Lincoln Brown (Phyllis George Son) Bio, Age, Parents, Siblings, Wife, Death

Lincoln Brown and his Mother
Lincoln Brown and his Mother

Lincoln Brown Biography (Lincoln Tyler George Brown)

A native of Lexington, Kentucky, Lincoln Brown is an American technology entrepreneur who is best known as the son of Phyllis George and John Y. Brown Jr.

Lincoln Brown Age

Brown is 40 years old as of 2020. He was born in 1980.

Lincoln Brown Parents

Brown’s parents are Phyllis George and John Y. Brown Jr. His mother was a sportscaster and a businesswoman. She was the first lady of Kentucky from 1979 to 1983. She was also Miss America 1971 as well as Miss Texas 1970.

Brown’s father, John is an American politician, businessman, and entrepreneur. From 1979 to1983, he served as the 55th governor of Kentucky. He is also known for building Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) into a multimillion-dollar restaurant chain.

His parents got divorced in 1996 after 17 years of marriage.

Lincoln Brown and his Mother

Lincoln Brown and his Mother

Lincoln Brown Siblings

Brown has a sister named Pamela Brown who works as a senior White House Correspondent for CNN. His sister is also married and has two children.

Brown also has three other half-siblings from his father’s prior marriage.

Lincoln Brown Wife

Brown has been very private about his personal life. At the moment it is not yet known whether he is married or not.

Phyllis George Death and Cause of Death

Brown’s mother, Phyllis George, died on May 16, 2020, at the age of 70 years. She died of complications from leukemia at Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky.

Brown and his sister Pamela released a joint statement, that said: “For many, Mom was known by her incredible accomplishments as the pioneering female sportscaster, 50th Miss America and first lady. But this was all before we were born and never how we viewed Mom.

“To us, she was the most incredible mother we could ever ask for, and it is all of the defining qualities the public never saw, especially against the winds of adversity, that symbolize how extraordinary she is more than anything else. The beauty so many recognized on the outside was a mere fraction of her internal beauty, only to be outdone by an unwavering spirit that allowed her to persevere against all the odds.”


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