Emory Oliver Brown

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“Deepest sympathy, Patricia. I know you had such high hopes for Emory's rehabilitation here at Wellmore. I admired your strength during that...Read More »
1 of 14 | Posted by: Susan Webber - Daniel island, SC

“Pat, I was so saddened to see that Emory had passed. I still remember all the good times at Attaway, Thompson & Assoc. in the old days. Emory was...Read More »
2 of 14 | Posted by: Mark Kearns - Mount Pleasant, SC

“To the entire Brown /Baker family our sincere condolences from Anne & Cliff Melton. I will greatly miss hearing Emory's laugh, we shared many laughs...Read More »
3 of 14 | Posted by: Cliff Melton - Mount Pleasant, SC

“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.Was so sorry to hear about this. ”
4 of 14 | Posted by: June Johns - Acquaintance

“Sorry to hear of Emory's passing. Knew him and Pat well in the 70's & '80's through the Sea Island Fishing Society, and later with his VA pharmacy...Read More »
5 of 14 | Posted by: Eddie Collins - Mt. Pleasant, SC

“So sorry to hear of Emorys demise. He was always a caring and loving person. I will always cherish the activities with the family at Sullivan's...Read More »
6 of 14 | Posted by: Regina Brown - Charleston,, SC

“A great friend and fellow adventurer has passed. I pray for his soul and the lives of the loved ones he leaves behind. ”
7 of 14 | Posted by: Lee Tigner - Awendaw, SC - Friend

“Pat, Skeeter & Allison,Keeping all of you close in thoughts & prayers. Emory has left so many memories behind, keep those memories close. Sending...Read More »
8 of 14 | Posted by: Bee & Rennis Puryear - Family

“Dr. Livesay and Jane are sorry for your loss. He was such a sweet man. He will be truly missed. Our prayers go out to the family. ”
9 of 14 | Posted by: Charleston Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

“My deepest sympathy to the family. I have such fond memories of my childhood on the Island and of Emory. RIP beautiful spirit. ”
10 of 14 | Posted by: Frances Brown Lefkowitz - SC

“My deepest sympathy to the family. I have such fond memories of my childhood on the Island and of Emory. RIP beautiful spirit. ”
11 of 14 | Posted by: Frances Brown Lefkowitz - SC

“Virginia and family, so sorry to hear about the passing of Emory!! We were classmates at Moultrie!! Praying God will give you His Peace and Comfort...Read More »
12 of 14 | Posted by: Cecilia Thomas Sperry - Friend

“We are so sorry for your loss . Emory was such a sweet man and will be greatly missed . Sending love and prayers . ”
13 of 14 | Posted by: Leslie Causey - Mt.pleasant, SC

“So sad to lose our precious Emory. We miss him already and we will always treasure our memories with an authentic South Carolina gentleman. ”
14 of 14 | Posted by: Fran and John Culler - Loveland, CO

Emory Oliver Brown of Isle of Palms, SC passed away on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 after a series of illnesses.

Emory is survived by his wife of 52 years, Patricia Baker Brown; children, Larry Brown and Allison Brown Barry (Thomas); grandchildren, Joseph Brown, Jordan Brown, and Alexis Barry; great grandchildren Sophia and Ava Brown. Emory was son of Guerard Fuller Brown and Caroline Moss Brown (both deceased) and sibling to Caroline Brown Williams (deceased), Guerard Fuller Brown, Jr. (deceased), George Brown (Linda) of Beaufort, SC and Virginia Brown Henderson (Doug) of Mt. Pleasant, SC.

Emory grew up on Sullivan's Island, SC and graduated from Moultrie High School. He then attended the University of South Carolina and graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy. Emory also bought, rented and sold investment real estate properties throughout the Lowcountry. An island boy through and through, he only lived away from Charleston and its barrier islands while at college and only a short time afterward.

Emory was a vibrant man who enjoyed outdoor adventures. Salt water ran through his veins. He loved exploring, boating and fishing in the creek, hunting in the woods and enjoying the beach. Emory was a member of and often ushered for Isle of Palms First United Methodist Church. He was also an active member of the Woodville Sportsman Society and Beachcombers. Emory had a booming, infectious laugh that made people turn and want to get in on the fun. He was a consummate southern gentleman and made friends easily since he enjoyed talking with anyone, from business leaders and members of church to his fellow island boys. His stories were legendary, and we think, mostly true. He taught his children the importance of balancing hard work and a job well done with enjoying life to its fullest. Through his offspring, nieces, nephews and many cousins, his most important legacy is the tradition of loving and living fully by the coast.

The family will have a private church service and plans to have a celebration of his life at a later date. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Mount Pleasant Chapel.