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Kendrell Jerome Brown
February 1, 1986 ~ November 19, 2022 (age 36) 36 Years Old
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"Well done thy good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a few things: I will put you in charge of many things."
~ Matthew 25:22
On the morning of Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 3:00am, Kendrell was called home to be with the Lord. His absence will leave a major void but his legacy will forever live on. The memory of his smile and laugh will be the comfort to all who knew and loved him.
Kendrell Jerome Brown, a beloved father, son and brother was born February 1, 1986 to the late Jerome Brown and Rhonda (Brown) Winfield in Walterboro, South Carolina.
Kendrell was educated in the public schools of Colleton County but recieced his high school diploma from North Carolina Community College in Pisgah Forest, NC in 2004. As a child Kendrell was always adventurous and willing to try anything. He took that into his adulthood and it made him a successful business man.
Kendrell affectionately know as "Dan" or Buc" never met a stranger. Kendrell had a smile that would light up the room. He has a joke for everything and anybody. No one was safe. Kendrell was well known and respected everywhere he went. His presence in his community was unmatched. Jacksonboro and Parkers Ferry will changed forever.
Kendrell was the owner and operator of two successful businesses, Dan Brown Landscaping and Dan Brown Firewood.
He also assisted his cousin with Daisy Landscaping. The business was named in honor of their grandmother. Kendrell started his business and exhibited love, devotion and compassion or people by giving them the opportunity to work.