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Lendon McKinley "Brownie" Brown

Friday, September 21, 2007

Lendon Brown
Lendon McKinley "Brownie" Brown, 73, Brazil, passed away Sept. 20, 2007, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital.

Born May 14, 1934, in Aurora, Mo., he was the son of Lendon and Rosie Mae "tyke" Elsie Brown.

He worked at Amax Coal Chinook Mine and Bicknell Minerals as Garage Supervisor. Later, he owned and operated Brownies Garage in Brazil. Most recently, he operated LMB Enterprises, performing contract work for Great Dane.

On July 9, 1966, he married Mary "Becky" Brown.

He was an avid NASCAR fan as well as other racing. He was a Colts, Cubs, and Pacers fan. He was a member of the Knightsville Masonic Lodge and Scottish Rite. He was a veteran, serving in the U.S. Army from 1955-57.

He was preceded in death by his father Lendon Cloy Brown; brother Billy Ray Cowherd; sister Patience Whited; mother-in-law Maggie Collins; and daughter Kathy June.

He is survived by his wife Becky; four sons, Jeff Brown and wife Kathy, Greenfield, Ind., Ed Brown and wife Julia, Brazil, Clay Brown and wife Barb, Greenfield, and Billy Brown, Bloomington; two daughters, Cindy Marchione and husband Rich, Anderson, Ind., and Michelle Hughes and husband Bill, Carrier Mills, Ill.; sister-in-law Debbie Campbell and husband Dick, sister-in-law Peggy Walden and husband Jim, 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and other family, dear friends and neighbors, and loving dog Maisy.

He was a loving husband and outstanding father and grandfather.

Services will be at the Lawson Miller Chapel, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2007, at 3 p.m., with Pastor Tom Hess officiating. Masonic and military services will be held at the funeral home in conjunction with the services.

Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday (today) from 1 p.m. until time of services.

At his request, cremation services will follow.

Visit www.lawson-millerchapel.com to light a candle in his memory.