In memory of
Johnny Mack Brown Sr.
Johnny Mack Brown Sr. San Angelo Johnny Mack Brown Sr., 72, of San Angelo, was welcomed into the Lord's arms Friday, April 14, 2017. Johnny Mack was born in Texas City, Texas on Sept. 29, 1944 to Mildred and Joe Virgil Brown. He lived in the Houston area until 1991, in which time he moved to San Angelo with his wife, Glenda. His life-long career on this earth was a Pipefitter out of Local 211 in Houston. He followed in his father and brother's footsteps in the Houston area, and helped build the Houston Space Center as well as; the nuclear plant in Bay City, Texas. He was medically retired with over 40 years of service. During his first marriage, he was blessed with two children, Cheryl and Johnny Mack Brown Jr. Johnny Mack was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Joanne, and his brother Jerry. He leaves behind his soulmate and wife of 38 years, Glenda Brown. In following God's teachings, he was very evangelistic in wanting to tell anyone who would listen about the miracles that had been awarded to him through his Lord Jesus Christ. Most recently he renounced and cleansed his heart, and prayed for his soul to be cleansed of any and all animosity he had harbored in his heart throughout his lifetime. He loved his church family at Freedom Fellowship, his Life Group, and was always praying for, and with them and loving the Lord Jesus Christ. Johnny was a loving and wonderful husband. He and Glenda walked together in life's journey, never apart. An open viewing will be held from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 16, and also from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 17. Graveside service will be at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 18, in Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens. "BABE, you are walking with the Lord free from pain now and for that I am thankful to Jesus. And I am extremely thankful for our years together. God gave me a perfect partner in you. Praise you, Lord Jesus Christ." Family and friends can sign the online register book at harper-funeralhome.com .
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