Geraldine Brown
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Geraldine Brown
  • November 24, 1936 - May 30, 2017
  • Goose Creek, South Carolina

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Geraldine (“Gerry”) Brown, of Goose Creek, SC, was born in Buffalo, NY, on November 24, 1936 to Walter and Martha Grabowski. She was a loving wife for 56 years to A.C. Brown. She was very blessed to be able to stay at home and raise her two children, Jimmy and Linda. Gerry loved children and was very active with cheerleading, softball, football, cub scouts, girl scouts, and teaching Sunday School. She volunteered as the room mother throughout her children’s school years and was an active member of the PTA. Her house was the hang out for all the kids in the neighborhood and they all called her mom.



When her two grandchildren, Michael and Christopher, went to school, she would volunteer to help out with parties, field trips, and anything else that was needed. She adored her grandsons and was a major role model in their lives. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 166 and Cabane 1067. There, she helped with parties for the kids and veterans, and preparing food for the Veterans Hospital patients and helping those in need. She passed away peacefully being hugged by Christopher and surrounded by her loving family on May 30, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Walter Grabowski Jr. and Richard Grabowski; and granddaughter, Laura Moeller. Surviving is her loving husband, A.C. Brown, who took excellent care of her during her illness; son, Jimmy (Shelly) Brown; daughter, Linda (Morey) Moeller; and grandsons, Michael and Christopher Moeller; and brother, Donald Grabowski. The family would like to thank Dr. Gene Saylors and his PA’s, Erin Lott and Lindsey Vollono, with Charleston Hematology and Oncology Associates for all the compassionate care that they gave to her. They would also like to recognize all the staff members of the Oncology unit at St. Francis Hospital. Everyone there treated her like she was one of their family members and gave her compassionate and excellent care. She also enjoyed the daily visits and prayers from Sister Rosie at St. Francis. She went to be with God holding the rosary that was given to her from Sister Rosie. Gerry touched so many people’s lives and will be greatly missed.