Christopher Brown Obituary, Death – Christopher Allen Brown, age 36, from Lewisville, Texas, passed away in Dallas, Texas, on the 30th of October, 2022. On November 20th, 1985, Chris Brown was delivered in Lewisville Hospital by his parents, Larry and Leslie Brown. On January 25, 2020, in Royce City, Texas, he wed the woman he’d described as the love of his life, Destiny Winkleman. Over the course of more than 13 years, he was employed as a tattoo artist. His sister Stephanie Brown passed away before Chris, who is predeceased by her. Helen and Marshall Bryan were my maternal grandparents, and my maternal grandfather, Alfred Brown, was my paternal grandfather. My maternal stepgrandmother was Susan Dale.
Chris had the uncanny ability to brighten any space he entered with either his jokes or his smile. Even though he was not always capable of expressing his feelings in an effective manner, he loved the people in his life with all of his heart and soul. He was the quintessential example of the stalwart and unassuming sort. Chris had great pleasure in being physically active, whether it was jogging with Petey or throwing the ball around with Jaxson. He was in every sense of the word a formidable opponent.
His wife, Destiny Brown, as well as their children Novi Bernal-Brown, Jaxson Rawlins, Christian Brown, and Lukas Harshman, will carry on without him. Larry and Leslie Brown are the Browns’ parents. Father-in-law Tom Smith, his wife Karen Smith, and Karen Smith’s mother are all pictured here. Heidi Castillo is the Sister-in-Law Castillo. Brother-in-Law Trinity Smith, his wife Jenny Smith, and Jenny Smith’s brother Elizabeth Emory and Justin Winkleman were the witnesses. The deceased include the deceased person’s grandparents, Martha Huff and Joe Dale, as well as a large number of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and others who were considered family.