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Brian Raynard Washington

November 11, 2021

Obituary

Brian was born on January 1, 1965, to Janet Elaine McCamey of Hollywood, Alabama. God, in His infinite wisdom, supreme power, and divine love transitioned him on November 11, 2021, at Highland Medical Center in Scottsboro, Alabama. He was born the first of four children, he leaves behind three siblings two brothers: Tommy Clay Jr. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Nathan (Marilyn) Clay of Foley, Alabama; and one sister Apostle Sabrina Clay of Charlotte, North Carolina. He was baptized in Russellville, Alabama under the leadership of his bonus dad, Pastor Tommie Clay Sr.Brian attended Hollywood Junior High School in Hollywood, Alabama; where he established his love for the game of basketball and displayed championship qualities, with his best friend Phillip Kirtland. His education continued at Stevenson High School, in Stevenson, Alabama, where he excelled into greatness in basketball and football; he continued his love for basketball and football then graduated from Russellville High School, in Russellville, Alabama in 1983.He moved to Buffalo, New York; after graduation where he began a career in auto exchange with his cousin Jeffery Walker. Not long after he met, fell in love, and married Brenda Sharp, and they remained married for six years. He continued his journey in New York after twenty-five years; and returned to his native land in 2005. His final career change took place at Wenzel Metal in Scottsboro, Alabama, where he remained for fifteen years. Brian leaves behind to cherish his memories a loving, kind, and benevolent, Mother Janet Elaine McCamey of Hollywood, Alabama; and a special friend Kentrice Williams of Decatur, Alabama. He also leaves behind a Royal and Kingdom Legacy of twelve children and twenty-one grandchildren: seven kings: O’Brian Wordlaw of Hollywood, Alabama; David (Mary) Austin of Scottsboro, Alabama; Destin Sharp, the late Brian (Jasmine) Washington Jr., and Dacoda Washington all of Buffalo, New York; Kadeem (Jessica) Harris of Comstock, New York; and DeShawn Harris of Malone, New York; and five queens: Michelle Nathan of Buffalo, New York; Tequisha Harris of New York; ShaCarla Jenecca Wilkerson of Scottsboro, Alabama; Mya Raychell Washington of Hollywood, Alabama; and Kaydence Williams of Decatur, Alabama. Grandchildren: Kasia, Ashylnn, and the late Brandon of Hollywood, Alabama; Lex, David, Amari, and Deon of Scottsboro, Alabama; Chanel, Destin Jr., Harmonie, Xavier, Mahloni, and Abigail all of Buffalo, New York; Tyrone, Jaymier, E’Shausmit, and TeSharra of New York; Bailey, Tiannah, Adrianna, and Journey of Scottsboro, Alabama.

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Services

Visitation
Tuesday
November 23, 2021

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Valley Funeral Home - Scottsboro
674 Snodgrass Road
Scottsboro, AL 35769

Funeral Service
Tuesday
November 23, 2021

2:00 PM
Valley Funeral Home - Scottsboro
674 Snodgrass Road
Scottsboro, AL 35769

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