November 26th, 1962 - July 28th, 2020
Jerry L. Brown Jr., age 57 of Middletown, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Jerry was born in Middletown, Ohio on November 26, 1962 to Jerry L. Brown Sr. and Patricia Ann Charles Stamper. Jerry graduated from Madison High School in 1981. He currently was a driver for UTS. Jerry was an avid gun collector and enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
Jerry is survived by his daughter, Lee Ann (Dan) Westerfield; grandchildren, Carson and Colton Westerfield; mother, Patricia Ann (Furman) Stamper; siblings, Candy Nausley, David Brown, Curt Brown, Furman Stamper Jr.,Helen Morris; mother to his daughter, Penny Brown; and numerous relatives and friends. He was raised in his teen age years by a devoted aunt and uncle, Richard and the late Claudia Brown. Jerry was preceded in death by his father, Jerry L. Brown Sr., grandparents, Roy and Gertrude Charles and Raymond and Juanita Brown.
Visitation will be held on Monday, August 3, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 1350 Millville Ave, Hamilton, Ohio. Funeral service will be held at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, on Monday, August 3, 2020 at 12:00 PM. Burial will follow at Millville Cemetery.
|dear brother I love and miss you very much Hope you’re having fun in Heaven with the rest of the family love Curt|
|prayers for you all!|
|Though many years have passed since our teenage adventures, Jerry will always be remembered for his cheerfulness and concern for friends and strangers alike. A true loss for us all.|
|I'm still in shock. We had a lot if good times growing up. We couldn't ask for a better brother. Hope you know how much you where loved and going to be missed.|
James Morgan Jr
|Sorry for the loss of your father. Jimmy Love|
|Jerry, you will forever be missed. You touched the lives of so many people and nobody could ever replace the joy and laughter you brought to the room. I remember when we first met at UTS, we clicked from day one and soon grew to becoming really good friends. You treated me like a brother and always told me I was your 2nd best friend. My wife and kids absolutely adored you and you were always so good to my kids, I remember you bringing them snacks just because you wanted to, even though I had told you that was a bad idea, still "Uncle Jerry" as they called you, would still bring those sweet treats whenever he came around. I learned a lot from you, you taught me a lot about hard work and dedication. You devoted your life to work and taking care of your family and you were the best friend anyone could ever ask for. I could go on and on about how good of a person Jerry was, but it seems clear that everyone who has ever known you or met you knows how good of a man you were. I can't believe we have to say goodbye, but the lord takes only the best and he chose to take you. May you rest in peace my friend, you will forever be in our hearts, i love you man! May all the prayers be with your family during this tragic time of loss, the pain they feel can't even be imagined. If any of you need anything at all, please let us know. God bless, may all prayers be with all of you.|
laura m hensley
|So sorry for ur loss keep ur family in my prayers and thoughts|
Mr and Mrs Ondrovich
|So sorry for your loss prayers and love to Penny and Lee Ann|
|Brother I am shocked to hear of your passing. My condolences to your family. We had some great times when we worked together. I am sad to see you go but maybe J.J. is with you now getting you checked in and showing you the ropes.|