I miss him everyday even though I may seem fine, I really miss him and love him. I can still hear his advice in my ears when I need it or just his comforting words.
Wonderful, wonderful pictures. Sure does bring back memories of our time in high school. Looks like Ron had a great life with beautiful children and grand children. He and his brother are now with God. God bless the family.
Anita (Dunn) Dolpp Green Cove Springs, Fl
A wonderful Brother that made me laugh every time while in his presence. Ronald was a twin to the late Douglas D. Brown, and their closeness and friendship to one another was such an admirable memory. I being their older brother remember the tricks often and sucessfully played on me. As they both tried to prove to me that they were younger but smarter than me Ronald was particularly whittie. As a family unit, he contributed to much presence. I remember his contribution to make my Mothers mourning easier when we lost our father. He was also a very loyal Brother and friend. HE WILL BE SORELY MISSED. He has left behind his longtime wife and companion Phyllis and two wonderful daughters April-Jane and Nicole. May God comfort their deserving hearts.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Being the daughter of an identical twin is kind of like getting two fathers for the price of one. My dad and my uncle shared an uncanny amount of similarities. Among the ones that mean the most to me are their sense of humor, unyielding loyalty, steadfast support, and unconditional love. Ron exemplified all these and more.
I am beyond blessed to be Ron's niece and look forward to the day that I get to see him again. I will miss him intensely.”
--Katie Brown Faber
As a fellow classmate at Wyoming Central School, Ron was always a great guy. We always enjoyed our class reunions more when the "Brown Twins" attended. My prayers and thoughts are with the immediate family as well as with Doug. The two were always together and best friends. May God bless all of you with wonderful memories as he will never be further from you than a thought. Deanna Cooper Taylor
Ron was a great neighbor, always lending a helping hand when needed. He was the best postal carrier a neighborhood could have! He was kind, caring and complimentary. We shared many funny jokes and stories together. We will miss him dearly.
Janis and Bill Hartwell, Lubbock, TX
I first met Ron in the early 1970s, as he and I worked together at Tersco Inc of West Texas. I only occasionally saw Ron in the years following, but do remember he always had a smile for everyone and was a joy to be around. I send my sincere condolences to Phyllis, Doug, Virginia and the rest of Ron's family. I look forward to seeing Ron again when we meet in heaven!
Ron was more than a friend and co-worker to me, more like an annoying older brother. He could always make me smile with either a compliment or a smart remark (mostly smart remarks tho!). I remember the days we would sit in the break room at work, and drink coffee for hours after we finished delivering the mail. We talked about everything and nothing. People were drawn to Ron, he was that kinda guy. I missed him when he wasn't at work and I will have a part of my heart missing with this loss. I wish I had more time with him to enjoy his friendship and yes, especially those smart remarks! I luv ya Ron.