Melville Braham

Born on April 17, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York
Departed December 4, 2023 in Melbourne, Florida

Melville Braham, 44, was born on April 17, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York to Melville E. Braham and Ana D. Arroyo-Braham, both deceased.

In 1990 his family moved to Palm Bay where Mel grow up and spent the rest of his life.

Mel graduated from Palm Bay HS in 1997 and attended BCC for a short time. After leaving BCC, Mel worked at Sam’s Club, for 6 years before moving on to Sebastian River Hospital.

Mel had an infectious personality and enjoyed being the life of the party. At family gatherings he always had the most stories and funniest to share. He loved being around his family and friends just hanging out and sharing old memories.

In 2003, Mel and his partner Lise gave birth to the light of his eyes, his daughter Alexandria (Ally) Rayne Braham, 20. In 2019 Mel added another light to his eyes, his son Melville Anthony Cloud Braham, 4, was born to him and his wife, Besi. Mel loved his children very much and could always be found playing and having fun with them.

Mel is survived by his children, Ally and Mel, his siblings Melissa and Basheen, his grandmothers, Barbara Tenn and Delia Arroyo, many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family, and friends.

Mel was taken too early and will be sorely missed by his family and friends. He will be Forever in our Hearts as he joins his Dad, Mom and younger brother Anthony who predeceased him in 2009.

FUNERAL – December 18th, 2023

1010 East Palmetto Ave.
Melbourne, Florida 32901

Viewing 10:00am
Service 11:00am

Interment: 12:30pm
Fountainhead Memorial Park
7303 Babcock St SE
Palm Bay, FL 32909

Repass: 1:30pm – 4:00pm
2174 Harris Avenue NE – Suite 6 – Palm Bay, FL 32905

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9 entries.
William Paschall from Citra wrote on January 18, 2024:
I met Mel at the Phoenix House in Citra, Florida and all I can say about him is that he was a true class act and hilarious... I've never seen him angry and he always knew how to brighten up the darkest day... There wasn't nothing that he didn't know about we always talked about our interest in wrestling,comic book characters, and Star Wars... He was a very intelligent and awesome man... I'm glad I got to know him and to know Mel is to love him... I truly miss you dude especially our joking back and forth about each other... May God watch over your family and keep them at peace... and oh yeah, NWO 4 LIFE!!!! Toooo Sweeeet!!!! Till we met again my brother.
Elisha Cheabro from Pam Bay wrote on December 19, 2023:
Sending Prayers to Melissa and family. My condolences to the Braham and Lopez families.
Alisha Perry from Palm Bay, FL wrote on December 17, 2023:
I can only remember when we were younger, seeing you Mark, Lance and Lamar and even Howie, getting into trouble. And seeing Aunt Karen smiling at yall. I love you fam. Even though I haven't seen you. I feel your presence. May you rest in peace until we all meet again. Love you ALWAYS
Lamar Lopez from Palm Bay wrote on December 15, 2023:
I love you with all my heart !!! I hope your with all of our family…. You will always be missed……..
Lamar Lopez from Palm Bay wrote on December 15, 2023:
I love you my dear cousin with all my heart.
Sherika Sanders from Tampa Florida wrote on December 14, 2023:
My Sincerest condolences to family may God comfort you in your time of loss and may his memory forever be a blessing to all who loved and cherished him
Donna Kern-Stark from Palm Bay wrote on December 13, 2023:
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Karlene HD Keating from Ft. Pierce, Fl wrote on December 12, 2023:
As you’ve transitioned into The Everlasting, reuniting with your dad, mom, brother, cousin and uncle, I trust you’ve found eternal peace. 🙏❤️
Teresa Harrison from PALM BAY wrote on December 12, 2023:
Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there has been a trail of memories. Rest in peace Mel 💔
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