May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Even in death, you continue to inspire. Thank you for a "Job Well Done". Peace, Mark G. in Bayonne, NJ
I work on a website and for the museum of American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor (ADBC) and people wonder how I can work on a subject that involves horrible atrocities.
It is because of the message of hope that Albert Brown gave to others and the the triumph of the human spirit he embodied.
When I had a lot of catastrophes in my life, I turned to the lessons about hope that this particular group of war veterans gave forth, and carried on. Thanks for your inspiring life, Albert Brown.
Rest in Peace Doc Brown, you were and will continue to be a true American Hero and this country owes you a debt of graditude.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
We want to thank you for your sacrificies. You are such an example and inspiration for us. We love you and will miss you.
My name is Chief Petty Officer Will Borrall, and I'm stationed aboard USS Bataan (LHD 5.) On behalf of my commanding officer and crew, we would like to pass along our condolences on "Doc" Brown's passing. We have a memorial flag and ceritificate for your family, if you can please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
DOC. ALBERT BROWN , ON BEHALF OF MY FELLOW PILIPINO , I LIKE TO SAY " THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR AMAZING LIFE ,FAITHFUL SERVICE , HOROIC SACRIFICE & SUFFERINGS DURING THE HORRABLE BATAAN DEATH MARCH & PRISON OF WAR FOR 3 1/2 YRS. THANK U FOR YOUR AMAZING BRAVE & COURAGE TO FIGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM. TO THE FAMILY OF DOC. ALBERT BROWN , PLS. CONTACT ME BECO'Z I LIKE TO GIVE A " VETERAN POEM FOR HIM .I WISH HE STILL ALIVE , SO , I WILL MEET HIM IN PERSON. AND I WILL " THANKS " HIM IN PERSON. I AM A PILIPINA . MY NAME IS DOROTHY BAYBAYON DELIG TOURNEAR ,I LIVE IN QUINCY ILLINOIS. MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS : email@example.com . PLS. KINDLY EMAIL ME , SO , I WILL GIVE THE MEANINGFUL VETERANS POEM FOR HIM FOR FREE. I JUST LIKE TO SHOW MY DEEPEST APPRECIATION TO ALL THE HOROIC SACRIFICE & SUFFERINGS HE DID FOR MY COUNTRY - PHILIPPINES. THANK U VERY MUCH,,
I was privileged to play Taps for my cousin Al Brown yesterday at his memorial service. While the term "hero" is often over used, this gentleman was indeed a true WWII hero. Thanks to the Honor Guard from Fort Leonard Wood for their fine job and to the support of the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders. Please take time to read about Dr. (Major) Albert N. Brown and discover what a unique & wonderful man he was. Thank you.
All the best to the Brown family. May the God of all comfort be with you as you cope with your loss.
It was a honor to stand guard for this hero! (Rowdy Hill) Patriot Guard Rider. Standing for those who stood for us.
I spent time with my uncle, a WWII soldier in Patton's brigade, prior to his passing documenting his military activities, and know the difficulty those men had in sharing their experiences. I wish I had had the chance to know Mr. Brown, speak with him, and thank him for his service as well. He must have been an incredible man with a giant-sized spirit. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, and with the families of all those other servicemen who were a part of the death march. I'm sure they are reminded of the horrible experiences suffered by their loved-ones each time they hear or read anything regarding the Bataan Death March. We can never understand or invision the hardships suffered by those men, but can certainly sympathize with the suffering they endured and rejoice in the success many of them went on to experience after their return to the US.
God bless this family and may God bless this hero and take him into his arms.
Thanks for all, that you've endured, on behalf of keeping the world a better place, for your children & grandchildren to live in, as well as, all of our children too ! God Bless your Soul !
I'm with the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders, all I can say is God Bless your soul..
I wanted to take a moment to send my condolences. Five years ago I was helping at a fund raiser at the Butler, PA Veterans Hospital and had the pleasure of meeting Abie Abraham, a fellow soldier and survivor of the 1942 Bataan Death March. I was shocked that after 12 years of private school education and many years later, never hearing about this tragedy in our history. I was 54 years old when Abie shared his experiences with me. I bought his book and researched this “missed” part of my education. My heart aches for the men and their families during this horrific episode of war. Doc, may you rest in peace and realize the true legacy you have left behind.
To his family and friends, may you find comfort in your memories and smile each day going forward when you see yourself doing something or saying something that would reflect Doc’s lifelong teachings. Thank you to a true American hero.
