Ron­ald Brown

The Telegraph (Macon) - - News -

Jan­uary 2, 1938 - Novem­ber 6,

2018 MCDONOUGH, GA- Ron­ald Prince Brown, at the age of 80, went on to be with the Lord Je­sus onTues­day, Novem­ber 6, 2018. Ron­ald passed away in his home sur­rounded by his lov­ing fam­ily af­ter an ex­tended ill­ness. Ron­ald is sur­vived by his lov­ing­wife Peggy and his 2 chil­dren, Lau­rie Tay­lor and Todd Brown. Also sur­viv­ing rel­a­tives are Lau­rie’s hus­band, Dr. B. Al­lenTay­lor, their chil­dren, Matthew Tay­lor, andMrs.Macy Tay­lor Har­less (Chad), and also Todd Brown, wifeAns­ley, and sons, Walker Brown and Bay­lor Brown.

Late rel­a­tives are brother, Her­manBrown, and sis­ter, Loretta Brown Dixon. Liv­ing sur­vivors are brother, Cur­tis Brown (wife Florence) and chil­dren, Bev­erly, Mark, and Bar­bara. Sis­ter, Ms. Joann Brown Sim­mons Grif­fin and chil­dren, son, James Sim­mons (wife Joy), daugh­ters Erin andBai­ley. Son, AlanK Grif­fin (wifeAngie), sonAlex and daugh­ter An­drea, and daugh­ter, Julie Grif­fin Cathey (hus­band John) and chil­dren, Mea­gan andWil­liam.

Ana­tive ofMa­con, GA, Ron­ald at­tended Lanier High School then at­tended the Univer­sity of Ge­or­gia from 1956-1961, hav­ing tremen­dous tal­ent in ath­let­ics, he had tremen­dous suc­cess in­many sports, lov­ing bas­ket­ball, but hav­ing great suc­cess as a base­ball player for the GA Bull­dogs. Ron­ald grad­u­ated with a Bach­e­lor’s De­gree in Busi­ness Ad­min­is­tra­tion, ma­jor­ing in Ac­count­ing. Ron­ald then worked for the In­ter­nal Rev­enue Ser­vice for years be­fore start­ing his very suc­cess­ful Ac­count­ing Busi­ness on Vineville Ave. in Ma­con. Ron­ald was al­ways thank­ful that God pro­vided him a job he “could be suc­cess­ful in.”

Amemo­rial ser­vice will be held for Ron­ald at Vineville Bap­tist Church onWed­nes­day , Novem­ber 14th at 2pm. There will be a lun­cheon start­ing at the church at 11:30am­for those whow­ish to at­tend. It would be great to have a head count so we can be pre­pared, so if you couldRSVP to Lau­rie Tay­lor at ll­tay­­mormy num­ber, 770- 656-1079, it would be greatly ap­pre­ci­ated.

Ron­ald­was a faith­ful mem­ber of the Vineville Bap­tist Church. He would ask in lieu of flow­ers that youmay con­sider mak­ing amon­e­tary do­na­tion to this church, that filled his soul with joy, peace and love. If he could leave you with some words of wis­dom, is that you would find the in­cred­i­ble love and peace that only the Lord Je­susChrist can bring, some­times the Lord can only en­ter a heart that is bro­ken, and empty of pride.... and re­mem­ber that God can only re­deema heart that truly, sin­cerely seeks his only Son, Je­sus Christ. “Go in peace, as my jour­ney­withmy Sav­ior has only just be­gun....” said, Ron­ald Brown.

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