Georgia Lee Brown was born on April 2, 1938 in San Diego, CA the youngest of nine children of her loving parents Henry and Louise Brown.
Georgia attended Logan Elementary, Memorial Jr. High, and San Diego High School. During these years, San Diego High School was known as the Grey Castle.
Georgia was employed by and retired from San Diego Unified School District. She spent these years working in the cafeterias of various schools throughout the district. She retired from the school district after twenty years of service.
Georgia was baptized in 1979 by the late Rev. Clyde E. Gaines of the Greater Trinity Baptist Church. She then moved her membership to Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Georgia loved going to the local casinos, especially when she left with more money than she had when she arrived. She always made known her love of sports on television, often calling to find out what time and channel a certain game, or games would be shown. In addition, she loved to collect fine jewelry. However, everyone is likely to remember most the fact that Georgia lived life on her own terms.
Georgia was called home on January 30, 2019 to join her parents Henry and Louise, as well as her siblings Johnny, Henrietta, Abraham, Dorothy, Betty, Willow, Joe, and Natalie.
Left to remember her loud and infectious laugh: sisters-in-law Bonnie and Dorothy Brown; nieces Joyce (Tom Kierstyn), Stephanie (Collis Hunt,) Terry (Gordon Riddick,) and Tammie Stoot; nephews Andrew (Javier) Burns, Phillip Brown; goddaughter Tiffany; great-nieces Yvonne (Emcie) Robinson, Shaun Johnson, and a host of family and friends.