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517 North Guignard Dr.
Sumter, SC 29150
Phone: 803-774-8200
Fax: 803-774-8202
Clinton Brown
In Memory of
Clinton Westbrook""Biggie"" Brown Sr.
1948 -
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Condolence From: Marcellus Weaver
Condolence: Trying to get my head around all that has transpired this week. My father, Clinton Westbrook Brown Sr., has left this earthly realm. When I reflect on what that means, I, at times, can't seem to see beyond today and the fact that he is no longer here. But in reality that is so far from the truth. He would never claim to be perfect nor always right, but you can bet that everyone who was ever touched by his presence knew exactly where he stood on anything, whether right, wrong or in different, he was always true to himself. I loved that fact he taught me fierce loyalty to the family, to love unconditionally, and without regret, to never let life forbid me to truly live. This time last year he and I had a long talk about his health and the fact that life might be taking me away from family for awhile, after punching me in the arm, he said if you don't for once in your life do what you want first , you will never know what to live really means. I can now never tell him how grateful I am that he has made me the human being that I am today. I can never hug and tell him that it has been his strength and courage that has gotten me through my lowest moments in life. To have lived the life he has lived, to have been through the things he has been through and still be the wonderful dad, brother, uncle, nephew, friend, man that he was , I know he is truly missed and loved by so many. Yet I know he could not have been any of that without his soul mate, best friend and wife, my beautiful mother, Mildred Brown! I am so sorry for your loss, our loss, the world has truly lost a blessed soul. I love you mommy, I so wish I could could be could be there to hold and help you through these times , but I am so glad we have so many friends friends and family there to take my place. I LOVE YOU BIGGIE BROWN, DAD ,THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER LIKE YOU.
Sunday September 10, 2017