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Angelica was the epitome of fun, loving, energetic, and witty. Her smile was contagious and her love for her family was as big as her heart. She never met a stranger and she made sure that she was available for her true friends. Angelica was adventerous and this characteristic introduced her to many different experiences in her life, whether it was job related or a short-lived hobby. Her tenacity for wanting change and excitement lead her to various endeavors such as singing, guitar playing and makeup artistry, which lead to her love for modeling. There are not enough adjectives to describe this loving young lady. One can only hope and pray that we live life to the fullest, as she did in so many ways.
Angelica was preceded in death by paternal grandparents: Alexander and Catherine Brown, Maternal grandfather: James Gregg. One uncle, Welch Brown, Two aunts: Katherine and Anita.
Cherishing her memories are her mother: Angela Nettles, Father, Maurice L. Brown, Sr., Byron L. Nettles, Sr. (Pops). Brothers: Maurice L. Brown, Jr., Maurice Labon “Ree” Burrell, Byron L. Nettles, Jr. (Poodah). Sisters: Courtney Woodard, Aunts: Deanna, Elizabeth, Alicia, and Sandra. Uncles: Carl, Alex, George, Anthony and James. And a host of cousins and other relatives.