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Kimberly Darlene Brown
October 5, 1959 ~ October 22, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Kimberly Darlene Brown was born October 5, 1959, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She transitioned peacefully surrounded by her family, Sunday, October 22, 2023, at Fort Sanders Regional Hospital.
Kim attended Bell Morris Elementary School; Whittle Springs Jr.; and graduated from Fulton High School, class of 1977. She attended Knoxville College.
Kim united with the Ebenezer Baptist Church at an early age, under the leadership of Pastor W.E. Phelps. She loved the Lord and was currently attending Kingdom Faith Church, under the leadership of Pastor Sean N. Welch, Sr.
Kim was the life of the party and never met a stranger. She was known as the “Mama” of everyone. She helped raise many family members and kids. Her favorite role was “Ganny”, she loved and adored “her girls.”
Preceded in death by father, Randolph Brown, Sr.; grandfather, John Atkins; grandmothers, Odessa Atkins and Lillie Minnefee; sister, Allyson Brown Opara; companion, Willie B. Todd; aunts, Dorothy Cantrell and Loraine Jones; uncles, Larry Atkins, James and Roy Brown, Ira Minnefee, Percy Jones and Moto Brown;
She leaves to cherish her memory, devoted son and daughter- love,Willie(LaTronda)Todd; mother, Mary Brown; sisters, Roslyn(Kevin)Johnson, Patricia Odessa Brown, Mary Brown; brother, Randolph(Reanne`)Brown Jr.; aunts, Ethel Minor, Willow Nicholson; devoted granddaughters, Trinity and TiAnna Todd; a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins to include the Stokes, Cantrell, Anderson, Mack, Brown, and Owens families; Bess family; devoted companion, Tommy“Pete” Nalory; and host of friends and those who loved her.