TERRANCE CLIFTON BROWN "Daddy" aka "Nero" was born June 16, 2000 in Washington, D.C. at Howard University Hospital to Crystal Brown and Terence Ingram. Terrance suddenly departed this earth on January 21, 2022. Terrance was the fourth child of eight siblings, one brother and six sisters.
Terrance Brown attended District of Columbia Public Schools as well as Prince George's County Public Schools where he graduated from Potomac High School in June 2018. Terrance was a great son, brother, uncle and friend to so many. He had a great personality, he was smart, funny, and stayed focused. Terrance lived his life to the fullest extent in spite of life's challenges. He found joy in the little things and cherished those moments.
Terrance loved music, fashion, cars and football. His favorite football team was the Eagles. Terrance was a very talented and energetic person, he also put out four music videos on "YouTube". He did everything from boxing to rap. He also liked to travel and wanted to see what more there was to life. Terrance was 21 years young and loved by so many and developed the nickname "Nero" in high school. He did whatever he could for his loved ones. He had such a unique soul and beautiful spirit that will truly be missed on this side of glory.
Preceding Terrance in death are his grandmothers Peggy J. Brown and Thomasine Ingram. Terrance leaves to cherish his mother Crystal Brown, father Terence Ingram, older brother (Craig Brown-Dickens), older sister (Shiann Mckinney) older sister (Tatianna Ingram), four little sisters (Cherish Davis-Ingram) (Taylor Davis-Ingram) (Taliyah Ingram) (Heaven Davis-Ingram) also his Godson (Saquan Byrd). Grandparents (Tina Duncan), (Lionel Bond) Aunts and Uncles (Tammie Ingram) (Trent Ingram) (Terrell Ingram) (Kathy Brown) (Antwan Glover) (Terrance Bond) Godparents (Angie Stewart) (Josie Hardie) (Brian "Bo" Boger) and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.