Calvin Lynn Brown, a loving and devoted family man, passed away on August 30, 2023, in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was born on August 16, 1970, in Austin, Texas. Calvin's passing leaves a void in the hearts of all who knew and loved him.
Calvin graduated from Johnson High School in Austin in 1989. He had a passion for technology and pursued his interest by obtaining his bachelor's degree in IT from the University of Phoenix in Arizona. Throughout his working career, Calvin excelled in the field of IT and dedicated many years to this profession. Calvin met his soulmate Vicki Steinbomer in 2013. They were married on October 5, 2021 in Temple, Texas.
Beyond his professional achievements, Calvin was a cherished husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend. His infectious love and warm presence made him an irreplaceable part of the lives he touched. He had an unwavering commitment to his family and cherished spending time with them.
In his free time, Calvin enjoyed numerous hobbies and interests that brought him immense joy. He had a talent for cooking and delighted in treating his loved ones to delicious meals prepared with care. Calvin also had a creative side, as he thoroughly enjoyed making t-shirts and collaborating on music projects with his nephews. These shared experiences created lasting memories for all involved.
Calvin's memory will be forever cherished by those he leaves behind. The love of his life, Vicki Steinbomer; his mother, Charlotte Bradford Brown; his father, Joe Brown Sr.; four daughters, Annastasia Priscilla Garza, Madison Sinclair, Madeline Moncivais and Madison Moncivais; a son, Brandon Burrage; a brother, Joe Brown Jr.; two sisters, Cassandra Hickerson and Yvonne Ballard; a uncle, Clyde Bradford; three grandchildren, Matthew John Salazar, Jordynne Huffman, and Kaylee Sinclair; fifteen nieces and nephews and thirteen great nieces and nephews.
As we bid farewell to Calvin, let us carry forward his spirit of love, devotion, and genuine warmth. While he may no longer be physically with us, his memory will forever live on in our hearts. May his soul find peace as we celebrate the remarkable life he lived.