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Andrea Brookins Brown recipient of 2011 Legacy Award

Posted by Admin On December - 20 - 2011
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2011 Legacy Award

 

Andrea Brookins Brown, a phenomenal entrepreneur, mother, wife and community servant is the recipient of the Legacy award.

The Legacy Award is given to an individual who embodies the principles of community service and legacy building.

Although Andrea spends most of her day running her family business, Brookins Funeral Home (www.brookinsfuneralhome.com), her nights are spent feeding the homeless, collecting items for clothing drives, running her girl scout troop and serving on several not-for-profit boards, including Hope College & Legacy Revolution. She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta, LINKS, Black Women’s Funeral Service, the York Foundation and Adopt-a-Student.

Andrea Brookins Brown works tirelessly to improve the lives of others. Andrea is very much deserving of the 2011 Legacy Award. Thank you Andrea for all that you do!

In lieu of a trophy, Andrea will receive a complimentary foundational legacy plan from Protecting Legacies LLC.

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