What an incredible story of a man's determination. As you share this story I pray it will be used to inspire our troops as they come back home to the USA and know they too, can overcome. God's blessings to the family.
In our hometown we also have a Bataan Death March HERO. He is 98 years old. While there is still time all citizens of the USA should be saying to those WWII veterans, "Thank you for your brave and sacrificial service to our country".
My condolences to the family of Mr. Brown. Such an inspiring story, I wish 'Forsaken Heroes of the Pacific War: One Man's True Story' would become required reading in all high schools. A true hero!!
THANK YOU "Doc" for your exemplary HEROISM when we needed you most! GOD BLESSED you.
God bless you and your family. Thank you for your service to our country. You are an amazing hero Doc Brown.
An AMERICAN HERO AND THANKS.
Thank You Sir for all you have done for all of us in this Country, you helped keep free. I Honor you and all of your comrads for the hell you went through and you did it for survival and Liberty that we all now take for granted. I also honor the Men and Women who are in Peril right now as I write. God Bless you Sir and the U.S.A.
sorry to hear about Mr. Browns dealth my condolence to your family. My farther-in -law was also a prisoner of batan and his name was Clarence (Ting) Rogers) of Cherokee NC he was called Chief (nickname) because of his cherokee ancestry and was well known around here. He also had storys of his days in capitivey . sound like all those men and women were true heros. Time will heal all wounds in time. Eddie Welch
To the Brown Family,
My Uncle was also in the death march and he survived. Much like Doc, my Uncle didn't talk about it until later in life. I'm glad to hear of another American Soldier who was able to move on with life after surviving such a horrific ordeal. RIP Doc.
Thank you for your dedicated service and inspiration to us all.
Rest in peace, Mr. Brown. Thank you for your service to our country.
M. Kelly, Illinois
What a story that everyone should learn from.
I thank him for his servce and because of his willing to fight I have my freedom and can sleep at night. We are losing our World War 2 vets so fast these days. What brave men they were as are all our vets.I know we have men and women in harms way this very day and they are doing the same thing and I am honored to be able to show my support these days as a Patriot Guard Rider. It is such a humbling experience to take part in honoring those that come home. RIP Albert Brown. The Lord has gained a good man in heaven!!
to the brown family--you truly lived with an american HERO --hope they make a movie about doc brown --may god open his arms and welcome you home--thanks for your service to america---
Thank you for your service to our country! What an inspiration your life story is to our troops.
What can you say about a hero such as "Doc". He should be an inspiration to all out Veterans, especially the guys that are fighting for our freedom at this very moment.
105 years old; that is amazing in its on right. You can bet from the time he entered the service until his death at 105 there was not a day that went by that that is thoughts were not on that "Death March", and seeing his friends and comrads tortured, and slain..What a soldier, WHAT A MAN.
We salute your veteran. Our condolences for your loss and gratitude for your loved one's service to our country.
Thank you for your service to our great country. My uncle, also a Death March survivor died a few months ago. Now you and he are together again with the Lord.
Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Your life story is an inspiration to me and to others I am sure.--Terry in Louisiana
A TRUE AMERICAN HERO. YOU FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT; IT IS NOW TIME TO REST.
God Bless you--and thank you for your service and your strength.
Marilyn Hauserman (Bartlett,IL)
We might be relatedMy mothers grandfather had a brother-Albert-she told me that
WB Was a cousin by marriage
Ezekiel o Brown-he was early
I was honored to have read your obituary...
A TRULY INSPIRING LIFE OF AN AMERICAN HERO
What a remarkable story of perseverence - truely an American hero.
Thank you and God Bless you. There will never be another generation like yours. And that is a crying shame.
God bless you and your family! We as a nation are in your debt ~ a debt owed to those active, retired and those who are now with our Lord and Savior, including my own dad, a WWII vet and my brother, a Viet Nam vet. God bless all of you past, present and future! And, thank you!
God bless Mr. Brown and his family. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Rest him easy, please Lord, rest him easy. Jake Carver, Illinois
My condolences to the family of Albert Doc Brown. May you all find comfort from God's word recorded at Ecclesiastes 9:5,6 regarding the loss of your loved one.
This courageous man's story, along with others, should be required reading to all highschool students today. He needs to be remembered and all should know that freedom truly is not free. God bless this man and bless his family. He has gone home to a truly deserved reward. S. Schuessler (Conyers, GA)
my deepest sympathies,that man was a hero , Michael Kozak, Johnstown Pennsylvania
Peace be with you as you were a man of caliber and strength that makes the US proud.
