Henry Clifford Brown, a European boy who found life in SoCal passed away on Monday September 14, 2020.
He was a quiet man, but only from a distance. If you struck up a conversation with him, he came to life, especially on his favorite topic, FOOTBALL. Clemson Football to be exact. But if you were lucky enough to really know him then you knew he was a little bit of a history buff too. Henry was born in Fort Benning, Georgia, November 23, 1957. At only 6 months old his family was uprooted to Nuremberg, Germany due to his father being in the army.
In his early 20's Henry found his way to SoCal where he met the love of his life at a Rams football game. Little did she know what she was in for. They married in 1994, and the rest is history, well until they had children. That's a chapter all on it's own. A chapter full of moments such as attending all his daughters performances in cheerleading, school plays and dance recitals and teaching his son about the game of football and going on road trip, and many, many movie nights and daytime food adventures. Boy did that man love to eat, especially sweets. Henry was really an eclectic kind of guy. For example his love for different music styles. If you rode in the car with Henry he always had this habit of humming to songs he didn't even know. And he loved to dance even though he had two left feet or maybe it was the cowboy boots he always wore. This was his signature to any outfit.
He will be truly missed, he is survived by his loving wife Denice Brown, children: Madison Brown, Andrew Brown and fiance Bailey Miranda, and his mother-in-law Naomi Ledesma. Henry was pre-deceased by his parents Cliff and Westi Brown and his sister Suzanne Brown.