun. I loved him. Marilyn

  • March 25, 2010
    Sylvia Brown says:
    Frank, Lib, and Preston, I am so sorry for your loss. I know Frank you and Lib, spent a lot of happy time with Milton. You will surely miss that, Milton, will be looking down at you especially at your dinner table, with Libs good cooking and Franks conversations. My prayers are with you and all your families.

  • March 25, 2010
    Andy Brown says:
    Milton was a "one of a kind", and I mean that with all due respect and kindness... There was never a dull moment when you were around him... I have many fond memories from our childhood times together... I have only seen Milton a few times in the last several years... When I visited Frank & Lib last summer he came over and we had a great time re-living some of our childhood times... I know his health was failing the last few years, but he was to young to die... Milton and his brothers Frank & Preston (aka Ed) are a big part of my memories for my brother Fred & I... He will be missed and our thoughts are with all of his family...

  • April 06, 2014
    Patricia Lennette Clay says:
    Too the family..may milton rest in peace.please forgive me .but ihave been searching for the brown family. Please contact me is of a family matter.thankyou once again R8gHN