Troy Edward Brown

November 7, 1966 - January 27, 2024

11/07/1966 - 01/27/2024

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Memorial
Saturday February 24, 2024
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Lady Shrine Building
641 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
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Troy Edward Brown, 57, of Virginia Beach, VA, passed away on January 27, 2024. He was born on November 7, 1966 in Louisville, KY. Troy was a beloved son, stepson, brother, father, and grandfather. He is survived by his mother Vicki, stepfather Billy, brother Todd (Laura), daughter Katlyn, son Spencer, and grandson Aiden. He was preceded in death by his father George.

Troy served in the Air Force for 6 years, proudly contributing to the defense of our nation. He attended Princess Anne High School and graduated in 84′. Troy was a great man, his personality will never be repeated and will be sorely missed.

A memorial service will be held from 2:00-4:00 on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 641 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23320.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Troy’s honor to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) by clicking HERE

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Steven scarpulla
1 month ago

My deep sadness for my fellow class mate and high school friend. It’s never to late to reach out for help God is got him now

Jay
1 month ago

I did not know him, but I am touched by his story and so many like him. He was more than his last moments. A son, whose mother and father decorated his nursery and bought first day of school clothes for. A brother, who had countless hours of laughs and inside jokes with his siblings. A father, who taught his son how to throw a baseball and beamed with pride as his daughter presented her first missing tooth. He had dreams, goals, aspirations, fears, favorite foods, things he looked forward to, perhaps a favorite sports team or movie he loved to rewatch. Depression can affect anyone, no matter their age, gender, economic situation, political affiliation, etc. And those suffering, those who perish, are more than their illness and more than their final moments. They are your family, your friends, the person you pass on the street, the woman checking you out at the store, the man on the TV giving you the news. It’s so important to be compassionate and see the world with humility. This disease cannot be defeated alone, but through the empathy of each of us, everyone touched by his story. Troy, I am so saddened about your passing. My greatest condolences to your family and everyone who loved you. Sending love from New Jersey.

Snwbaby
1 month ago

This hurts me…and I don’t know you personally. I’m so very sorry for what you were going through. Im praying for peace and healing in the hearts of everyone that you left behind. RIPARADISE.

Ms. Chantal Charbonnier
2 months ago

To Troy’s family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Troy took the world by storm. As I have many friends and relatives who passed away in a very sad way, his pain and struggle are now over.
He bravely served his country. Troy is now an angel for his family and friends.
Please accept my deepest sympathy.
From a little village in Québec, Canada.

Ruth and David crabtree
2 months ago

RIP my beloved cuz will miss you

Shawna Kelley
2 months ago

Dear Mr.Troy, I wanna say thank you for your service! I am so sorry for all the pain and sadness you endured on this earth. I pray for your peace. To the family I am so sorry for you loss. Stay strong I know how it feels to experience a loss in this fashion. Please hug his mama for all of us!

Peg and Pat
2 months ago

To Troy’s family, we don’t know what his struggles were and wish that we could have been there for him. We have been making sure to check in with a lot of people at his memorial and keep them informed about the resources available. We are sorry it took a tragedy for these conversations to happen. Praying his family and friends.

Beth
2 months ago

Dear Mr. Brown,
You took the world by storm. You had all of us from the beginning… if you only could have known. Your life was not in vain. You have left a message of hope, and may in turn, have saved the life of another. Sir, thank you for your service to this country. To your family and friends, I give you my sincerest and deepest condolences. Be awake in peace Mr. Brown, as off you go into the wild blue yonder. ?️✈️

AngieV
2 months ago

If you look at the sunrise in that video, it looks as if he couldn’t take the pain of this world anymore & was driving into the beautiful Pearly Gates of Heaven, where the Lord says there shall be no more pain & no more suffering.

To the family- I’m sorry for your loss. In my opinion, your son is a HERO around the WORLD & sacrificed his own life, so that others that are suffering silently could hopefully get the help, that he wasn’t able to. Your son is a HERO and is now in no more pain.

Troy’s family- I never knew Troy, but whenever you shed tears & miss him, please remember the unlimited amount of lives he has touched & potentially saved, around the WORLD.

Nicci MacDonald
2 months ago

Sending love and light to your family and loved ones from South Africa. Your story has touched so many. I lost a brother to suicide and one can never know what happens in those final moments that lead you to the end. Just know you were loved, are loved, and will never stop being missed.