“I am looking at things from a much higher perspective than you.” ~ Goku
He was stolen away from us suddenly but left an indelible mark on the lives he left behind. He was a quiet storm, who believed in the stability of a close-knit family and good relationships.
Please join us as we celebrate the life of Jeremiah Brown, who was a gentle man, with a kind heart and an “old soul.”
He silently impacted the lives of those who crossed his path, one person at a time and we look forward to everyone sharing how he impacted you!
Jeremiah kept many close connections with his brothers and his friends in California while making new connections in Georgia.
He braved moving across country against many obstacles to find a great job and a great partner in order to create a safe and healthy family environment at the place he made home.
He has been described as thoughtful, empathetic, and always took the time to stop and help those in need.
In the kitchen he loved barbequing, baking and making smoothies and in his down time he watched anime, played his X-Box 360 and enjoyed “Taking Tea.”
He was an avid anime enthusiast who loved to watch Dragon Ball Z and Goku was his favorite character. He loved hiking the Cascade Nature Preserve with his partner and children, playing Tunc with “Unc” Chuck and talking on the phone for hours with his best friend Ezra.
In short, Jeremiah was “good people.”
Isaiah 57:1, 2 says, “Good people pass away [and] the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. [or] No one seems to understand, that God is protecting them from the evil [things] to come. For those who follow godly paths, will rest in peace when they die.”
Jeremiah is at rest. His life is a testament to joy and how each of us can find our own joy. He is now looking down on us after going Super Saiyan up yonder and watches over us as our blue angel and our bright light. We love you Mya-Ku!
Jeremiah Brown is survived by his mother Lorrie Brown, father Darnel McDuffie, five brothers Joseph Brooks, Isaiah Young-Brown, Darnell McDuffie Jr., D'Angelo Joseph McDuffie and Draven Lopez McDuffie, his girlfriend and partner Lexington Daugherty, her two children Arianna and Elye’Jah, her sister Ashley and his grandparents on both sides of his family, and a host of other aunts, uncles, nephews, first cousins, extended family and close friends. Including Matt & Bobbie Brown, Matt Jr & Kelly Brown, their children Kingston and Bronson, Pamela Brown, her two children Chiemeka Emagei and Arianna Brown and Delwyn Brown.
A Poem from his love “Binata”:
The sad truth about life is that it doesn’t stop.
It doesn’t stop to let you catch your breath, or figure things out
It doesn’t show sympathy when your world has been turned upside down, and your hearts been broken into pieces.
It doesn’t stop to let you get your grip on reality, or to let your mind calm itself down.
It doesn’t stop, even when you wish it would.
It doesn’t stop to honor the dead, even if they die young.
It doesn’t stop to mourn a life that was so beautiful, and filled with so much promise.
It doesn’t stop.
It just keeps going, and going.
Leaving you to deal with everything it’s thrown at you.