May God grant you the peace you so rightly deserve. Join your comrades who preceeded you and know you are where there is no pain. Being a veteran of the Vietnam War, I hope you rest in peace my brother. You, and men like you, are what made your generation the greatest. May God comfort your family during this trying time.
Interesting story. I never knew that the Filipinos tried to help the American. That was a revelation. He was a strong, brave man.One that endures and endures.
Anna Wilson (MD)
I wish to send heart filled condolences to 'Doc' and his family.You Mr.Brown is the one reason I proudly hang my POW-MIA flag everyday to remember and thank those who are still missing or who had to endure such 'HELL' so to speak.May God bless you and your family.
May God Bless you Doc, you are the man !
From:Texas Army National Guard,Military Police & C I D./E J Smith,Sergeant Major(Serving Since 1969)
To: The Brown Family
Thanks, for a great contribution to The Armed Forces Of The United States.
God Bless Him for his surviving the bataan death march. These Men & Women of WWII were truly the Greatest generation. Condolences to his family & friends.
May the God of all comfort be with the Brown family at this time of greif and the words at John5:28,29 be of encouragement to you.
A shining example of a real Human Being - now returned to The Creator. Condolences to family and friends.
they don't make men like this anymore. bless you
Rest in Peace brother You service to your country will not be forgotten
GOD BLESS..HE WAS A TRUE HERO..AND IM SURE THE STORIES HE COULD TELL..AND HERE WE ARE COMPLAINING ABOUT THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE..NOW I FEEL SO STUPID. MAY HE REST IN PEACE. AND HOW THANKFUL AND LUCKY WE ARE TO HAVE AN ANGEL LIKE HIM...XOXOXOXOXOXOXO L.HENRY/CHELSEA MASS
To Dr Brown's Family,
My heartfelt condolences on the loss of Dr Brown - What an Awesome Legacy ! Rest In Peace, Dr Brown!
RIP Mr. Brown. Thank you for giving of yourself for our freedom. My father (Joseph F. Bickett) was also on this death march. He went to heaven 4 years ago. May your loved ones find comfort in this time of great sorrow.
God bless you and your family Sir. It is said that heroes live forever. Your life and how you lived it, are proof of that statement.
A Grateful American
I read "Ghost Soldiers" a few years ago. What sacrifices these men made for our freedom. My father and stepfather were both WWII Veterans. The "Greatest Generation" will soon be gone. Thank you, Dr. Brown, for your dedicated service to our Country.
A hero., May he rest in peace. Peace be with the family. He is in God's arms now and safe from all harm. We thank him for his service to his country. So sorry that this would have to happen to anyone. Peace be with all of you. You can be so proud of him.
Thank you, Doc, for reminding us what we really CAN do in life even in it's darkest hour. God bless you, sir, for your bravery and honor. A real American hero. Rest in peace.
Denise Wear Jacksonville, FL
"old soldiers never die ,they just fade away"i thank you sir for your bravery and sacrifice.
I salute you and your service to the United States of America. I promise I will always remember all of the ex-pows.
I regret that I never met you or my dad's uncle who also survived the Bataan Death March. I had the honor of being able to send you a 105th birthday card.
God's peace be with you and your family.
Mr. Shawn Lennartson
Round Rock, Tx
Descendants Group-American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor
we as American are so very proud of Doc Brown .he is a true hero may his soul rest in peace, Lucille Sesser Il
RIP Albert "Doc" Brown, my military brother. My condolences to your family. America is free because of the brave.
Doc Brown was a hero in my eyes also. Those people went thru pure hell there. My dad, Jimmie L. Jarrell, was also a soldier in the Bataan Death March. He was born in 1917 and passed away from injuries and illness received during his POW yrs., in 1968. He never talked much about it to us because he said it was so horrible. The few things he ever said about it were terrible enough. He only ever talked about it to his other military friends. He was a hero to me and to all. I miss him every day. He was my best friend. My condolences to Doc's family in this sad time. I will be praying for you all. Wanda Jarrell Harding Columbus, Ga.
A true hero....may God Bless my friend.
A true American Hero. What a legacy for us all. Rest in peace.
A true hero! God Bless You!
Condolences to Dr. Brown's family. We have a local man who is now 98 years old. He also survived the Bataan Death March. How these men went on to live good lives is worthy of being taught in high school history.
Albert "DOC" Brown you were a true hero and very brave american soldier. May god
bless your soul. Carlos Carranza, San Antoio, Texas.
