Carrie Brown Obituary, Death – In the 1920s, Carrie Coles became acquainted with George Brown, the man she would later marry. It was during this time that she first met the man. Cynthia Brown, who is both their one and only child, was born as a result of their union, and she is also the only child they have ever had. After the death of her husband, she began a new love affair with someone who would eventually become the love of her life and accompany her until the end. They were blessed with three children as a direct result of their coming together, and their names are Geraldine Diane, Elaine Debra, and Glenn Mason (Buddy).

Carrie Coles Brown came into this world on August 2nd, 1913, when she was brought into it by her birth. She was the seventh child that her parents had out of a total of thirteen children that were born to them. Her parents were named Mr. and Mrs. William Coles, and both of them were born and raised in the community of Buford, which is found in the state of South Carolina. Throughout their entire lives, both of my parents were devoted members of the Baptist church and adherents of its tenets.

The only people who will be left to mourn her passing are her devoted family members: Her three children are named Geraldine Mungin of North Carolina, Elaine Debra Murphy of Jamaica, New York, and Glenn Mason, of White Plains, New York; her eight grandchildren are named Barbara Hazelwood, Jewell Myers, Elliot Johnson, Charles Jamal Murphy, Aisha Murphy, Lateef Mungin, and Rashida Mungin; and her eight great-grandchildren are named Barbara Hazelwood, Jewell Myers, Elliot Johnson, Charles Jamal Murphy.

Carrie’s efforts were consistently exceptional, going far beyond what was expected of her. She ultimately decided to retire from the city of New York after working there for over 20 years, which is more than the required minimum. After a short time, she left her position with the city to begin working at the Baisley Senior Center. Prior to that, she had retired earlier than expected from her previous job.