We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Ensley Chapel
On June 18 1980, Alphonso Govan, III, The Golden Child, “Goldie”, made his grand entrance into this world. Affectionately known as Tre’, he was born to Alphonso Jr. and Rosemary. Although Goldie was an only child, his charming personality allowed him to develop life-long friendships and he became a brother to many. Goldie graduated from Holy Family Elementary, where he learned to be like Christ, Minor High School, where he learned to be friend, and Alabama A&M where he learned gift of event promotion. This catapulted Goldie into becoming an Atlanta successful entrepreneur, event promoter, and businessman.
At the first flush of morning Saturday, November 27th, our Tre’, answered the heavenly call beckoning him to rest. Although our hearts were not ready, we know there was a great jubilation with those who preceded him in death, his grandparents, Rev. Jesse Brown, Sr., Lillie Brown, and Alphonso Govan, Sr., uncles, Lawrence Brown, Sr., Charles Brown, Sr., and Jesse Brown Jr. and aunt, Barbara Stewart.
Goldie touched so many lives with his fun loving and outgoing personality that many are mourning his loss. Those nearest to him who will continue his legacy are, son and germinate, Royal Trey Govan, daughter, Jaylan Renee’ Moore, mother, Rosemary Fair, father, Alphonso Govan Jr. (Magaly), sister, Lucretia (Larry) Capispa, grandmother, Elaine Govan, aunts, Regina (Larry) Johnson and Lola Brown, uncle Byron (Janice) Govan, nephews Brandon and Jordan, God-children, Caleb and Kayle and a host of cousins, friends, and relatives.