Dr.Brown may have been the one who helped my brother, Donald F. Ingle,get medical supplies to help the men in his section during imprisonment.Donald,21, said he was an"older man":kind,compassionate and brave.Their experience were the same. Doc was revered by my brother. I am so glad the world was blessed with his presence for 105 years! God Bless all our troops of every generation.
I am truly inspired by your service to your country. You are the definition of a American Hero. The town of North Platte, Nebraska is proud of you. God Bless You and Thank You. May you find the peace you so deserve.
What an amazing life! Rest in Peace!
Praise God for Albert Brown. America owes its survival to patriots like him. How we need such courageous men in this present time to lead us and protect us from the enemy! May you rest in peace now from your many years of suffering, done willingly for this nation. Condolences to your family.
Condolences to the Brown family on their loss. May the God of all comfort be with you.
What integrity, endurance and complete trust in his Creator to help him get thru the worst of atrocities. May it comfort the family to know that Albert will return to the days of his youthful vigor-Job 33:25. His life of exceeding the average life expectancy of man of mere 70-80 yrs to 105 proves that our Creator has a wonderful future for obedient mankind so his original purpose of a paradisaic earth without war and suffering will finally be realized - Isaiah 2:4/Psalm 37:29.
Thank you Doc Albert Brown, for your service to our great nation. You surely are an epitome of a great American, to honored and idolized. I was born in Corregidor, in 1935, my father was in the Philippine Scouts, Army of the U.S. My mother and six of her siblings were in the civilian side of the Bataan Death March; walked from Mariveles to Orani, Bataan.
I am writing a book about us civilian, the agony, hardship maltreatment we suffered from Dec 1941 to the end of our Death March, Thank you once again, Doc Albert Brown.
Chamberlin M. Febre (Citrus Heights, CA)
Mr. Brown was a true American hero. My condolences to his family. I am proud to be an American because of men like him.
He deserves his place in history just for surviving the Bataan death march. God Bless
him his family and the USA for producing hero's like this. Julie Kiel, Wi
What an amazing story! Thank you for your service and the example you set for all of us who may whine or complain about some discomfort or personal plan that didn't come to pass. God bless you and your family!
"Thank You for your service" doesn't begin to cover it. Rest in Peace.
Roger Dean- Austin, TX
THank you sir for your service to our country. I would NOT be here without you. Your service will not be in vain. God Bless you and your fellow brothers and sisters.
What a man! His story should be required reading in every classroom in America. I am planning on purchasing the book to put in our library. I salute you and thank you Mr. Brown for your example and devoted service to our country.
Retha Mitchell (Anderson, MO)
MAY GOD BLESS DOC AND HIS FAMILY IN THIS TIME OF NEED, AND TO THANK HIM FOR HIS SERVICE TO HIS COUNTRY, SGT. LEON BUCZYNSKI, US AIR FORCE, RET.
I salute you my valiant friend. Rest in Peace.
Thank God for this man and the many who sacrificed for us.
Thank God for this man and the many who sacrificed for us.
A hero is at rest. May God bless his family.
MY HEART IS SO FULL OF ADMIRATION! WE HAVE LOST A TRUE HERO!
Sir...you are truly part of the Greatest Generation..of which we owe a great debt of gratitude...THANK YOU for your service & sacrifice. Mary Stinson-Fairview TN
Thank you sir, from a grateful nation.
God Bless you, sir. We are deeply grateful for your sacrifices. May you rest in peace.
Thanks for what you did. I was so young I didn't believe at first and it was before TV, we saw it at the theater, the "New Reel". I would hide behind the seats.
I have a grandson that is very interesting in WW2, I've learned more from him..........
In my husbands home town he told me there was a "HERO" from that
group, I always wanted to meet him but I was never given the honor.
Thanks again what you did.
We'll fly the USA flag more often because of you and the rest of the
men that was with you.
Thank you for making our country a great one and for the sacrifice you gave. You are truly an inspiration and may you find peace in our Father's Arms. Laura Peeper (Cleveland, Ohio)
Dear Dr. Brown & Family,
May God grant you eternal peace and bless your family. May grandfather was killed in 1943 in Burma. I hope he is one on the soldiers there to greet you. You are a true hero! Thank you for your many sacrifies. From one veteran to another, I salute you sir. God bless.
Day is done, gone the sun
From the lakes, from the hills, from the sky
All is well, safely rest
God is near.
Fading light dims the sight
And a star gems the sky, gleaming bright
From afar, drawing near
Falls the night.
