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Annie Mae Brown
February 27, 1942 ~ November 8, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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On Wednesday, November, 08, 2023, the Lord took away all of your pain and Peacefully called you home.
Ms. Annie Mae Brown also known as “ Polly Ann” was born February 27, 1942 to the late Mae Lizzie Brown and the late Johnnie H. Pitts. Annie was raised by her Grandmother, the late Annie Mae Brown. The late Mr. Edward Gilliam was a Special friend of the family and took up a lot of time with Annie.
She was preceded in death by her Mother, Mae Lizzie Brown, Grandmother, Annie Mae Brown and a brother Tommy Tolbert.
Annie joined St. Vaughnville at an early age and was a dedicated member until her health started to decline in May 2010. Annie was a part of many auxiliaries of the Church, secretary of Sunday School, Gospel Choir, Pres. of Willing Workers and Missionary. She was also a member of Women Aid Society #49.
Annie attended public schools in Newberry, SC. She graduated from Gallman High, class of 1961. She enjoyed singing and dancing in her younger days, talking on the phone with her
friends and she made the BEST sweet potato pies. She LOVED her Family more than anything. She always planned Family Reunions because she had a BIG family and wanted Everyone to get to know their relatives. Her children teased her and called her the “Chappells Chronicle,” because she had a memory like no other. Often relatives or friends would say, “If you want to know the truth about something, you better call Polly”. Annie had a smile and laugh that would light up a room. Her favorite scripture was Psalm 100.
Annie's precious memories will forever be in the hearts of her four Loving children. Jocelyn Brown and Donna Turner (Victor) of Chappells, SC, Steven Brown (Yvonne) of Cross Hill, SC and
Kevin Brown of Simpsonville, SC. Six Grandchildren, Rakeem Anderson, Jasmine Turner, Juwan Brown, Dazilo Turner, Kaleb Brown, Zuri Brown and one great grandchild, Kyla Brown. Nieces and Nephews reared in the home, Mae Ruth Reeder, Anthony Reeder, Angela Reeder and Ashley Reeder. A Sister, Lessie Suber. Cousins raised as siblings, Barbara Riley and Bengelene Sutton, New York, James (Bessie Mae) Reeder. Devoted Cousins, Izola Wilson and Jesse Satterwhite, Greenwood, SC and Lula Crawford, Chappells, SC. Devoted friends, Fannie and Tyrone Pitts, Newberry, SC, Jesse and Sara Richard, Clinton, SC. A special phone friend, Mrs. Lelia Atchinson. A devoted Nephew Stanley Reeder, devoted Nieces, Melissa Toland, Cheryl Simpson and Donna Fincher and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who will miss her dearly.
Visitation will be Sunday November 12, 2023 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Wilson Funeral Home.
Funeral Service will be at 2:00 pm Monday November 13, 2023 at St. Vaughnville Baptist Church, 2127 Salter Rd. Chappells, SC.
Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
Wilson Funeral Home is honored to assist the Brown family and thank them for their continued support.