|Visitation||Good News COGIC 1063 W. North Bend Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45224||November 6, 2021||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Directions|
|Funeral Service||Good News COGIC 1063 W. North Bend Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45224||November 6, 2021||11:00 AM - 12:45 PM||Directions|
|Burial||Spring Grove Cemetery 4521 Spring Grove Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45232||November 6, 2021||Directions|
The sun rose on the life of Hattie Mae Hall-Brown on May 4, 1937 in Ramer, Alabama. She was the 5th child of the late Thomas and Rose Bud Hall. Sunset on October 16, 2021.
Mother Brown graduated from Dunbar High School at Ramer, Alabama. She worked at Kenner Standard Publishing, and McAlpin's Department Store.
Mother Brown met the love of her life, Lester C. Brown in 1958 and united in Holy Matrimony in 1960. Two children were born to this union Leslie, who preceded her in death, and Cathie Brown; Brother Lester transitioned September 11, 2012.
Mother Brown loved to sew and dress her goose in seasonal clothing. She stands at her front step today. Mother Brown was blessed with a lot of spiritual daughters and sons.
Mother Brown joined the Bible Way Church of God in Christ under the leadership of the late Bishop Abraham Isaac Jacob Swanson, XII. She taught Sunday School and served on the Mother's Board. She was saved, sanctified and filled with the Holy Ghost.
In 1972 the Lord moved Mother Brown to the Good News Church of God in Christ under the leadership of the late Pastor James H. Quick, Sr. She served as a Youth Leader, Sunday School Teacher and Leader of the Mothers' Board which consisted of the Deaconess Board and Communion Committee. She also served as Church Mother.
Mother Hattie M. Brown leaves to cherish her memory: a devoted daughter, Cathie Brown of Cincinnati, OH; her husband, L.C. Brown; (son, Leslie Brown preceded her in death); two grandchildren, Chanae' and Maya both of Cincinnati, OH; one daughter-in-law, Robin Brown; five god-daughters: Cynthia Brown, Jackie Wilkinson, Dionna Bowman, Dianna Bowman and Kim Jacob; two godsons: William Bowman II and Stuart Jacob; four sisters: Palmer Lee, Brooklyn, NY, Dorothy Hall, Coca, FL, Annie Moore, Louisville, KY and Bettie Hall, Montgomery, AL; five brothers: Westley Hall, Mack Neal Hall both of Cincinnati, OH, LC Hall, Louisville, KY, Edward Hall, Grady, AL, and Johnny H. Hall, Concord, NC; the in-laws: Veola, Mildred (Meldee), Ruth (Wilson), Eddie (Estella), Emanuel (Deborah), Booker and James Johnson; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; and special friend Mother Mary Helen Quick.