Randell LaDarius Brown, age 25, was the youngest of three sons, born June 21, 1994, to the parentage of Tracey Moss and Charles Edward Brown at Clay County Hospital, Ashland, AL.
As a young man, Randell joined Springhill Baptist Church in Lineville, under the spiritual leadership of Pastor E. Tramaine Solomon. He remained a member until his homegoing.
His early education began at Lineville Elementary School. Later, when his family relocated, he attended Roanoke City Schools. He completed his high school education at Clay Central High School, graduating with the Class of 2012, -- the first class to graduate from the newly inaugurated Clay Central Comprehensive High School in Lineville -- also known for being the largest school in the Eastern Region of Alabama. Randell was gifted with extraordinary talent galore in both football and basketball. While attending Clay Central High, he received many awards. Randell was a zealous fan of Alabama.
After high school, Randall worked in local industry. He previously worked for Koch Foods, and for the past year, he held employment as a Door Builder for Tru-Wood Cabinets, Inc.
As a young adult, Randell became the father of two young sons, whom he loved with all his heart. As true of most young adults, Randell enjoyed staying connected with his friends on facebook, where he was very popular. He had many friends and followers. His facebook "handle" was "Cbf Alabama Ran." All you would have to do is visit his facebook page, to know that "Cbf Alabama Ran", loved spending time with his family; he loved his children; he loved his mother and father; he was proud to be employed; and he loved music.
Randell was preceded in death by grandparents: Charles F. Moss, James Brown, Benny James Turman, Ruth Nell Brown, and Lois "Pete" Moss. Gone TOO SOON -- "Cbf Alabama Ran" transitioned from this life early Sunday morning, October 20, 2019, at Clay County Hospital in Ashland, AL. His passing was truly a watershed moment for many many family friends and loved ones both in Clay County, AL, and Roanoke, AL, because he and his family are loved by so many.
Randell will always be loved and remembered for his favorite expressions: "Made-in-Lineville, Raised-in-Roanoke" and "You Too Big For That!"
"Cbf Alabama Ran" gave hundreds of smiles to this world; and his memory will be forever cherished and kept alive by his two (2) sons, Jerrien LaDarious Hardy aka "King" and Montravious Kedarius Brown both of Lineville; his parents Charles and Tracey Moss of Roanoke, AL; birth father, Charles E. Brown (Vicky); grandmother, Margaret Brown; three (3) brothers: Antonio D. Brown, Charles J. Brown and Brian Flemming, all of Lineville, AL; two (2) sisters: Loretta Fleming of Lineville, AL and Le'Micya Shambrya Brown of Lakeland, FL; eight (8) uncles: Christopher Moss and Jonathan Moss of Chicago, IL; Kerry Leon Moss and Tim Moss, both of Roanoke, AL; Andre Moss of Wadley, AL; Scotty Turman, Glenn Turman and James D. Brown (Brenda), all of Lineville, AL; two (2) aunts: Vivian Burns (Will) and Shequetha Whetstone (Desmond) and two (2) favorite nieces: Alicia Hope McNeil, and Ashley Nakia McNeal all of Lineville, AL; a special niece and nephew: Jaylon Brown and Taylia Nelson both of Roanoke; a special Cousin, Alexia Mercedez Rios of Atlanta, GA; a special friend, Jasmine Hardy of Lineville, AL; and lastly but not least of all, many other loving relatives, co-workers and friends.
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