Thanks and praise for our days
Neath the sun, neath the stars, neath the sky
As we go, this we know
God is near.
I salute this true American HERO. May he now be at the peace which is forever.
i salute you for your bravery and sacrife mr brown for our freedom to keep this nation free. to condolences to the family .
To Mr. Brown's Family,
May you find peace at last. May Our Lord reward you for all you endured through the years. We lost our father this July 19. He was 89 and suffered with Alzheimer's over 10 years. He, too, was on the Bataan death march and a POW for 3 1/2 years. He, also, wrote of those horrible years. He forgave those involved and started over with a wife and four children. May God bless both of them and remember that all wars are horrific and should be avoided if at all possible!
Olathe, KS (daughter of Stephen N. Kramerich)
God bless "Doc" Brown and the men of Bataan and Corregidor. I salute their courage and their service to the country. They endured brutal treatment and witnessed unspeakable horrors at the hands of the Imperial Japanese military
May you rest in peace, great soldier! You truly are what the "Greatest Generation" was all about. I am humbled just reading your harrowing story. My own uncle from Questa, NM was a Bataan Death March survivor, as were many from the state of New Mexico. I often heard stories of the awful treatment the Japanese inflicted on our American Heroes, and it breaks my heart.
God will bless and comfort you in Heaven because you have already seen hell at a place called Bataan
I salute your veteran. My condolences for your loss and gratitude for your loved one's service to our country. We have lost another hero, but his memories and services to our country will last forever. A job well done and he is a credit to our military services. May this Old Soldier Rest Now with Other Deceased Veterans.
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
An inspiration to us all, a light to open a path through the darkness, a guide on what the value of life really is. Happiness is only real when shared, and Albert "Doc" Brown continues to share his happiness, guiding us who have served to our own sanctuaries of happiness. Thank you for all you have done, so great your Service to your country, your lasting Service to the Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen who follow your example. Thank you for showing us how it's done right.
Rest in peace Mr. Brown. Thank you for all you and others have done to secure our freedom. Sincere condolences to your family. He and the other survivours should be awarded America's highest award!
I have visited the Philippines and the path of the death march. It was sad for so many, and through it all, the Filipinos were our friends. God Bless Albert "Doc" Brown, and all the men that suffered through it. Also God Bless the Filipinos that stuck by the US, and awaited the return of General Douglas MacArthur, which later won the country back from the Japanese.
I salute you and your fellow soldiers.I'm sorry for all you had to endure.
thanks to men like doc brown we are still free may god bless him and i know he is in heaven with our lord and savior
george morris us navy vet
May you rest in peace! Thank you so much for your service to our country. (Just reading this obit makes me realize how small most of our problems are and how much we owe to our vets.) Proud American - Barberton, OH
Thank, you sir for your service , you were truly an inspiring example , a real American hero , may you rest in peace , my sympathy to your family .
THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA SEND THEIR SINCEREST
CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF ALBERT BROWN ON HIS
PASSING..TRUELY AN AMERICAN HERO OF WWII AND ONE
OF AMERICAS "GREATEST GENERATION".
HOW COURAGEOUS "DOC" WAS TO SURVIVE SUCH A
ORDEAL AND HELP OTHER IN THE SAME SITUATION. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY AND
FRIENDS OF "DOC" BROWN. I SALUTE YOU SIR, A JOB WELL
DONE. GOD BLESS YOU.
What A Great American !!! Thank You For Your Service !! We Are All Better People Because Of You !!!!
I just read Dr. Brown's obituary. It made me cry to think of the horrors he endured, but endure he did. He is a model of the American soldier and American citizen. I did not know him, but his bravery makes me proud to be an American. Dr. Brown was a stand-up guy!! Honorable and strong in the face of many setbacks. May Dr. Brown rest in peace with his Lord, Amen and farewell, Dr. Brown. You were among the American Greats!!
What great inspiration! To have given so much for his country and going on to defy the odds. May God truly bless this man.
God bless Albert "Doc" Brown. What he and others endured in the Bataan Death March and years of incarceration, starvation, disease, and constant abuse by the Japanese, is almost beyond words. For those Americans who want to know from a first hand source more about it, please read Sgt. Abie Abraham's book "The Ghosts of Bataan Speak." 98 year old Abraham, another survivor of the March, still lives.
America has lost a wonderful hero. We should all thank him in our hearts and know that his journey into God's hands was short. I pray for him and shed a tear.
