L.B. Brown

Born: Mon., Jul. 17, 1933
Died: Fri., Dec. 3, 2010


Visitation

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Sun., Dec. 05, 2010
Location: - Not available -


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Mon., Dec. 06, 2010


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L.B. Brown
COWPENS, SC:     L.B. Brown, 77, of 251 Crenshaw Rd. died December 3, 2010, at Regional Hospice Home. He was the son of the late Fred Brown and Sue Emma Rice Brown  and  was the last living member of his immediate family. He was a life-time resident of Cowpens where he enjoyed his many friends.
Mr. Brown retired from Best Machinery as a truck driver and was a veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of the American Legion of Gaffney, a member of the Korean War Veterans of Cowpens, a Mason and past Master of Cowpens Lodge #408, and served in various capacities of the Cowpens Lions Club, Chapter 304. He enjoyed auctions and was an avid supporter of his community.
Surviving are two sons, Danny Brown and Scott Brown both of Chesnee; a daughter, Kay Brown and husband, Mickey of Mayo; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.   He was predeceased by a son, Michael Brown, two brothers and two sisters.
Visitation will be 4:00-6:00 p.m., Sunday, December 5, at Bobo Funeral Chapel. Funeral Services will be 2:00 p.m., Monday, December 6, at Bobo Funeral Chapel officiated by Dr. Rev. Bobby McFalls with burial following in Daniel Morgan Memorial Gardens.
Flowers will be graciously accepted or memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 154 Milestone Way, Greenville, SC, 29615.  

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Lucy Brown Hartman
   Posted Sat December 04, 2010
My uncle LB was my daddys(Garland Brown) baby brother .
He was always there if you ever needed him.
He loved doing things to help anybody.
The way he laughed and those blue eyes would melt your
heart.He loved his family and it showed.My prayers go out
to his family especially Kay who was faithfuly by his side taking
care of him.
Lucy Hartman

Mary Shultz
   Posted Sat December 04, 2010
He was my favorite uncle ,we grew up together . We also went to square dancing together .
my condolences to you .

harold taylor(Chicken Foot)
   Posted Sun December 05, 2010
Sorry to hear about L.B. I worked with him for a long time at Clarkson Brothers and Best Machinery movers.He always made work into a good time.A good man from a good generation. He'll be remembered a lot.I'll miss him

David Clarkson
   Posted Mon December 06, 2010
LB always had a smile and kinds words for all he met . I knew him from the " old days " at Clarkson Bros. I ran into LB at Ingles not too long ago and we shared some memories of the drivers from years past and how few were still with us . LB will be missed ........ David

Marie Rice Stone
   Posted Sat December 11, 2010
I talked to L.B. a few times while he was sick, I really thought a lot of him. I''ll never forget him, he was always there when you needed or when another member of our family passed on. He always checked on Harold Dean when we were growing up, I loved his mother also. I wanted to come to his funeral, but I was just not able. For the family, I am so sorry. I prayed for him before he passed, since I have been praying for all the family. May God Bless all of you,
Marie Rice Stone






RANDOLPH SCOTT BROWN
   Posted Sun December 19, 2010
I loved the man !! He was so cool ! Spent many a summer at his house down on the creek.I remember so many good times with LB ,Francis Danny,Mikey,Scotty and the lovely Kay. I had lost touch with him for a few years but found him again over the phone. Over the past few years we have talked for hours by phone. He told me so many things about my family I did not know !
I LOVE YOU LB !!

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