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|James Monroe Brown|
Funeral services for James Monroe Brown, 90, of Jonesville were held Sunday, December 30, 2007, 2 p.m. at Sandy Lake Pentecostal Church in Jonesville with Rev. Joel Ford officiating.
Burial followed at Heard Cemetery in Manifest under the direction of Comer Funeral Home.
Mr. Brown was born April 1, 1917, in Trout to Richard and Rowena E. Brown. He passed away Friday, December 28, 2007, in Jonesville.
Mr. Brown had been a resident of Jonesville for 84 years and a member of Sandy Lake Pentecostal Church. He was a retired mechanic and farmer.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mellia Brown; daughter, Joyce Goins; grandson, Heath Goins; brothers, Darius Brown, Elmo Brown and Quincy Brown; and a sister, Hettie Smith.
Survivors include three sons - Earl Brown and wife, Rosalea, Lonnie Brown and wife, Kathy, Parvin Brown and wife, Sharron, all of Jonesville; two daughters - Flonnie Ewing and husband, Bobby, and Dollie White and husband, Robert, all of Jonesville; brothers - Roy Brown, Elbren Brown, both of Jonesville, O. J. Brown of Jena, and Troy Brown of Arcadia; sisters - Phlysty Netherland and Violet Tolbert, both of Jonesville; 14 grandchildren, 26 great, grandchildren and four great-great, grandchildren.
Pallbearers were grandsons.
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