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Mr. James McDonald Brown

January 27, 1945 ~ July 25, 2018 (age 73)

With sincere compassion and concern, the Majestic Family stands hand in hand with the relatives of Mr. James M. Brown as they prepare to celebrate his lasting legacy. Mr. Brown transitioned into eternal rest on Wednesday morning, July 25, 2018 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC.

An intimate and meaningful Service of Remembrance for Mr. Brown will take place on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 3pm at First Baptist Church in Riegelwood, NC.  Mr. Brown’s physical temple will lie in repose in the main sanctuary of the church from 1pm until 2:30pm for those who wish to visit with him prior to the formal life honoring service.  During these moments, each participant and attendee can reflect on the fond memories of Mr. James and console his loving relatives as they say “farewell” to such a special part of their family.

Expressions of love through floral pieces should be made in the form of a lovely table arrangement, potted plant or a beautiful dish garden. These thoughtful pieces will encourage them and lighten their load in the difficult days that lie ahead.

He leaves to cherish his memories:  his wife of 55 years:  Josephine Graham Brown; mother:  Katie Keylon Brown of Riegelwood, NC;  his children: daughter, Veronica Brown Moore (James D Moore, husband), son James Tyler Brown (Aileen Jackson Brown, wife), daughter Kendra Brown and stepson: Frankie Brown; grandchildren:  Katrina Merritt, Jameisha Jacques, Jazmine Devone, Tyler A. Brown, Justin Brown; great grandchildren:  Zipporah Merritt, Zakiyah Waddell, Zyon Merritt, Payton Willis; sisters: Lena Hinton, Annie Graham (Clifford, Husband), Issie Huff (George,husband), Cynthia Wright (Ronald, husband),  Sharon Braye Moore; brothers: Timothy Lee Brown, William “Bobby” Wells (Vivian, Wife), Fred Brown (Ann, Wife), Charles Brown, Alvin Brown (Minnie, wife); in-laws:  Harry Graham, Delores Brown “Cookie” (Foster Brown husband), Lorenza Graham (Gretchen, wife), Lariva   Graham (Kenny Graham, deceased), Jimmie Gatlin (Rena Gatlin, deceased) and host of nieces, nephews extended family and friends.

Guests are being received at 1437 Kennedy Store Rd, Riegelwood, NC where they will also assemble for the prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade.

The professionals at Majestic Funeral Home are accommodating each request and personal desire of the Brown and connected families.

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