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George A. Brown

April 13, 1989 ~ October 24, 2020 (age 31)

Obituary

George Alfred Brown was born to George Godbolt and Paulette D. Brown on April 13th, 1989. He departed this earthly life on October 24th, 2020.

Born and raised in Trenton, NJ, George received his education in the Trenton Public School System. None for his infectious smile and humorous personality, George was loved by everyone who knew him. Whenever in his company, you could always expect a fun time or some good conversation. George was just the type of guy who brought love into life he encountered. He will forever be "Uncle Little Georgie" to his nieces and nephews, which was screamed whenever he walked through the door, because they knew a good time was coming.

The first character trait that would be used to describe George is, "He was a good father." George shined the brightest in the company of his sons. To know him was to know his biggest and proudest accomplishment was being a father. Not just any father, but the best father! The love George showed towards his surviving sons, Zion Michael McNeil Brown, Syaire Michael-Elijah, and Navir King Brown, was so strong, that it became a part of his nature.

George was also well known for the love he showed and expressed towards his family and friends. He especially bragged about the bond shared between himself and his siblings. He considered his siblings as his universe, ands he was their galaxy.

George was predeceased and welcomed by his loving Grandmothers, Bettie Godbolt and Margaret Outten, his Grandfather, George Anderson, and his big brothers, Eligha Perry and Michael Brown. 

He leaves to cherish and honor his memories, his brothers, George Godbolt Jr. and Joseph Tucker, his sisters, Latonya Towler, Christa, Christine, Margaret, Shanika Brown, Tomoan, Octtavia and Naquese Hawkins, Endia, E'Lycia, and George Godbolt, Genise McKinney, Marne' Mayfield, Domonique Clark, Ecora Sutton, Ahnye Wright, his much loved nephews Shaquir, Ziaire, Shaquan Rayvon Brown, Kenneth Burke, Jajuan Woorley Jr., Elijah Randolph, King Johnson, Prynze Perry Williams, and Prince Zaki Allen-Kelly, his beloved nieces Zyasha, Azorah, Mia, and Serenity Brown, Asia Anderson, Kayla Millard, Amyrah Jones, Amaura Roberts, and Kahlisa Randolph, his honored mother, Erika Godbolt, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

-GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN-

 

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