Lee Robert Brownlow October 19, 1981 - February 28, 2018 Bruce L. Brownlow and Marie Murray Brownlow's son, Laurie Brownlow Ritter's younger brother, Lee, passed away unexpectedly. Lee was our creative one, an art major at College of Charleston, a drummer in a band, a welder by trade and did some work in the movie industry. Lee was a Son, a Brother, a Cousin, an Uncle, a Nephew, a Great Friend. We are struggling with our Grief, our Love, and our Tears! But we are comforted in knowing Lee is once again in the company of the love of his Grandparents, Laura and Charlie (R.V. Murray), Comer and Mary (Rev. Comer Brownlow). We have a void in our hearts that only Lee could fill. He will be greatly missed by our family and his friends. Lee will always be a part of our soul and will forever be in our memories! Lee Robert Brownlow October 19, 1981 -- February 28, 2018 Friends~ These are the arrangements, for our son, Lee Brownlow, as we have them now. Celebration of Lee Saturday, March 10, 2018 2 pm Clayton UMC Family Life Center 205 Ministry Mountain Drive Clayton, GA 30525 This will NOT be a formal service. This will be an INFORMAL time as we know that Lee was not into formalities. We will be around for hugs and conversation. A video slide show will be playing as well as some of Lee’s artwork, music and creations will be displayed. Dress is casual. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice. We recommend: • Camp Glisson Camps and Ministries (Dahlonega, GA) • Saint Timothy UMC Youth Ministries, (Stone Mountain, GA) • North Georgia Community Foundation- Lake Rabun Foundation~ Scholarship Fund (Lake Rabun, Georgia) Thank you for your hugs, thoughts and prayers. ~Bruce and Marie Brownlow

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  1. Marie, Bruce and Laurie,
    I am heartbroken to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you. Love, Janna

  2. I have fond memories of coaching Lee and his comrades. Lee was friendly, funny, a bit of a wise guy (in a good kind of way), well thought of by all, and a great soccer player. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing.
    —-Richard Taylor

  3. Bruce, Marie And Laurie,
    Just last month Carol Sue ran across the Yellow Jackets album you folks put together for Charlie and I with pictures of Lee and the team. I reminisced as I looked at pictures of Lee and all the kids. Lee was a competitive and intense player and as I recall a very gracious young man.

    Our hearts go out to you and your family in this trying time.

    Jimmy, Carol Sue and Chad Almond

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