Bobby Kenyatta Leshawn Brown was born March 29, 1976 to Willia (Wright) Brown and James Smith in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He departed this life on Monday, March 9, 2020 at Lutheran Hospital surrounded by his loving family and friends.
Bobby confessed his life to Christ at an early age at Bethlem Lutheran Church; where he also attended school. He was employed at L.H. Stamping and Hoover the Mover. He also started his own moving company called A1 EZ Move. He enjoyd working on cars and writing rap lyrics while trying to sing them (LOL). Tearing up everything while trying to fix it. Such as Tonka trucks, Mr. Stretch and watches.
Bobby shared many years with the love of his life Trinity Ferguson. They worked together to raise their children amicably. He enjoyed life to the fullest by spending time with his family and friends. He would always say "Anything less would be uncivilized." He was a loving father, grandfather, son, brother, cousin and friend.
Bobby leaves to cherish his memory his sons, Kyle Ferguson, Bobby K. Brown, Jr. and Mario Carter; daughter, Nimeesha Brown; mother, Willia E. Brown; father, James (Mary) Smith; companion; Trinity Ferguson; two grandchildren, Zaydyn and Hezakiah; brothers, Armani Brown, Bobby L. Brown, Anthony Brown and Tylend Smith; sisters, Shequell (Tyson) Denham, Chiemeka (Chris) Prince, Dynasti (Lanvadae) Prince, Katrika (David) Ross, Cheryl L. Brown, Shantaye (Damarion) Tatum and Lariah Smith; pateranl grandmother, Minnie Smith; special mom, Roxanne (James) Rich; and a host of other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Edward Smith and Bowdie Perry; grandmother, Delphia Perry; brother, Bobby; and uncle, Floyd Prince.
Burial in Concordia Cemetery Gardens.
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