Rosa Lee Brown also known as "Mrs. Mudda" was born January 3rd, 1932 in Rowesville, South Carolina. She was the oldest of 6 and raised by her grandparents, Heart and Simsee Inabinet.
She grew up spending most of her time working the land that her family owned in Rowesville as a sharecropper.
In high school Rosa moved to Orlando, Florida where she attended Jones high school. She played basketball throughout high school and graduated in 1949.She attended Central United Methodist Church in Rowesville, as a child and throughout her adulthood. In 1963 she relocated to Orangeburg, South Carolina where she obtained a job at the local cotton mill. In 1965 Rosa discovered her real calling as she transitioned her skills into cooking. She was an amazing chef and worked as the head chef at Berry's On The Hill. She later became the head chef of Catch and Clever where she worked before she retired.
In addition to her exceptional food, Rosa Lee Brown was also known for her lively and kind spirit. She always had everybody laughing and invited family and friends to her home to enjoy her delicious food, and have a good time. She enjoyed playing cards, bingo, fishing and being surrounded by her family and friends.
She was preceded in death by all of her brothers and sisters, her son Eric, niece Michelle, grand daughter Chyrelle and Husband James "Tootsie" Brown.
She is survived by her eldest son, Ernest(Rosia), Daughter Haila, son, James (Rosalind), son Dennis(Carolina), her youngest son, Reggie, her step daughter, Patricia, her nephew Charles, niece, Sherry(Wendell), and Nephew Kenny(Pam).
She is also survived by her grandchildren; Shanita and Niagaria who were raised in her home, Troy, Tishiro(Sheila), Brandon, Erica, Kesha (Ocie), Justin, Aubrianna, Jacquelyn, Reginald, Malcolm, Destiny and 21 great grandchildren.
The service will proceed as follows:
The viewing will be held on Tuesday, August 31,2021 at Glover's Funeral Home from 1:00pm until 7:00pm.
The funeral will be held on Wednesday, September 1,2021 at Glover's Funeral Home beginning at 11:00am. All those attending service must wear a mask and adhere to all COVID-19 rules and regulations.
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