We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Joseph H. Brown, Jr. Funeral Home On site cremation
Anthony Lee Braxton Jr. son of the late Taren Camilla Forsion
'and Anthony Lee Braxton Sr, was born on October 15, 1980, in
'He received his education in Baltimore, City Public School
Many of his family and friends called him "Man" or "Lil Turk"
Man was very intelligent. He enjoyed watching documentaries
and sharing what he learned with his cousin Kim and
encouraging others to watch them. He also enjoyed playing his
game when he could and being on the phone with many but he
called his cousin Nicola and cousin Berry every day, multiple
times a day, and them him, if he didn't misplace his phone. He
most of all loved spending time with his family, going fishing,
being on the beach, and watching sports. Whenever you needed
him he was there day or night, to help in any way he could.
Man was always smiling or jokingly talking mess. All the children,
teens, and young adults adored him. He was the fun one. He
always made time for his family, it wasn't such a thing to him as
"my mother's side or my dad's side" only family.
He was preceded in death by his nephew Tion Singletary.
He leaves to cherish his memories three sisters Danita
Singletary, Lakeisha Braxton, and Maureen Richardson; eight
nieces and five nephews; two aunts, Jeannette Braxton-Kitchen
(Uncle Kevin) and Ernestine "Tina" Slater; one uncle, James
Harland (aunt Colynn); one goddaughter and a host of cousins,
other relatives, and friends.
Man is loved and will be truly missed by all.