It's not the size of the dog in the fight,
it's the size of the fight in the dog...
Mark Twain
  • 62 years old
  • Born on November 11, 1956 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
  • Passed away on March 19, 2019 in Edgewood, Kentucky, United States.

Timothy Layne Brown, age 62, of Florence, KY,  passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. He left this world at 7:20am, surrounded by his family at the St. Elizabeth Hospice Center in Edgewood, KY.

Timothy was born November 11, 1956 in Cincinnati, OH to a Walter Glenn Brown and Lina (Riddle) Brown. Timothy is survived by his two sons, Anthony Wayne Brown and Christopher Michael Brown, from his first marriage; his stepson, Bryan Louis Smiley, from his second marriage with Ginger Brown; and his stephchildren, Melissa (LaVoy) Tackett and Joseph Gordan Artlip, with his current wife, Gina Lee (Greener) Brown; his brother Gregory Allen Brown; along with several grandchildren, to include Riley Elizabeth Brown, Emily Michelle Brown and Laycee Renee Griess. He was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Lina Brown.

Timothy's personality was as big as he was tall.  He was well known for his classy jean overalls and balding likeness to "Butter Bean" the boxer. He's always had a gambler's passion for life and a gentleman's charm. Timothy is most widely remembered for his clever pool skills, which he boasted And showboated at tournaments over the decades. It's no coincidence that his countless friendships started with a friendly wager over a game of pool. He also loved sports, motors, hotrods, and bikes. Timothy will be forever in our hearts and greatly missed by those who knew him.

A memorial benefit will be held at 6:00 PM, Saturday, April 6, 2019, held at one of his favorite hangouts, Muggbees Sports Bar & Grille, located at 8405 US-42, Florence, KY 41042. The memorial benefit will run from 6pm - 8pm and is family friendly until 9pm. All are welcome to come celebrate Timothy's life and memory. A portion of the benefit's proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society and St. Elizabeth Hospice Center.

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