In Loving Memory

Gayla Laureen Brown, d. April 25, 2014

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In Loving Memory

Dove

Eight Mile, AL

Gayla Laureen Brown, 43, of Eight Mile, passed away, Friday, April 25, 2014 in a local hospital. She is a member of First Baptist North Mobile and was employed at the Quality Inn Downtown Mobile.

She is survived by her son, Dustin Max Brown of Eight Mile; her parents, Max J. Brown and Linda Roberts Brown, of Eight Mile; her brother, Wendell S. (Phyllis) Brown of Bay Minette; her sister, Anedra C. Brown; nephews, Roman Brown, Tim Garner, and Nick Garner of Eight Mile.

A Memorial Service will be held to celebrate Gayla’s life at 7:00pm, Monday night, April 28, 2014 at First Baptist North Mobile, in Saraland, AL.  Funeral services will be held at 12:00noon, Tuesday, April, 29, 2014 at Mutual Rites Church, Avera, MS.  Burial will be in the church cemetery.  Officiating will be Rev. Glenn Freeman.  Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com.  Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home & Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL  36526.

1 Comment

  1. Tracy Cooper

    My heartfelt condolences to this precious family, Dustin, Mr & Mrs Brown, Anedra, Wyndell & Phyllis, and extended family.

    Gayla was a wonderful dear friend to me! My heart is broken over hearing the news of Gayla’s passing thi weekend. I met Gayla when she came to work at Educators Resource. She and I had a special friendship. I knew God had brought her my way at Educators and I always told her so. Gayla’s laugh, easy going personality, her pure sweetness and heartfelt love for our Lord and Savior kept us both going every day! Her love for Dustin was OUT OF THIS WORLD!!! She adored you Dustin and nothing came between you and her! Gayla spoke mostly of Dusin, but I heard much of Anedra, her mom and dad, and as she said, “her handsome brother Wyndell and his very beautiful wife, her sister in law Phyllis”. She was so proud of you all! We use to talk about family, a lot! My heart is heavy with sadness today, but also smiles as I think of my dear friend Gayla. I consider myself very blessed to have befriended Gayla years back! Her friendship brought me through a lot! I will miss her until we meet again on that grand REUNION DAY! To the precious Brown family, be comforted and remember the wonderful days with Gayla as I will alway cherist and continue her memory forever! I honor my dear friend Gayla today and will always speak highly and carry on her life she lived here on this earth.

    Sweet Gayla, until we meet again on that great reunion day!…
    I Cor 15:55 – Where O dealth is your victory? Where O death is your sting? “Gayla’s in heaven with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!”

    Much love and prayers,
    Tracy Cooper
    Friend and former co-worker

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