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Louvenia Brown

January 9, 2019

Pastor Louvenia Brown, 76, of Waycross, GA, entered eternal rest on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.  She was born on February 8, 1942 in Waycross, GA to the late Roosevelt Hill Sr. and Hazel Barr Hill.  Pastor Brown received her education from the Ware County School System in Waycross, GA.   She was loved by her classmates from Center High School class of 1961 which she also cherished dearly.


She was devoted to her children, family and the things of Christ.  In her younger years, Pastor Brown was one of the lead singers with the Ever-Ready Gospel Singers, known for their angelic voices and sense of style.  She was with this Gospel Group for 10 years.  Pastor Brown has worked several jobs throughout the years and retired from Satilla Regional Medical Center in 2007.  While employed there, Pastor Brown made an impact on the lives of many and made lasting friendships with Margaret Hall (best friend) and Denise Cobb.  Two other friends that were near and dear to her heart are Mother Bettie Wilson and Missionary Eddie Pearl Sharpe.
She was the Senior Pastor of True Foundation Church of God for 15 years and served as Assistant Pastor for many years prior to becoming Senior Pastor.  Pastor Brown has labored in the gospel for 40+ years serving in the capacity of secretary, treasurer, Sunday School teacher, deaconess, minister, missionary, evangelist, assistant pastor and pastor.  Pastor Brown was not only the queen to her family and all that knew her, but a general in the spirit with a true servant’s heart.  She was a “Faith Walker” and by faith she overcame many obstacles in life including surviving stomach cancer for 14 years.


Pastor Louvenia Brown was proceeded in death by her parents Hazel Hill (mother), Roosevelt Hill Sr. (father); four brothers, James Hill, Roosevelt “Bubba” Hill Jr., Willie B Hill and LV Hill Sr.  She leaves to cherish her memory two loving daughters, Stephanie Hammond (Ronald) of Hamden, CT and Monica Brown of Waycross, GA; two sisters, the ever so devoted Louise Hill of Waycross, GA and Rosa Lee Tannihill of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; three grandchildren, Charity Hammond, Hope Hammond and Faith Hammond all of Hamden, CT; one sister-in-law, Janet Hill of Rochester, NY; two god daughters; Angela Wade of Baxley, GA and Yolandra Smith of Columbus, GA,  four spiritual sons; Bishop Eddie James Cooper of Waycross, GA, Pastor Jaylen Thomas of Homerville, GA, Bishop Albert Bussey of Waycross, GA and Bishop Michael Angelo James of Waycross, GA; the Wooten family of Waycross/Blackshear GA; two special children; Derek Wooten of Valdosta, GA and Laura Wooten Butler of Alpharetta, GA; a very special niece Prophetess Jeanette Finney of Waycross, GA and great-great nephew Ra’mier Taylor of Waycross, GA and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends to cherish her memory.
 

If Just for One Moment…
If just for one moment you could see 
all the glorious wonders my eyes did meet
The day I left you was no easy task, but I peeped 
over into heaven as my time of departure was at hand
I heard all your laughter and had seen all your tears
I even heard all your concerns and even your fears
Nothing more I could do as my body grew tired
although I kept fighting with you all by my side
I was glad you released me my two precious jewels
so, the pain I once felt could no longer rule
My soul went into eternal rest but I’m watching over 
each of you as you know I’d do best
Keep making me proud as you both often do my babies, 
my loves, my forever’s tried and true
Written by: Monica Brown     

Sisters Are Forever
Sisters are forever bonded by blood through and through
we’ve been two peas in a pod, stuck together like glue
All our lives we’ve been together side by side
through the storms of life our love for one another did survive  
I could never imagine my life without my dear sister
but now that the time has come, I must admit I miss her
With each passing moment I think of the good times
as I fight back the tears, I now try to hide
You heard the master’s call, so you had to leave me behind
as you took on wings of a dove and like the sun you did rise
Although my heart aches because you’re no longer here, just
know I still love you my sister; my closest friend
Written by: Monica Brown

 

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