Scheduled Services

Ms. Gloria Brown


January 19, 2022 12:00 pm -1:00 pm Chapel of the Leon L. Williamson Funeral Home

2157 N. 12th St.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


January 19, 2022 1:00 pm Chapel of the Leon L. Williamson Funeral Home

2157 N. 12th St.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Graceland Cemetery

6401 N. 43rd St.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


If you would like to send your condolences to the family, use the submission form at the bottom of the page.

  • Pamala Broner says:

    I was saddened to hear of the passing of my cousin Gloria Brown..I’ll miss the laughs we had and some of the conversations we use to have… you..

  • BRenda Meekins says:

    My prayers and condolences go out to all our Milwaukee family. Tamera, Lisa and Knowledge you are and always will be in my heart.
    He shall cover you with His Feathers and under His wings you will find refuge. Psalms 91:4
    Brenda, your TN Family

  • Deborah and Ronnie Lewis says:

    To my first cousins and their family,
    Aunt Gloria enjoyed her life every day and every way. She loved feeding her family when they visited from every where. Her strength as a single mom was to show us how to take care of your family. Each day as you go forward; thinking about what would she do. Use the strength she shared with us. Much love to each of you.

  • Cerese says:

    Dear Lord, please comfort those in grief,
    Love them, lift them, give relief
    For loss they’ve suffered, sadness felt;
    Make this sorrow slowly melt.

    Lord, let happy memories ease,
    Creating peace like a gentle breeze,
    And as you help them make it through.
    Draw them closer, Lord, to you.
    Joanna Fuchs

    January 19, 2022

    Our whole family shares in the sorrow of losing our dearly beloved Gloria. My sorrow at her passing is not something I can put into words. Cousins, I wish some words could remove the misery of losing your mother. However, there is a God who can do all things. A God who Can Blanket you with Comfort to ease the pain and swaddle your soul with peace and calm that only he can give. My prayers and love go out to each of you and all our family at this most painful and challenging time.

    May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. Gloria LIVED life! She was authentic, unique and willingly shared her wisdom and laughter! Truly she will be missed. As we celebrate the life she lived, we acknowledge that she has, “fought the good fight of faith, and has laid hold on eternal life…and has professed a good profession before many witnesses.” (I Tim 6:12)

    May you stay united in your family! Continue looking to Jesus, for He is our burden bearer and our heavy load sharer. He is able to comfort, strengthen and keep you, and give you perfect peace.

    You have been and shall remain in our prayers. We pray that Almighty God will grant you the peace and comfort of His presence. May His infinite wisdom, benevolent majesty and gracious mystery give you some immediate relief, sustain your healing process and provide you perpetual hope for the living of these days. We pray that time will be good to you.

    With prayers for strength to face these challenging days.

    We love you,
    your cousins
    Beverly and Cerese

  • Terri Morris-Allen says:

    Gloria was one of a kind….she was a fighter and full of strength…she work hard to make sure her loved ones was taking care of…she was always about family. She have left a legacy of ❤️ for her family to continue on. She will always be an angel over her family providing love and guidance. She is at peace with her parents and her favorite nephew. May God continue to hold the family and guide them to find peace. Much ❤️ The Allen and Morris family

  • Doreen Harris and family says:

    Aunt Gloria was a kind, giving and loving person who loved her family and friends. I am blessed that God brought her into my life over 50 years ago. As you move forward in your lives, hold on to the happy memories Gloria left with each of you. Remember, “He heals the broken-hearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalms 147:3.

  • Sharniecia and Jeffrey Norman says:

    We would like to offer our condolences for your loss. Our prayers go out to your entire family. I distinctly have fond memories of Aunt Gloria being straightforward and extremely funny. Her strength was something we all can admire and strive for. I pray for God to support you and hold your family close during this difficult time.

  • Florine Burks says:

    Gloria you will be missed Loved You so much.R.I.P Hopefully you will know how loved you were.R.i.P.

  • Cousins Diallo & Audrey Sekou says:

    Cousin Gloria was one of a kind. She was sweet, kind, honest, tough, but at the same time had a gentle soul. If you ever just sat and talked with Gloria you knew this about her. But if anyone made her angry she didn’t hold back. We all loved Gloria. She was real.( no holding back). Yawl know how we sit and tell stories about the past. Gloria will never be forgotten. Always in our hearts 💕.

  • Presley Carlyle says:

    I worked with Gloria at Miller Brewing Co. for a number of
    years. She was a lot of fun to
    be around. I hope the family
    will find comfort in the Lord and
    her soul is now resting in peace.
    May God bless all.

Post your condolences:

Your email address will not be published.