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Life Reflection's Of Miguel A. Brown
Miguel Antonio Brown affectionately known as Mike to family and friends was born on May 31, 1992 to
David L. Brown and Elvira “Bily” Dominguez from Chicago, IL. He was one of four children born to this
Mike was a fashionable, outgoing, charming, determined and intelligent young man. From a young age
he was filled with life and vigor. Born in Chicago, later him and his family relocated to the South suburbs.
He attended Homewood Flossmoor Community High School where he graduated in 2010. He desired to
be a carpenter and performed several carpentry jobs.
Mike believed by faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and in April, 2012 he confessed his sins before Almighty God.
His love extended to music, basketball, having fun with friends, family, and most of all… his children.
Mike lived life with joy, excitement, and to the fullest. He was a miracle sent from Heaven.
Mike was diagnosed at birth with a rare medical condition called Hemophilia. Despite his serious health
set-backs, he was very active in the Hemophilia community. He participated in the Hemophilia Camps and
counseled other young Hemophiliacs, and promoted pharmaceutical studies that further advance
If you knew Mike, you knew he loved his family especially his children.
Mike was preceded in death by his brother, Elijah David Brown who shared in his medical condition.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his father, David L. Brown Sr; his mother Elvira "Bily" Brown; bonus
mother, Bonnie J. Wilson of Chicago, IL; One sister, Kawana (Victor) Adinye, of Chicago IL; three
brothers, David Brown Jr, Emmanuel Brown, and Marco Brown all of Chicago, IL. nephew Randy Jackson Jr. and niece Liberty Brown.
Mike leaves his prides
& joy two sons Noah and Dylan, and baby girl, Nadia. He also leaves two very special ladies, Kenyatta
McClure and Dreshonna Cole. He also leaves his grandparents, Justino and Alicia Dominguez; a host of
aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and extended family.