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 email@example.com 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.