Funeral services for Brother H.S. Brown, 86,  of   Cookeville,
TN, will be held at 12 Noon on Wednesday, March 30, 2016,  at
Anderson - Upper Cumberland Funeral Home   in   Gainesboro,
TN. Burial will follow in the  Crest  Lawn  Memorial  Cemetery  in
Cookeville, TN.

  The family will receive friends  on  Tuesday  from  4  P.M. - 9
P.M., and Wednesday from 10 A.M. until time of services.

  He  passed  away  on  Sunday,  March  27,  2016,   at   NHC
Healthcare of Cookeville.

  He was born February 11, 1930, in  Overton  County, TN,  to
the   late   Charlie Benton Brown   and   Lula Ayers Brown.    On
December 25, 1953, he was married  to  the  late  Lucille  Pryor
Brown, who passed away December 14, 2010. He served in the
U.S. Army during the Korean War, earning the rank of  Corporal
and serving as an assistant chaplain.   Brother   Brown   was   a

  Brother   Brown   loved    the    Lord;    he   had   a   genuine
compassion for people and made himself available as a servant
to many families in their time of need. H.S.  began  his  50   plus
years in the Ministry as an  Evangelist  holding  tent  and  brush
arbor meetings in the Upper  Cumberland  area  in  the  1950's.
H.S. was a former Minister of the  Burristown  Assembly  of  God
and the New Hope Community Church, both in Jackson County,
after which he continued to preach  and  serve  until  his  health
prevented him to do so. He attended Trinity Assembly of God in
Algood, Tennessee.

  In  addition  to  his   wife   and   parents, he was preceded in
death   by   6   Sisters:    Grace   Nevins,    Lois   West,   Clarice
Tomlinson, Essie Hodges, Eunice Sullivan, and Ava Brown; and
1 Brother: Grady Brown.

  Survivors include  1  Daughter:  Jeanette (Randy) Hansel  of
Gainesboro,  TN;    1    Granddaughter:    Rebecca    Hansel  of
Nashville,  TN;   and   Special  Friends:  Gary  and  Ann Barker.
Several   nieces,   nephews,   and   cousins also survive.

  Bro. Jim  Moore  and  Bro. Glen  Burks  will  officiate   at   the
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