Mark Allen Brown

Born on March 29, 1957

Departed on March 10, 2018 and resided in Portland, TN

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Mr. Mark Allen Brown, 60, of Portland, passed away peacefully on March, 10, 2018. He was born on March 29, 1957 in Sumner County to the late Jessie and Mary Alice Brown. Mark is also preceded in death by one brother.

Mark loved his family, especially his grandkids. His favorite thing to do with them was play board games, especially Chinese checkers because his family said he would always beat them while playing. He also enjoyed doing some pond fishing.

Mark is survived by his children; Jessica Stewart (Tommy), Angie Wallace (David), Marcus Brown; seven grandchildren; two sisters and two brothers.

A life celebration will be 11am Wednesday, March 14 at Crestview Funeral Home. Visitation will be 4-8pm Tuesday evening and again one hour prior to the service on Wednesday. Burial will be at Crestview Memory Gardens. Crestview Funeral Home in charge of arrangements, 1623 Hwy 109 N, Gallatin TN 37066.

4 Comments to Mark Allen Brown

  1. Jasmine Thomas
    March 12, 2018 9:33 pm

    Pawpaw I miss you so much I can’t belive your gone.. I still think it’s a dream😩 I miss you dearly! I love you

    Your grand-daughter

  2. Jessica Stewart
    March 12, 2018 11:46 pm

    Dad, there are no words to express this pain. I had a life time with you but that was not enough. You were my hero,my first love. You were how I thought all men should be. There was nothing you would not do for us. You worked tirelessly to provide us the best life you could and we were always grateful for what we had. I learned to work my butt off for what I had and wanted from you. You taught me to respect everyone and to treat them as equals. And I am passing those values down to your grandchildren that we all know you adore. Life will not be the same with out you. You will be forever in our hearts, Jessie Keela

  3. Katrina Bracey West
    March 14, 2018 8:24 am

    I love you Uncle Mark. Relieved isn’t a word that really fits here, but I am relieved, in that you are not suffering and hurting NO MORE. And after all the signs I’ve scene from above today
    I KNOW that you are safely and comfortably watching over us all from the amazing home you’re in now.
    I Love you, this “rugrat” of yours will always hold you dear in my heart. And I’ll keep an eye on these amazing grandbabies you have here and watch them grow into the awesome adults you know they are going to be. I know that’s what you’ll miss the most.

  4. AMANDA Binkley melton
    March 14, 2018 4:01 pm

    I never called you that – it was pawpaw from the time we met. Thank you for always being kind and understanding. Thank you for accepting me into your lives when I became a step mom. You were appreciated and loved so much. I am greatful to have met you and known you. I am also grateful for knowing that you are resting in the arms of our savior. I am praying for the family and I am always here is anyone needs me. Love you all and Godspeed until we meet again.
    Amanda Binkley Melton

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