What a great man. What a legacy, he's given so much to us all. Never forget "Doc" Brown and all of those who have seen and endured unimaginable pain and suffering to secure our freedom. I pray today's soldiers returning home find solace in Mr. Browns life and find the same hope and strength as he did to "come out on top".
Doc Brown's last march is into the hands of God.
Thank you and God bless his soul. soul.
Doc Brown was an awesome man. My husband and I were privileged to have met him and listen to some of his stories. He was such an inspiration and will always be held fondly in my heart.
Although I did not know this courageous man. I am inspired by his generation once again. Thank you, Dr. Brown from all america
Another great man that answered the call for his country.
Please Jesus wrap your arms around these brave men and keep them safe tor ever more.& GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THE BATTAN DEATH MARCH. May we always remember there strength & FORITUIDE as a TRUE AMERICAN. TMM COLUMBUS OHIO
Thank you, Doc Brown, for your sacrifice for my freedom. You are, and always will be, a true hero. What a wonderful spirit and an awesome legacy you leave to the rest of us.
Wow is all one can say. Now that is a real hero. God rest his soul. (Lexington SC)
Doc I had three uncles that fought in WW11 one in the Phillipines, they were outstanding just like you. Thank you for your service.
A true American hero. Thank you for our freedom which we enjoy every day.
Rest in Peace !!!
On behalf of my parents, Joseph Segura, a Bataan Death March survivor and his wife Emmie of Albuquerque, New Mexico, my condolences to the entire family of Mr. Albert "Doc" Brown.
A thank you isn't enough...none of us can imagine what you endured on our behalf.
RIP. A true warrior and hero.
thank you for service to our country. You will be forever remembered by a grateful nation
What a great American hero.Sad to see this great generation slowly leaving us.Keep their spirit alive,by keeping their stories alive.God bless Doc!
One more great loss of a member of our Greatest Generation. Sadly, so few are left. All are heroes, but "Doc" Brown embodies everything good about America and her people. Godspeed be with the family and friends as we celebrate a true hero. Rest in eternal peace Soldier!
tHANK YOU DOC BROWN FOR YOUR UNSELFISH SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY. tHIS WORLD COULD USE ALOT MORE LIKE YOU. "les we forget"
Thanks Doc for your service and determination.
Thank you, our thoughts will fade but the bravery, deeds and humanity will live for ever.
He is truly a hero, not only of the war, but as an American.
My husband's brother survived the Bataan death march, only to be put on an unmarked ship that was destroyed by our own planes at the end of the war. We have his prisoner of war postcards and he was always in good spirits. May God Bless all of our men and women who serve in the Military to keep us free! Albert "Doc" Brown was a true American!
Alice (Gadsden, AL)
We salute men of his stature and their sacrifice is something that we shall never forgot. The sacrifice is something that we can never repay. We shall never forget the brutality of the enemy or the resilience of this hero. To God be the glory that he was able to survive and be blessed in this life with longevity. His life is an inspiration to all of us. What God hath wrought on our behalf through such remarkable men as he!
May you rest in peace at last in the arms of our LORD and be in heaven with all of our deceased service men and women who have fought and died for our country so that we may live in peace. God bless you and your family. ( John Ferrigno WW 2 vet East granby Ct.)
Thank you for your service to our country. God bless you and your family.
Sons of the American Legion member 0330 New Haven IN
I have a great regard for Mr.Brown,although he suffered many things he remained strong.I also thank Mr. Brown for helping me to continue living in a free country.God surely blessed him with a long life,now he is in the restful arms of God .
My cousin, Marshall LaForet, was also a Batann Death Camp survivor. Sadly, my cousin never recovered from the injuries he received, emotionally and physically, during his time of capture. It is wonderful to know that others were able to soldier on and become the men they did in spite of the atrocities they suffered. May Doc Brown's family celebrate such a great man.
Honor, courage and sacrifice beyond belief are the hallmarks of this great American. May he rest in well deserved peace.
We have lost another "quiet"hero whose strength and sacrifice will always be remembered. He was Blessed.----our country was Blessed and now heaven is Blessed. As a fellow D.D.S. I am honored to be aware of hero and patriot -------Albert "Doc" Brown .
My uncle Leon Tice was a survivor of the death marches, and was imprisoned at the same time as Mr Brown. My uncle was a Medic, and was used by the Japanese in their medical. Then he would smuggle drugs into the camp to help save our own troops, as well as the Filipinos in the camp. He escaped one time and was recaptured. He passed away a couple of years ago at the age of 91. There was a book written, called the Ghost Soldiers, that tells about their liberation from the camp. He died in Santa Barbara, Ca.
