Edna Brown Obituary, Death – was born on January 31st, 1952, to the late Martha Elizabeth Haskins and the late Joseph (Bit) Brown, both of whom had passed away previously.
Her high school lover and the love of her life, Hurley Clayton Beachum, as well as her infant son, Deron Antwone Brown, passed away before she did.

Ms. Edna Brown, who was a devoted and active member of the St. Paul AME Church in Florence, Alabama, made the decision to place her faith in Jesus Christ as her personal Lord and Savior when she was quite young. She was a member of the Choir, the Missionary Society, the Usher Board, and the Sunday School until the day she passed away at the North Alabama Medical Center on January 1, 2022. During her time there, she also served as a Sunday School Teacher and a Sunday School Superintendent Teacher.

We are paying our respects to a mother, grandmother, sister, friend, cousin, and all-around beautiful person who was also our mother and grandma. Ms. Edna Brown was the BEST mother and grandmother in the entire world, and she even considered other children to be her own because she had a particular love for all children. She even considered other children to be hers because she had a special love for all children.

She was a walking embodiment of love due to the fact that she placed a strong emphasis on conveying to everyone how much she loved them. She was born and reared on the Westside of Florence, and this area of the city had a special place in her heart. She will be deeply mourned by everyone who knew her, but especially by her family and the community she called home on the Westside.

Ms. Edna Brown began her formal education at Burrell Slater, where she was enrolled until the end of her tenth grade school year in 1969.
After that, desegregation was implemented in the schools during her senior year of high school, and she went on to earn her diploma from Bradshaw High School in 1971. After working for the Florence City School System for 25 years, she decided to retire from the organization.

She is survived by her daughter, Berneisa Brown; her son, Terrell Brown (and his wife, Shelia); her sisters, Janice Brown, Darlene (Zack) Roach, and Bridgett (Royce) Wilson; her brothers, Larry (and Ruth) Brown, Orville (and Connie) Haskins, and Tony (and Collette) Haskins; her grandchildren, Kentrell LeShore, Kenisha Brown, Rapheal Hogan, Terrell Brown, Jr., and A