Charles D. Brown

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Charles "Charlie" Douglas Brown; Born October 6, 1980, laid to rest Thursday August 9, 2018, at the age of 37.  

Charlie was a man of many talents. He spent 22 years as a master iron worker, contributing to the skyline of Atlanta, Georgia. His craft turned into a passion for building motorcycles which he would use to ride through the countryside seeking new adventures or finding the perfect spot to fish.  He found much enjoyment listening to music or playing his guitar.  Charlie was considered a life long friend to countless people. He touched the lives of everyone who surrounded him with his kind soul, compassion, and sense of humor.  One of his proudest moments was when he became a father. Charlie cherished nothing more than his children. 

Survived by his father, Joe Brown, wife Lauren Brown, his two children Chandler and Maddox Brown, siblings Jon and Georgianna Brown and Sara Turner, brother-in-law Tim Turner, 3 nieces, 2 nephews, and countless friends whom he considered family

Preceded in death by his mother Beverly Brown, maternal grandparents Betty and Harold Perkins, and paternal grandmother Leila Brown

Please join Charlie's family and friends for a Celebration of Life Sunday, August 26, 2018 from 3-5pm at Brown's Guitar Mill (28 S Court Square, Newnan, Georgia 30263) followed by more food and drinks at The Alamo (19 W Court Square, Newnan, Georgia 30263

2 Comments To "Charles D. Brown"

Harry Reynolds family On Aug 21 2018 at 7pm
Thoughts and Prayers extended . Rememberance given to St Jude Children's Hospital Reply to this comment
Reynolds Family On Aug 17 2018 at 11am
I’m so sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in Jesus words at John 5:28,29. Imagine being reunited with your loved one right here on earth! That’s what Jesus promised, that all those in the memorial tombs (which are on earth) will hear his voice and come out, and that the meek will inherit the earth. What a wonderful day that will be! If you would like to learn more about this hope, please visit jw.org. Please accept my condolences. Reply to this comment
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