Perry Brown

March 2, 1973 ~ May 2, 2023 (age 50) 50 Years Old

Perry Brown Obituary

Perry Dale Allan Brown, age 50

March 2, 1973 - May 2, 2023

Always Loved being a Son, Dad, Husband and Papaw.


Only Child of Belva Brown was born March 2, 1973 in Pontiac, MI. Suddenly passed away on May 2, 2023 at Wings of Love Outreach in Knoxville, TN helping with construction projects for the Church. He is preceeded in death by: Grandparents Max & Gladys Brown, Uncles Ben Veach and Dave Mannebach, Aunts Gina and Lori Brown, Cousin Lyle Brown II, Grandparents Tom & Jean Lewis, Uncle Keith Lewis, and Aunt Lisa Johnson.

He is survived by: Mother Belva Brown, Daughter Tabitha & Scott Powers, Son Perry & Baylee Brown II and the their mother Candy. Wife Rose Brown, Daughter Kaitie Hayden, Sons Robert and Gene Landford. Grandchildren: Valerie, Emilee, Perry III, Maciee, Kayleigh, Phoibee, Austin, Kandice, Micheal, Kailynn, Jada, Skyler, Shawn, Destiny and Faith. Uncles Roger, Bob, and Gary Brown, Aunts Brenda Veach, Wanda Mannebach, Crystal Cherry, and Terry Thursman.

Growing up he enjoyed helping his Grandpa Max and Adlers Towing. He enjoyed the Pontiac Driven and hanging with family and friends in his teen years. In 1996 moved to Tellico Plains, TN with his growing family. He did construction work for Charles Anglin for many years, wiring over 100 Wendy’s in GA. He enjoyed helping his Aunt and Uncle work on their farm in Sweetwater, TN. Perry and his wife took over Kramboz BBQ restaurant in Tellico Plains coming #1 in Monroe County. He enjoyed camping, fishing, remolding and working on cars with his family. He loved his kids and grandchildren very much. Memorial will beheld by family.

Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same; but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again. - Ron Tranmer

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