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Rev. Yvonne Brown

01/14/1945 - 05/11/2020

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Obituary for Rev. Yvonne Brown

Reverend Yvonne Brown was born January 14, 1945 to the late Reverend C.D. Brown and the late Rosa Bowman Brown of the Union Heights in Charleston, South Carolina. The Lord called Reverend Yvonne Brown to her Eternal Home on May 11, 2020. Reverend Brown was educated in the Charleston County School System. She attended Bonds Wilson, graduated from C.A. Brown High School, and received and Associates Degree from Trident Technical College. Through the years Yvonne had several jobs, she really enjoyed being a Nursing Assistant in Long Island, New York, and her jobs at the Charleston Air Force Base Commissary and the Charleston AFB Exchange. Reverend Brown was reared in her father's church, The House of God. She received her Local Minister's License from the House of God Academy and Bible College under the tutelage of Bishop J.C. Elliot in 2003. Reverend Brown is preceded in death by her sister's; Ola Simmons, Elizabeth Mullins, and Gertie Harvin; her brothers, Wesley Brown and Willie Brown. She was married to the late Chester Fleming and to this union they were blessed with five wonderful children; whom all served their country honorably in the United States Air Force and Army; Saundra Fleming-Herbert (Khalil) of North East, Columbia,SC, Chester L. Fleming(Velma) of Summerville, South Carolina; Anthony A. Fleming (Rhonda), of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Darryl Fleming of Sumter, South Carolina, and Delbert Fleming(Chasity) of Charleston, South Carolina. Three loving Sisters; Allie Fair Stanford(Quincy) of Westampton, New Jersey, Leola Harris of Houston, Texas and Vivian McNeil(Henry) of Summerville, South Carolina, a brother; Curtis Brown of Charleston, South Carolina. Lovingly a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and a a myriad of dear friends. Celebration of Life Services for Mrs. Yvonne Brown will be held on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 12 PM in the Leroy W. Hilton Chapel. There will be a walk thru on Saturday May 16, 2020 4PM-6PM at the mortuary. Due to the recent COVID -19 Pandemic family members and friends who cannot attend the service can view the service on our Facebook page the Low Country Mortuary as it will be live streamed.

