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Victor R. Brown

Reverend Victor R.Brown was born February 3, 1931 to George Wesley and Mattie D.Brown in Kildare,Texas He departed this life on December 16, 2013. He grew up in Kildare area and attended church in that area,Rev.Brown attended elementary school in Kildare,Texas.He graduated from Prefection High School and then began college at Wylie Jr. College. He was employed as a cook for the Texas & Pacific Railroad. Later in his life,he answered his call to preach and became a pastor in the C.M.E. church.He pastored churches in Warrensburg,Mo as well as Sedelia,Mo.In 1983,he was sent to serve at Vivian Chapel where he served over 25 years until he retired. Pastor Brown's parents along with seven siblings preceded him in death. He is survived by his faithful and loyal wife Pearlie B.King Brown sons; Roswald (Ivy) and Lawrence Brown;daughter Vickie Crosby;Stepsons;Eugene King III (Lillie)and Fredrick D.King.He also leaves to cherish his memories two sisters;Era V.Sanders and Glendowlyn Mitchell;brother,Henry H.Brown numerous grandchildren,great-grandchildren,as well as a host of other relatives ,family and friends.

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Bigham Mortuary Dec 21 2013 7:37 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Victor Brown

Vince A.Williams Dec 21 2013 7:24 AM

My Father my friend. I will always love and appreciate the man you were in my life. There are a lot of Pastors, but very few walk in character and honor but most of all integrity. Thank you dad for up holding the standard of God till the very end. It was a pleasure to sit with you and mom for hours in September and you told me you knew you didn't have long, but I thank God for allowing you to pour into my life again on that day... I love you dad---GOD take care of Pastor Brown for I know he lived every bit of the word of God and for that I'm thankful that I can truly call him, "A man of God." Elder Marvin Stoxstell P.S. Dad I didn't want to see you in a casket I wanted to preserve your memory the last time we talked---Love you always

Marvin Stxstell Dec 20 2013 10:30 PM

To the Brown family, I read with sadness of your loss. Please know you have my deepest condolences. Although there are no words that can take away the pain that is felt over your loss, remember nothing, not even death, can take away the special memories youve shared together. May the sadness that you feel be comforted by your many cherished memories and the warmth of family and friends. Please remember that you can always lean on your Heavenly Father for support. He is a comforter of all those who mourn. In His Word the Bible, He tells us to throw all our anxiety upon Him, because He cares for us, 1Peter 5:7. Isaiah 41:10. He also tells us of a brighter future when our loved ones will awake from their restful sleep to enjoy life in paradise. John 11:11; John 6:40; Revelation 21:3, 4. Many are finding solace in this promise. I pray that you will also. Heartfelt prayers are with you.

S. Elaine Dec 20 2013 5:26 PM