Mr. Larry E. Brown

Mr. Larry Eugene Brown
Mr. Larry Eugene Brown

September 6, 2021

Mr. Larry Eugene Brown 66, of Whiteville, entered into eternal rest on Monday, September 6, 2021 at Columbus Regional Healthcare System, Whiteville. 

Mr. Brown was known and loved by family and friends as “Killer”. 

He was the son of the late, Mr. Willie James Brown and Mrs. Eather Darling Brown of Columbus County NC.

He is survived by his children: Larry E. Brown, Jr. of Wilmington, NC, Katrina T. Brown of Wilmington, NC, and Timothy H. McBride  of Lumberton,  NC; siblings, sisters: Elenora Wortham of Tabor City, Peggy Gore of Whiteville, and Eather Mitchell of Fayetteville, NC, brothers: King Brown of Charlotte, NC, Albert Brown of Whiteville, Eddie Brown of Norfolk, VA and Nate Brown (Frances) of Fayetteville, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Smith Funeral Home Inc. of Whiteville.

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