Mrs. Edith Mae Cooper Brown was born June 7, 1952 in Florence, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Leroy Douglas, Sr. and the late Lena Cooper Douglas. She departed this life on Monday, August 23, 2021.
Mrs. Brown attended the Florence Public Schools System and was a proud Class of 1971 graduate of Wilson High School.
She was joined in marital bliss to Reverend Randolph Brown and this union was blessed with four wonderful children.
Mrs. Brown was employed by Florence School District One until her retirement.
Mrs. Brown served as the Secretary of the Ministers & Ministers’ Wives Black River Association in Manning, South Carolina.
In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by one sister, Juanita Walker.
Left to cherish her love and precious memories are her husband of fifty-one years, Reverend Randolph, Sr. of Florence, South Carolina; three sons, Randolph “Pop” (Felicia) Brown, Frederick Brown, and Daniel Brown all of Florence, South Carolina; one daughter, Verlinda Brown of Atlanta, Georgia; 19 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; six sisters, Annie Bailey, Dorothy Douglas, Liza Myers, Teresa “Peaches” Douglas, Audrey Burris, and Audriane Bines all of Florence, South Carolina; three brothers, Charlie “Buddy” Williams of Florence, South Carolina, Cornelious “Root” Douglas of Pamplico, South Carolina, and Leroy Douglas, III of Florence, South Carolina; seven brothers-in-law, Amos Myers of Florence, South Carolina, Corey Bines of Florence, South Carolina, Anthony Burris of Florence, South Carolina, David Brown of Florence, South Carolina, Joe (Rosa) Brown of Hartsville, South Carolina, Charles Graham of Florence, South Carolina, and Willie (Emma Lee) Graham of Scranton, South Carolina; four sisters-in-law, Betty Joe Brown of Charlotte, North Carolina, Betty Lou (Nashid) Barrett of Newark, New Jersey, Anne (Leo) Singletary of Scranton, South Carolina, and Jacqueline Pickett of Winston Salem, North Carolina; and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.
Please keep the family of Mrs. Edith Mae Brown in your thoughts and prayers.