Life's journey for Eyvonne Delaine Brown began on December 6, 1963 in Walterboro, South Carolina. She was born to the late Modisdeen and Fannie Aiken. On August 8, 2019, Eyvonne heard the Lord calling her name and answered the call for her eternal rest. Home-Going Celebration will be held Friday, August 16, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Hunter's Chapel Baptist Church, 10621 Mt. Carmel Road, Ruffin, South Carolina. Reverend Nehemiah Broughton, Pastor and Eulogist. Interment, Church Cemetery. A Public viewing will be held Thursday, August 15, 2019 at the S-M-T Chapel of Serenity from 4:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m.
Growing up she attended the public schools of Colleton County, Ruffin, South Carolina. She later became employed with the Colleton County School System as a Custodian. She was a hard and dedicated worker as a custodian at Ruffin High School until her health began to fail. She joined Hunter's Chapel Baptist Church at an early age and remained a faithful member until she transitioned.
Eyvonne enjoyed talking on the phone, singing, praising God and playing her tambourine. She also had a very special place in her heart for the taste of good soul food.
She was preceded in death by her loving parents Modisdeen and Fannie Aiken and her sister Beatrice Bryant.
Her memories will be cherished by her only child, Shannon L. Aiken of Walterboro, South Carolina; three grandchildren, De'asia Manigo of Summerville, South Carolina, Ivan Aiken and Shaniya Aiken both of Walterboro, South Carolina; one sister, Angela Walker (Bernard) of Ruffin, South Carolina; one brother, Joseph Aiken of Gainesville, Florida; five aunts, Charlott Ott of Brooklyn, New York, Reader Bell Liner of Summerville, South Carolina, Linda Graham (William) of Columbia, South Carolina, Elouise Carngie (Oliver) and Lillie Law of Williston, Florida; seven uncles, Romie Lee Bryant and Nathaniel Bryant, both of Trenton, New Jersey, Jeff Bryant of Williston, Florida, Jerry Bryant (Lillie), John Bryant (Joan), Liston Bryant and Johnnie Bryant, all of Ruffin, South Carolina; a very special niece, Tyeesha Aiken; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
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