I am so inspired by Doc's courage and positive outlook and attitude. He was an American hero. Hats off to all the men and women who serve our great country. Thanks for all you do.
Kathy Delaney (Orland Park, IL)
Thank you and all past and present service members for the freedoms that we enjoy. God Bless you and your family.
Thank you for your service to our Country. May you be a rest!. You deserve it. God Bless your family.
I join the many here who respect "DOC" Brown for his courageous spirit and patriotism and service. Thanks seems not enough to convey the debt of gratitude we owe such men as he. You must be very proud and honored he was part of your family . God Bless you all.
To Doc Brown's Family: May my generation and those after me remember to say Thank You to the military men like Doc. I like to remember that "Politicians don't make us free, soldiers do." Doc's story is an inspiration. Beverly C
Dear Brown Family,
Albert Brown's life is an inspiration to each one of us. He was an amazing man! I am grateful to him and thousands of others who gave and continue to give of themselves in order to protect our freedoms. Please continue to share Albert's story. I will pass it along because we cannot forget what has been done on our behalf. Thank you for sharing Albert with us! May the Lord continue to bless you and His troops.
A most inspiring man. Thankyou sir, and prayers for his family, also for all the military men and women, God Bless you all.
Thank you for everything. Good Bless You.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
wow what a life!!! A TRUE HERO....thank you for your service sir and your example of life path....god bless you and your family
What a true American Hero ! Be at ease now... God Bless you and your family.
RIP Doc Brown as you enter Heaven to join your brethren who now march where their footfalls make no sound. Blessings to you and your family and thank you and all the other heroes who gave so much so that we can live free.
Doc Brown's courage and determination shows what the human spirit can endure and still survive. What an American hero.
To Doc Brown's family...my generation owes him and his comrades more than we can ever repay. I hope he was able to forgive the Japanese for their atrocities. I doubt that I could have, had I suffered what he suffered at their hands. His story has inspired us all. --Gene S. (son of WWII soldier)
"Doc" Brown is a true hero. My uncle who I am named after died in a Japanese POW camp. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
James Swann, Delta,AL
Dear Brown Family:
God bless you and yours and may the spirit of Mr. Brown continue to live on in all of you. We are grateful for Mr. Brown and for all servicemen who protect our country under any circumstances. May the love, peace and joy of Jesus and Mary descend on you and yours.
Pasquale and Beverly Galtieri
Mother of Joy House of Prayer
Syracuse, NY La Pieta Prayer Group
Dear Brown Family,
the courage your father endured during the war is in inspiring. thank you for service to your country. May God Bless you during this diffcult time
Soldier Brown is truly an American hero. Words cannot express my gratitude for his service. I so admire his perseverance & service to America. God Bless you & your family.
I am so sorry. My own grandfather was a survivor who passed away this time of the year about 13 years ago. I know exactly how it feels to lose a hero. So many don't understand the demons these men fought for the rest of their lives. I hope you find comfort in knowing that you are in many people's prayers and thoughts- including mine.
RIP DOC BROWN, YOU ARE MY HERO!! GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS!! THANK YOU FOR MY FREEDOM, MY FAMILY, MY FRIENDS, EVERYONE PAST AND PRESENT, AND OUR FUTURE FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!! YOUR LEGACY WILL LIVE ON FOREVER!! GOD'S BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!! THANK YOU!!
A true AMERICAN HERO GOD BLESS THIS MAN.
Thank you, Soldier and American Hero. Our country and the world is better because of your struggle.
James Lockemy, COL (Ret), Dillon, South Carolina
RIP hero! your service and sacrafice will NOT be forgotten!
A true member of the "Greatest Generation"! An example for us for all of us to admire. No matter how life has you down, you can return to be the very best you can be. Rest in peace Mr. Brown: American.
You are the personification of the strength courage and loyalty that our soldiers are made of from the beginning of our great country to now. Without you we would not be able to live in this wonderful freedom. May you be a lesson to all who follow
Dear Brown Family:
May the precious memories of your love one linger on forever. May the Eternal Flame forever burn for Albert "Doc" Brown soul.
One incredible man.... thank you for your service
Thank you for your service to our country. God Bless.
You must've been met by all of the service men waiting to salute you in Heaven! Tell Mr. Dorn and my Dad hello... Thank you for your service and the bravery here at home to share your story.
Thank you for your service to your country. You are an inspiration to me and many others. You are my true hero.
