Vincent Gregory Brown transitioned to his eternal reward on December 20, 2018 at St. Francis Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware at the age of 53. Vincent Gregory was born on September 4, 1965 in Easton, Maryland to the late Betty Ann Seth-Brown and the late Alfred Maurice Brown, Sr. He was the youngest of four children. Vincent Gregory was officially called “Skeet” by his family and friends.
“Skeet” received his education in the Caroline County School System in Denton, Maryland. Later he attended the Chester Upland School in Chester, Pennsylvania. After graduating Skeet attended Job Corp specializing in Auto Mechanics.
In his early years, he was affiliated with Freedom Baptist Church in Chester, Pennsylvania. After relocating to North Carolina Skeet attended the John P. King Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.
He was employed at Charlotte Construction Company, until his health began to fail.
“Skeet” lived a very jovial life with anyone he became close too. Skeet was always lending a helping hand when needed. He loved being with family especially on the trips to Chester, Pennsylvania. Skeet always loved being with his sister, Helen (Teenie) and brother, Reese.
“Skeet” was preceded in death by his mother and father; Alfred and Betty Ann Brown and his brother, Calvin (Stew).
He is survived by one sister, Helen (Allen) Edward of Chester, Pennsylvania; one brother, Alfred M. Brown of Hyattsville, Maryland; one niece, Shakima Brown; two nephews, Allen Edward and Bryheen Edward; a special aunt who helped raise him, Leomia Seth Dallam of Chester, Pennsylvania; his Godfather, William O. Holmes, Jr. of Dover, Delaware and a special friend, Gloria Milton of Charlotte, North Carolina. He is also survived by five aunts, Myra Seth and Linada Seth both of Chester, Pennsylvania, Janice Seth of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sarah Brown Staten and Alice Brown both of Denton, Maryland and a very close friend, Rayfield Wallace of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, two very close cousins, Lynn and Luke of Concord, North Carolina. Skeet is also survived by a host of great nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.