Levoski Tinnell Brown, Sr. was born on October 10, 1972, to Bishop Henry M. Brown and the late Lady Earlene W. Brown. He entered into eternal rest on March 2, 2022.
Levoski was educated in the Dougherty County School System in Albany, GA. He is a graduate of Monroe Comprehensive High School, a member of Phi Kappa Alpha, and attended one of Georgia’s #1 HBCU’s, Albany State University. From a very young age, Levoski had a love for music. He was a well-known musician from the east coast to the west coast and many states in between. His love for music led him to several churches where he made long-lasting, loving relationships here and abroad. It was music (playing the organ in church) that led him to meet his current wife in 2014, solidifying their courtship, and marrying in June of 2018.
Levoski loved kids and was blessed to have seven children, Cameron, Kierra, Levoski, Jr., Malik, Jameal, Shanice, and Cai (as well as a special bonus daughter, Kyra). He had four grandchildren, Zion, Alton, Jr., Jaiden, Cameron, and Kayden. Levoski never met a stranger and was loved by many. He was once known as the baddest car salesman around and adopted the slogan, “If you didn’t buy your car from Levoski Brown, you didn’t get the best deal in town!”
Levoski is survived by his loving wife, Shawndra Brown; his children, Cameron Atterberry (Elisha), Kierra Murray (Shelton), Levoski Brown, Jr., Malik Woodall, Jameal Smith, and Cai Savion Brown; four grandchildren, Alton Price, Jr., Jaiden Murray, Zion Willis, and Kayden Murray; his father, Bishop Henry M. Brown (Lady Chris); his siblings, Yohanne D. Brown and Doliah Snead (Calvin); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.