James Brown

James Harrison Brown

Wednesday, November 18th, 1992 - Monday, June 29th, 2020
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James "Jayme" Harrison Brown, 27, of Greenville, SC went to be with the Lord Monday, June 29, 2020. Jayme was born in Greenville, SC to his parents Anthony "Tony" Hugh Brown, Jr. and Susan Elizabeth Tesner Brown.

In addition to his loving parents Jayme is survived by his son Reece Parker Brown; two brothers Ryan Alexander Brown and John Logan Brown; grandparents Anthony "Tony" H Brown, Sr. and Nancy Harrison Brown.
Jayme was preceded in death by his grand father John "Don" R Tesner and Grand mother Jeanne Salter Tesner.

Jayme loved drawing, music and all creative art forms, fitness, and weight lifting. He loved his son dearly and spent almost all of his time consumed by Reece. He was a tenacious fighter with unparalleled strength, grit, and was known for his tender and kind heart. A brother by blood to two; a brother in arms to many. He often was caught red-handed giving generously to the homeless, even when he was in need. Gentle enough to play with children and resilient enough to fight for what he believed in. In his teens and early 20's Jayme led his family to know Christ. Something he was very proud of.

The family will receive friends Sunday, July 5th, 2020, at 2pm at Palmetto Mortuary in Greenville, SC. A service will follow at 3pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Brown family in support of a trust being set up for Jayme's beloved son Reece.
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Sandy Johnson

Posted at 08:04pm
Tony, Susan, Ryan and Logan, I am so sorry to hear about this very sad news. There are no words I can share to help with your sorrow. I can say Jamie was a very sweet person. I remember all the times he spent with Brady as they were going up. Always generous, helpful and shy. I regret not knowing him as an adult. I’m sure he was a wonderful father because he had wonderful parents. My love, thoughts and prayers go out to you all, Sandy

Antonio potter

Posted at 01:17am
Wow just now realizing that you have passed... you and you’re brothers were my childhood growing up.. rest easy bro i can’t warp my head around this I hope all strength and love to everyone... watch over me up there 😞❤️

Ashley Brown

Posted at 11:47pm
We didn’t get off on the right foot when we first met. However I’m glad you became a really good friend to me. Best memory was sitting on top of Paris Mountain which we had to walk to from the bottom of the hill since it was closed off. I made the joke out of breath of gah I’m getting fat from all this pizza I eat, you chuckled and was like well work out I’m down to run or whatever whenever you’re ready 😂😂 We sat up there for 2 hours just talking about anything and everything including your want for sobriety and just good people in your life. Jayme it seriously hurt my heart to get this news. I just yelled NOOO. You will be missed by so many and forever loved. Delilah still asks about Uncle Jayme and I’ll be sure to keep your memory alive!!

Nancy Hill

Posted at 08:39pm
From the very beginning of his life.. jayme has been loved by his family and I remember being so proud of him and wanting to show him off!.. the most handsome brothers ... my nephews. I will always remember you with pride and my love will always remain

Pat Salter

Posted at 07:16pm
Susan, we remember the times that your mom brought Jayme up to visit his Uncle Bud with fondness.

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