Danny Lee Brown, 57. of Myrtle Beach, SC, passed away Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital in Murrells Inlet, SC. Danny is survived by two sons: Jason Brown and Ryan Brown both of Surfside Beach, SC, two sisters: Sylvia Lewis of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Brenda Kennedy, of Conway, two brothers: Van Brown of Portland Oregon, and John Henry Brown of Myrtle Beach, SC, one Grandson, Colin Brown of Dublin, Ireland, and several nieces and nephews.
A Memorial Service celebrating Danny’s life will be held Sunday, September 11, 2016, at 2pm at Lakewood Campground with Rev. Danny Banks officiating. Arrangements are in the care of Coastal Cremations, Carolina Shores, NC.
I already miss your calls… you got my lima beans cooked ??? How bout my meatloaf. ??? Oh how I love you…
Sending love and prayers to all of Dannys family he was a special person always told me he was going to bring me some goats. ( ofcourse Coy had told him that I hated goats).all my love to all the brown family you are all special to me . I love you all
You were an awesome sister…..
Danny will be miss he has gone to be with jesus my prayers are with the family
Brenda so sorry for your but knowing God needed him more .and think of all the good times you share .and remember he may be gone but will always live in your heart .so hold onto the good memories you shared .
You will be miss so much. Prayers for the family.
Danny was my best friend for over 30 years. I’m gonna be lost without him. I don’t know how I’m gonna spend my time without him . He was the kind of friend that was always there for everyone. Nothing he wouldn’t do for anyone. There was no one like him . I will truly miss him . He will forever be in my mind, heart and soul . I watched him suffer a long time. May you rest in peace . Forever your friend, (Bondo) Bob Lenard
Well the only thing I can say about Danny Brown is he was Danny Brown I enjoyed working with Danny and I always love to hear about the vacations that Danny and Bob which is Bondo went on down to Florida I will never forget Danny if you knew him you won’t forget him because you will always have memories of Danny he make you laugh and make you cry at the same time butt Danny had a tender heart I enjoyed talking to Danny he’s been sick for a long time I seen Danny riding on the golf cart we would laugh and talk and always talked about one vacation to Florida when I think about Danny that’s the one that I think about Bondo you know which one that was I never laughed so hard everytime I think about it Danny we love you we will miss you I’ll miss seeing you ride around Lakewood taking care of it now you can take care of Lakewood standing beside Jesus we love and miss you all my love and prayers go out to his two sons and his sisters and brothers all the family and to the Perry Family his extended family love you and miss you Danny
Danny, I know your in heaven talking s#xt to everyone and making everyone laugh. You always made me laugh even through the tough times. I always felt protected,respected and loved. You were my knight in shining armour. There will never be another Danny Brown. You had a heart as big as you were strong. I miss hearing you say my name 24 hours a day. I have cried a million tears and I know I will cry a million more. I love you to the moon and back. Now in heaven you will be at peace and in my heart you will always stay until we meet again. I miss you terribly and wish I had”one more day”. I will always love you! Your loving “wife” Deb (T.R.H.B.F.H.)
Thank you, Bondo for always being there for him when he needed you and most importantly being there for him in his last days. The world needs more people like you!
Holly and Danny Johnson
Danny you fought a good fight,a long battle.
A good heart has stopped beating. A good soul ascended to heaven.
We lost another dear friend to the Angels and take comfort in knowing that now we have a special Guardian Angel to watch over us.
Danny you will be missed by many who loved you so much.
Ricky and myself included.
Your simple Love of Life was infectious.
Know you’ll keep heaven filled with smiles and laughter.
Thank you for being our good friend and a friend to so many.
We are so grateful and proud to have known you.
Rest in Peace old friend and fly high with the rest of our Angels
See you later.
So saddened for our loss.
No words can express our sorrow.
Our Prayers go out to you all.
May God continue to bless and comfort you all as you go through this difficult time of sorrow.
With Deepest Sympathy Karolina and Franklin Pike
“Karola” and “Ricky”
I miss you more and more each day. It’s true what they say “you never now what you have until it
gone.” I don’t think I truly appreciated what that meant. You were my hero, mentor and father. You
taught me how to be as a person and how to treat others. You showed me what strength and kindness
were. I am the person I am today because of the lessons you taught me. You taught me not to back
down and to fight for what you want. You showed me how be a good friend to people and help anyone
you can. You were a selfless person who would do so much more for others than you would for yourself.
I know without a doubt that you loved Jason and myself unconditionally and with all your heart.
I hope that you truly understand how much I love you and miss you. From working on cars with you as a young
boy to building projects around the house you taught me what I was capable of. That a little hard work
and dirty hand would take me where I wanted to and that I could help others the way you had before
me. To know your friends you had made in your life showed me who you really were and the impact
you had on the world. You had a way of bringing a smile to peoples faces, whether they want to or not.
You had an infectious personality that seemed to bring those around you up.
I miss your jokes. I miss your hugs. I miss singing Hank William songs with you while we made breakfast. I miss helping fix
things. I miss helping you break things. I miss YOU. Every time I get a chance to put the lessons you
taught me to use I smile, knowing that you are still there guiding me. Reminding me who I am and
where I come from. Of course, I wish we had more time but that was not how it was meant to be. I live
on each day knowing how much I meant to you. I hope to be a good reminder of the man you were and
the spirit you carried. I love and miss you dearly.
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