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My condolences to the family of Yvonne Brown. I know this is a difficult time and I pray God continues to comfort and strengthen the family during this time of bereavement. May the many cherished and loving memories of Yvonne continue to comfort her family and friends. A comforting promise is stated at Revelation 21:4 "And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain will be anymore. The former things have passed away." May you all have calming and pleasant thoughts during this time.
- Lisa
Saundra you and your family have my deepest condolences for your loss. You will always have a special place in my heart. ~Bea~
- Bea
May God comfort all of our family, friends, and love ones during this time. Cousin Yvonne I cannot think of you without thinking of my Grandma Fairy. Everytime you visited her, you graced her with laughter. I know that you both are now in God's bosom, embracing each other with great laughter, joy.
- Romella
To our dear friend Saundra and your family, our deepest condolences for your loss. Sorry we couldnt be there with you during this time. We will see each other again soon. From your island family.
- Jennifer Francis
Cousin Yvonne, You had such a sweet spirit. I remember you coming to Fairy house when I was young and you all would laugh and joke around. Fairy would be in the kitchen frying chicken and the two of you would be engulfed in your own conversation. I remember you came to visit my grandmother when she was sick and for that I'm grateful. Those memories will never died but it will live on in our heart. God has called you home so we will continue to smile knowing that you have done all you could on earth. Cousin Yvonne, we love you and we know that God got you from here. To the children of cousin Yvonne, you all will be in my prayers. Please continue to hold on to God's unchanging hands and to each other. Continue to Love one another and cherish every moment. Blessing Family.
- Ms. S
To My Cousins, I was so sorry to hear that Yvonne's passing. I thought of her often during her years in Columbia,SC. I have fond memories of her as a confidant. Yvonne was such an amazing person , so happy, optimistic and full of life. I will never forget the hours she spent helping my mother through her illness . She was always encouraging and advising her family . I find comfort in the knowledge that her bright spirit, compassion, truth , courage , dignity and kindness will live on through others. I know at times like this-it's hard to see past the pain of the present but , I hope that reflecting on the happy memories will help your through this difficult time. May the love of all those around you bring comfort in the days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this time of grieving. Cousin and Friend, Quine Ross
- Quine Ross
To: My Dear niece Yvette, nephews and the rest of my family The loss is immeasurable, but so is love left behind. My heart is broken - the loss of my dear Baby sister has left an empty space in it. God saw fit to take her to his heavenly home to be with him. Only he knows why. She will find peace and rest in his care. Yvette, no mother could have had a more loving, caring daughter than you. You gave her your love on a daily basis, assuring that she had the best care. You had her for one last Mother's Day - What a Blessing! I am so sorry I can not be there to be with you and say an offical goodbye to her. However, I pray that God will rest her soul and comfort all of us who mourn her loss. Let us all try to remember that our Yvonne is in a better place now-at peace in God's loving care. "They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies" - William Penn I love all of you. Please know that I will always be there for you. Love, Aunt Allie
- Aunt Allie
To Tony and family, we would like to express our condolences and deepest regrets for your loss. I remember the first time I met Rev. Brown, she made an impression that I will never forget. I have never laughed so hard in my life. She was full of spirit, energy, and gave off this energy that was indescribable. Know that while she has joined Our Father in heaven, there will be another like her here on Earth. Sincerely, NS
- Nnamdi Small
Saundra and family: I extend deep and heartfelt sympathy during your time of bereavement. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you and your family. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort. Your work family is here for you.
- Sherry Gilliam
Oh how I remember the good old days cuz when family knew what being family was all about. I will always remember every summer when we were children how our parents made sure we came down south and spent just about every summer together in your parents big house that when family knew how to be family. Thank you for all of the memories of us playing together and going to church together those were some of the best days of my life. I never forgot those days we spent together. I'm going to call that time the good old days. Thank you for being there for me and thank you for the memories. I am certain the foundation we developed as children is why I am also the Rev. Dr. Alfreda Griffin-Johnson to you cuz, well done God's good and faithful servant. I'm sure your mon and dad are both so very glad to see you. I send my deepest sympathy in the lost of your mother, sister and grandmother. Stay Blessed my family.
- Rev. Dr. Alfreda
Saundra and my brothers. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of "TUGAR" as I called her instead of Sugar. MY name for her. I don't have to tell you how much I love her. She was a mom, a friend, my go to person any time of night or day. She was so special to me, when I long for my mom. I spent many nights in the bed behind her. Those were times when other thought I had a perfect or good life. I could talk to her when I couldn't talk to anyone else. I love each of you, Saundra my high school bestie, Anthony, Delbert, Darrell, and Chester thank you for sharing YOUR MOST PRECIOUS JEWEL with ME. I will continue to keep you all in my prayers for strength in this difficult time. More, than ever stick like glue, the ENEMY comes to seek, destroy and kill whom he can doing times like this. My family, I don't have to tell you how much she loved each of you in her own special way. She was SO PROUD of her MILITARY BRAG WALL. Hold on to ALL your fond memories, nothing else matters. That MEMORY, THAT MAKES YOU SMILE. RIP, my Tugar. I so love YOU!!
- Sheila Glover
To my Cousins, This is an unbearable painful time in our lives, especially for u all. Take comfort in knowing Aunt Yvonne is at peace, for she is w our SAVIOUR and her parents and siblings. I shall always treasure my memories of my beautiful Aunt , who had that flawless beauty, smile and back in the day, COULD DANCE ! Well she is now DANCING IN GLORY ! Continue family to achieve everything your heart desires, for that alone, shall help her to continue her rest In JESUS arms. I LOVE you all and know that I pray for our family daily, especially for your strength during this life changing times. Love Always, cuz Deborah
- Deborah brown
To Saundra and Family, Please know that we are thinking of you and you have our deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother. We wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Please remember that we will always be there for you. Dr. Patricia Dzandu and the MHICM Team
- Patricia Dzandu
To my Family, wishing you comfort during this time and I will truly miss my Aunt. She was always so nice me. I can remember when I would visit on the weekends.
- Colette Harris
Saundra and family you have my deepest heart felt sympathy. We all handle loss/grief at our pace. Take time to grieved. Know that God loves you and to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Keep your hand in God's hand.
- Bonnie Williams
To Dale, and the rest of the Brown family you have our deepest condolences.
- Angela Young
Dear Brown family, I'd like to express my condolence and deep regrets for your loss and share where I found help at such a time as this when I lost my entire family to this enemy death. I found comfort and hope in what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at John5:28,29 for there we're told we'll see our love ones again at the resurrection when Jesus brings them back here on earth and we're also told at ICorinthians15:54 that this enemy death will be gone forever. These scriptures along with jw.org help me cope with my loss and get through each day because now I know I'll see my love ones again and so can you. I wanted to share this with you now when hope and comfort is needed in hopes that this will help you also for this is my purpose in sharing this with you at this time and please know that I do share your grief and hope you'll feel free to let me know if this helped in some way. I hope to hear from you. Sincerely, GM
- Gloria Mosley

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