Milton Henry Brown was born on May 20, 1961, the son of the late Gladys Elizabeth Brown and Charles Henry Brown Jr. in Baltimore, Maryland. He departed this life on July 19, 2020 after a lengthy illness.
He received his education in the Baltimore City Schools. In the early years from the 1980’s through 1990’s, he was employed by the following companies, Baltimore Lexington Market as a porter worker, Sparrows Point, the Coca Cola Company, the Harbour Inn Convalescent Home as a Tech, the Ambassador Cleaning Service. Also, in the late 2000’s, he went to work for a home improvement company owned by a good friend of his, Lamont McKnight, until he became ill and disabled.
“Foxx,” as he was affectionately known, loved his family very much and enjoyed playing sports especially basketball. He also loved music. He loved and enjoyed spending time with his father Charles Brown Jr., his brothers, Jonathan and Charles (he was preceded in death by brothers, Michael and Reginal, sister, Jacqueline, his wife Judy and daughter Marie, and especially his grandson Jaleel Kess. In his early childhood days, Milton would often travel to Randallstown, Maryland to spend time with his favorite cousins, Michael, Leroy and Rickey, he loved and enjoyed having fun with them and especially his favorite aunt Shirley(Preceded in death) who loved him and took him as her son. Because of his handyman skills, he loved helping his sister Jacqueline with household repairs.
Milton made numerous friends wherever he went. He was devoted to his family and his wife Judy Brown, daughter Marie Brown, grandson, Jaleel Kess and children. He was lovable, caring and always liked telling jokes, always had a smile on his face and he was very fun person to be around. Despite his lengthy illness, he always managed to help wife Judy Brown, who is also disabled, and be by her side.
He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Rest in peace my brother, as you enter in the Kingdom of God with the Angels and all of our loved ones who preceded in death. You will forever be in our memories and hearts. We love you and someday we will see you again.
He leaves to mourn: his wife, Judy Brown; one sister, Jacqueline Brown; two brothers Jonathan Brown and Charles Pinnick; two daughters, Marie Brown and Crystal Brown; one son, Teyrell Brown; one grandson, Jaleel Kess; two stepdaughters, Tammy and Melissa; two nieces, Kia Johnson and Tiffany Pinnick; three nephews, Jamal Seible, Shawn Jones and Marquis Brown; brother-in-law, David Johnson; sisters-in-law, Betty and Mary; cousins, Leroy Anderson and his wife Pam Anderson, Michael Anderson and his wife Thomasina Anderson, Sharleen Anderson, Sandra Anderson, and Harold Morgan (Punch) and a host of relatives and friends.
Preceded in death: mother, Gladys Elizabeth Brown; father, Charles Henry Brown, Jr.; brothers, Michael Brown, Reginald Brown; grandmothers, Marie Brown and Agnes Wright; grandfather, Charles Henry Brown, Sr.; aunt, Shirley Morgan; uncles, Lewis Hawkins and Warren Jackson; cousins, Linda Morgan, Rickey Anderson, and Gary Morgan.
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