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Obituary for Mrs. April Brown - Adcox

Triumphant April M. Brown Adcox was born on
April 10, 1980, to Rebecca Cheeks and late Jerome Spigner, Sr.

April gave her life to Christ at an early age. She was always willing
to help others, and she never met a stranger.

April was a graduate of Billingsley High School, Class of 1998.
A er high school, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in criminal
justice from Miles College. April recently earned her master’s
degree in education from the Alabama A&M University in 2022.
April took pride in her career and became an educator at Mae
Jemison High School where devotion and love for all of the
children reflected.

April and Toshiba Adcox were united in Holy Matrimony on May
21, 2009. She was a very loving and devoted wife. She was also a
dedicated member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, Psi Alpha Zeta,
Madison Chapter and member of Venitla Wright  omas Chapter
#61 Order of Eastern Star.

April departed this earthly life surrounded by her family on
Saturday, January 7, 2023 at Crestwood Medical Center of
Huntsville, Alabama.

She is preceeded in death by her father, Jerome Spigner, Sr.;
brother, Jerome Speigner, Jr.; grandmothers, Louise Hunter, Lula
Mae Bulger Rowe, and Martha J. Brown; grandfathers, Edward
Brandon, Jessie Speigner, Samuel Lee Brown, and beloved great nephew, Amari J. Robinson.

April leaves to cherish and continue her legacy: a loving and
devoted husband, Toshiba Adcox; six wonderful children, Toshobe
A. Jones of Birmingham, AL, Jerry Allen, Jr., Kiera Allen, Santana
Allen, Sankierria Adcox, and JaKobe Adcox, all of Decatur, AL;
father, Perry Brown, Sr., of Decatur, AL; mother, Rebecca (Keith)
Cheeks of Prattville, AL; stepmother, Sonjia  omas of Bessemer,
AL; three brothers, Brandon Haynes of Birmingham, AL, Perry
(Alicia) Brown, Jr., of Conroe, TX, Jalen Speigner of Bessemer, AL;
two sisters, Shauntaé (Reco) Smith of Prattville, AL, and Jeromese
(Simone) Spigner of Birmingham, AL; special nephew, Kea’Shaun
Smith of Decatur, AL; godson, Xaylien hill of Decatur, AL; one
grandson, Tae’Vian Jones of Birmingham, AL; and a host of aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews, family, and friends.