October 14, 1963 ~ March 6, 2020

Born in: Glendale, AZ
Resided in: Aurora, CO

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Pipkin Braswell Chapel of Peace
6601 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80220

(303) 996-0869

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  1. Rest In Heaven Mike. I’m glad that I got to know you. I regret that I didn’t get to meet you. We will see you in the next lifetime. My heartfelt condolences to Mike’s Brothers, Children, and family and friends.

  2. Damn mf mike. Brown. Rest easy. ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’” watch all the sports u want nd lay in the nice big mattress in the kingdom of god

  3. Haven got a good brother in you. Rest in peace and throw all the flags you want to in heaven. You came through for my Commanders on many occasions. Your picture will be forever on my wall the day we got inducted to the youth hall of fame. Rest in Jesus arms

  4. My Friend rest easy. I appreciate the time that God gave us. I never thought that this day would come so soon. My heart is heavy, but God knows, all things are in His hands and His will.

  5. Your In Godโ€™s Now and back home again. Rest Easy and you will always be loved and missed and your memories and pure soul is always kept in heart. Prayers and love from the Finley Family from ours to yours.

  6. Mike will be greatly missed but his kindness, and gentle spirit will be remembered forever. Sending all of our love and praying that everyone finds comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten

  7. My old friend, can’t believe this and still in shock. We spoke and would never have thought it would have been our last. Rest easy my dear friend and until we see each other again, you will be missed.

  8. Big bro,

    Rest easy my man. It was an honor to serve on the same field as you. Call it like you see it from heaven!

    Bernard

  9. Mike my brother my friend I knew you a life time I wish you much peace now. I know the heavens are smiling bright with your quick wit. I miss you love you. You will forever be family. Rest well.

  10. Jesus Jesus Jesus Mike brown my heart hurts inside gone to soon God call you home with him because he loves you more no more pain & worries only to rest in God presences man like missed you we are sending condolences to your wife and family love you bro

  11. Mike we love you and you are forever in our hearts. I will take care of our children Brandon and Jasmin and grandchildren Jocelyn and Jeremiah. Rest with the Lord and family. We will see you again in heaven.

  12. Miss you Mike! I will also remember the great times we shared at family gatherings & trips. Thanks for being a wonderful Father to so many children especially my great niece & nephews.
    RIP

  13. My sincere condolences to Mike’s family and friends. Good friends are like diamonds, so precious and rare, we so miss you my friend, life won’t be the same without you, we will truly miss you Mike.

  14. RIP My Classmate from GW Class of ’81… Sorry we never got a chance to catch up. Now you are free from from trials & tribulations. See you in the next Lifetime. ๐Ÿ’œโค๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒน

  15. My Brother I will miss you out on the football field , always enjoyed doing games with you, rest easy my friend!!!

  16. To my Nephew/Brother…

    I found out that on March 6, 2020 you changed your Earthly address to your Heavenly address… this was a shock for me!
    It is soooooo hard for me to even think of you not being here with us. Your voice is heavily missed! Your laugh and quick sense of humor is what we all long for. You have been such a wonderful person in my life.. you have been my true brother and my nephew- always showing me that you cared and that you loved me. And you totally deserve rest and peace my beautiful brother – leaving that old body and this crazy and hectic world. I know that you are in Heaven … in peace with your Mom, Dad and brother. I know you are spending time with your Grammie (my Mom) and all those that you love that left this earth before you. I will continue to do my part down here… I won’t forget the family in Colorado – even though I’m here in Arizona. Even though the occasion was on a sad note last June 2019 – We was totally blessed to have you and the family come down to visit with us… we had a blast and I won’t forget that summer! I wont forget how you and I grew up fighting (me being the oldest and trying to rule over you – lol) You would always let me know that you can stand your ground. You were raised by (2) great parents and I know that they were totally please with you as there 3rd son.
    I watched you take care of your first born child with tender love and care. I witnessed your true love for your first son…and you were a great Dad to (3) step children. You adored your grandchildren and Aries was (1) more precious baby given to you to love and you loved him dearly – he filled your heart. You loved sooo many children thru your football referring and to any child that you met. You left a positive mark on them. Nephew, I want you to know that you have been a precious part of my life and a reminder of how to truly treat every walk of life with kindness… I’m hurting deeply inside not to have been able to talk with you just once more. And, it hurt sooo much to think that we cannot text or have a conversation on this earth anymore. But, I will change my address one day – just like you … and I will be able to talk with you and embrace you with a hug and love again. I will miss you my beloved Nephew and Brother… I will cherish you for an eternity… I love you even more… with my heart, Auntie Lynn

  17. Mike I remember the times we used to have conversation on the bus when you were driving. I was sad to see you not driving anymore but the occasional run ins at the store were happy times RIP my brother

  18. My man Mike Beezy, gone way too soon. Gonna miss hearing you say ” hey ronnie!” Praying your in God’s arm’s now with no more pain. Prayers to your family and friends through this difficult time. Gonna miss my homie…….

  19. My brother Mike Anthony Brown. Man I miss talking to you and hearing your jokes and talking sports. We shared a room sometimes all three of us for at least the first 18 years of my life. We were Air Force brats as they would call us. Great athlete Mike was. He could jump out of the gym and I wanted to be like him. Even when he would beat me up for trying to hang with him and his friends. Now you are the afterlife. No more worries about your health on this earth. Say hello to my boy Shanon, Mom and Dad, brother Curtis, Cousin Deron, Grammy and all of the other souls. We shall meet again. Miss you love you.

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