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Gerard Joseph Brownett

Gerard Joseph Brownett, 44, resident of 71 Carwellyn Rd. died Monday Aug. 6, 2007 at Self Regional Healthcare in Greenwood, SC.

Born in Red Bank, N.J. he was the son of Harry Andrew Brownett, Jr. and the late Joan Cavanagh Brownett.

He was a graduate of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School in N.J. and attended Lander University. He was a Trading Specialist at The New York Stock Exchange until 2001. He was also of the Catholic faith.

Survivors include his son, John "Jack" Cavanagh Brownett of Garden City, New Jersey, his father Harry Andrew Brownett, Jr. of Lake Secession; 2 sisters Joan Jones of Beaufort, SC and Patricia Brownett of Abbeville, SC; and 2 brothers Harry A. Brownett of Branchburg, N.J. and John Brownett of Abbeville, SC.

The family is at the home of his brother John Brownett 115 Cedar Hill Drive Abbeville, SC.

Memorials may be made in memory of Mr. Brownett to a charity of one's choice.


Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home Chapel
208 South Main Street
Abbeville, SC  29620
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
2:00-3:00 PM


Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home Chapel
208 South Main Street
Abbeville, SC  29620
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
3:00 PM

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We were so sorry to hear of Gerard's death. Cecil and I both thought the world of him and he and Cecil were once good friends. We always called him "Teddy Bear" as did a lot of others. He was always so much fun to be around. They lost touch when he moved to NY. We know that God makes no mistakes and will comfort and guide you through the coming days and weeks ahead. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Cecil and Nancy Ashley Aug 10 2007 12:00 AM

I'm so very sorry to learn of Gerard's death. We worked on the staff at Faith Home together for quite a while back in 2005. He was a very kind-hearted compassionate person with a good sense of humor. He was a good man.

Howard Padgett Aug 8 2007 12:00 AM