Everette Joenathan Brown | Funeral Service

Funeral service for the late Rev. Dr. Everette Joenathan Brown JP age 56 years of #92 Joe Farrington Road will be held on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at The New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. William L. Thompson, Rev. Dr. A. Shelton Higgs, Rev. Dr. Stephen Thompson, Rev. Dr. Arthur Charlton and Rev. Tyrone Laing assisted by Other Ministers. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his fond memories are his loving and devoted wife of 34 years, Rev. Sheila Brown. Son: Everette Brown Jr., Daughters: Yvette (Bruce) Clarke Jr, Ebony Brown. Mother: Miriam Brown. Sisters: Ms. Valerie Hepburn, Mrs. Antoinette (Frank) Moss, Nurse Jenniemae Stuart, Shandia Smith, Tina (Jermaine) Hepburn and Anita Smith.  Brothers: Rev. Clifton (Betty) Hepburn, Valentino Brown, Stephen (Melissa) Brown, Bernard Brown, Ian Smith. Uncles: Solomon (Judy) Rolle, Danny Moxey. Aunts: Elizabeth (Sam) Pratt, Julia (Hartley) Neilly, Donna Moxey, Dedrie Francis. Sisters-in-law: Leona (John) Albury, Evang. Rudell (Elder Parker) Cornish, Judymae McPhee, Louise McPhee. Brothers-in-law: Elder Kendal (Deac. Linda), Minister Randy and (Min. Chantel) McPhee; Nephews: Damien Hepburn, Franz Moss, D’Angelo Brown, Andrew, Kenrick, Jerome (Shonte), Lenward (Latonia), Javon, Jamaal McPhee, Dashawn Edgecombe. Nieces: Danielle and Jade Brown, Nadia Hepburn, Joyann McPhee, Annalise (Andrew) Davis, Simone, Katis, Patricia, Latoya Albury, Natassia, Felicia Moss, Charmaine (Antonio) Burrows, Natasha (Jermaine) Beneby, Lynessa Bullard, Garnell (Troy) Pratt, Lashante McPhee. Cousins: Fabian (Enid) Stuart, Bernard, ASP Bradley Pratt, Shamell (Amanrah) Ford, Maranda, Wayne (Pamala), Kimberley Munroe, Kristy (Corey) Williams, Duran, Christopher Moxey Jr., Lashanna Gittens, Telnear (Miguel) Cartwright, Dwayne Mackey, Eugene Stuart, Hazel Gordon, Betty Bullard, Darvin, Sean, Julian, Darnell Rolle, Icella Hepburn, Macy Hanna, Rose Johnson, Beverley Rolle, Icella Burrows, Rhoda King, Dewey and Luella Dawkins. Numerous Grand Nieces & nephews too many to mention. Other relatives and friends include the officers and members of the New Bethlehem Baptist Church, the Bahamas National Baptist Association, the Bahamas National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention, the Dawkins, McPhee and Brown families. Rev. Howard T. G. (Patricia) Smith and family; Pastor Glendon Rolle and the Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church Family; Pastor Craig Johnson and the St. Stephen’s Baptist Church, Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera; Rev. Dr. Jim Holly and the  Historic Little Rock Baptist Church, Detroit Michigan; Bishop David (Rev. Alfreda) McPhee  and the Hour of Power family; Pastor Paul (Min. Helen) McPhee and Carmichael Baptist Holiness Church family; The administrative staff and the security department of the Bahamas Baptist Community College and Jordan Prince William High School, St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church Family, Deac. Robert Farquharson and Family, A. F. Adderley Class of 1980, Fellow colleagues of Selma University, Sis. Clarista Williams and Family, Portia Taylor and Cecily Seymour and Family, Sis. Lydia Armaly and Family, Min. Virginia Moss and family, Min. Mable Farquharson and family, Sis. Daisy Armbrister and Family, Sis. Myrtle Deveaux and Family, Rev. Tyrone Laing and family, Deac. Dwight Charlow and family, Elder Elcie Mackey and Family, Elder Cora McPhee and family, Dr. Charles Osazuwa and the Sea grapes medical team, Dr. Dellarese Woods Isaacs, Dr. Roland Hamilton and Nursing Officer Kayla Douglas, The Yellow Elder and Bozene Town Communities, the Community of Walting Street and other relatives and friend too numerous to mention.


Viewing will be held at the William Thompson Auditorium, Jean Street on Friday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and again at the New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive on Saturday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and at the church on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until service time.

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