Antonio Demetric Brown Sr., was born July 9th, 1978 in Los Angeles, California to Ulysess Brown Sr., and Bonnie Jones-Pharm. He attended Wadsworth Children’s Center and afterward he was enrolled into Wadsworth Elementary where he graduated the 6th grade. He also attended Audobon Jr High, graduating from the 9th grade and Dorsey High School graduating from the 12th grade.
As a young man, Antonio worked a summer job with Los Angeles Parks & Recreations until he secured full time employment where he worked for 27 years. While growing up he was very active in church, joining the Jr. Choir and Jr. Deacon Board, while concurrently participating in many other church activities. Antonio loved to accompany his mother and son A.J. to Sunday services and was baptized and became a member of Eternal Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Later he became a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev., Dr. Lester Mosley.
Antonio was well known on both the east and west side of South Central Los Angeles. He always had a smile on his face and had a loud throaty laugh. He always made you laugh with his very animated conversation and description of things, people places and events.
Antonio Demetric Brown Sr., also known as Too-Too to his family and closest friends joins his father, Ulysess Brown Sr., his stepfather, Benjamin Pharm, his brother and sister Tony Brown, Rhonda Verge as well as his nephew Ryan Brown in heaven. He leaves to mourn his mother Bonnie Jones-Pharm, his beloved children Antonio Brown Jr., Aubry Brown, Demetric Brown and Angel Brown, his brothers and sisters and their spouses, Bryan Brown (Desiree), Dwayne Brown, Michael Terrance and Nadia Brown, Tara Brown, Myrna Brown, Linda Brown, Ulysess & Lynette Brown, Gretchen & Lester Sells, Terri & Marcus Dixon. He also leaves to mourn his nephews, Bryan Brown Jr, Aaron Brown, Brandon Brown and Dewayne Brown Jr., and step-children. In addition, he leaves to mourn aunts and uncles, Annie Mills and family, Sandra Jones and family, Betty Jones (deceased) and family, Samuel Jones and family, Jimmy Jones and family, a host of cousins and dear friends.
Due to the State mandate changes there are guest limitations for the Visitation and the Funeral Service - contact next of kin for permission. Graveside is open to the public.
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Monday, August 17, 2020
720 E. Florence Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90301
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