You gave your everything so others could remain free in this
wonderful land of United States. I wish I could of met you in
person and shook your hand and say, "Thank You from the bottom of my heart.
Mr. Brown's story is very inspiring. May he rest in peace. God bless his family and friends.
To the family of Albert "Doc" Brown,
What a wonderful man he was. My father, Allen Hancock, was also a survivor of the Bataan Death March as well as a POW for over 3yrs. How these brave men were able to summon the strength & courage to survive, I will never understand. I am so grateful for men of this caliber who served our country. May you find comfort in your many wonderful memories of him. We all owe our freedom to these veterans.
Cheryl Hancock Cook
Thank you for your service Doctor, you are a true member of the greatest generation.
To the family of this incredible man, my condolences.
A TRUE American Hero. Thank you for your service. God watch over your family and comfort them in this time of need.
I WOULD LIKE SEND THIS STORY TO EVERYONE WHO THINKS THEY ARE HAVEING A BAD DAY, THIS MAN IS A GREAT INSPIRATION TO YOUR INNER WILL, MAY GOD BLESS HIM FOR EVER, THANK YOU SIR.
What an incredible life's story...guts, fortitude, resilience, and an indomitable spirit. "Doc" Brown's experiences are beyond inspiring! My sincerest condolences to his family and friends.
Thank you Doc for your service. Thank you for your patriotism, your courage and sacrifice.
"These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman." --Thomas Paine, The American Crises, No. 1, 1776
God alone knows the blessings He saves for those who have lived through so much. We must all force ourselves, if necessary, to read and feel what our heroes past and present have gone through, seen, felt, think about. And I will add this man's story to my books, such as Ghost Soldiers.
May youl Soul Rest in Peace
He was a wonderful hero and an inspiration to all of us. Thank you for your sacrifice.
What an amazing man! May you rest in peace and enjoy your heavenly reward. Lori (Savannah, GA)
What a hero! Gen. McArthur said "Old soldiers Never Die They Just Fade Away" My dear hero you walked all that 60 miles from Bataan to West Manila. You have a place in heaven where all the war heroes are seating. You will be welcomd home. I wish I had the words to describe my feelings of respect, and my sense of debt to this man. May your Soul Rest In Peace>>
Being from North Platt,NE was part of what made him. That area produced some truly remarkable people, like the Canteen Ladies that, until the war was over,served the "boys" on the trains going through North Platt on the way to war. They supplied food, cakes drinks and fellowship FOR FREE. Doc Brown had that stamina that the people of that area showed so openly. I believe it was born in him. What at ruly remarkable man.
Mr. Brown and the members of this Death March and the long months in prison are the ultimate Heros in the history of this country.
We own so very much to them that we cannot every repay them for their sacrifice. These were real men!!!!! Thank you Mr. Brown.
DEAR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
A QUOTE FROM A GREAT GENERAL OF WW11:
OLD SOLDIERS DON'T DIE THEY JUST FADE AWAY AND SO GOES THE GREATEST GENERATION.
GARNETT S. CREGER
God bless you, dear man, and all of your loved ones.
The Family of Dr Brown, finally the great peace of God is his.
May you rest in peace, as the son of a Bataan Death March survivor, I witnessed the years of pain after my dad returned home., I know what you endured. May God give you rest.
Rest in peace fellow veteran. You are an inspiration to all of us and we are forever grateful for your sacrifice.
Thank You Sir, and God Speed good and Faithful servant
What an incredible story and pain our brave soldiers endured for this great nation. We should never forget the sacrifices that were made.
Soldier ALBERT BROWN Survived Bataan Death March And Lived To The Ripe Old Age Of 105.God Bless You Great American. Rest In Peace.We Will All Meet Again.
God Bless You...What a wonderful life inspite of what Mr. Brown indured much much respect another angel received his wings.
God bless you Sir, you gave so much for your country and you had such an amazing stamina and will to survive. You are a hero to us all and an inspiration. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
God Bless you Sir. May you always Rest-In-Peace and Honored Glory.
Another hero is gone. Thank you Albert for serving your country and helping to keep us free. Rest in Peace.
Thank you Albert "Doc" Brown for sharing your story with us. I wish I could have known you. Your story will serve to remind us that nothing is impossible for God.
Your piece of the "quilt of life" has been stiched together by your service to God and country. Thank you!
God bless you family.
A wonderful example of the best in America. God bless you Doc Brown, you're an example to live by. Rest in peace good man.
My favorite teacher in middle school was also on the death march.He told his students stories of atrosities that they endured.
For others you gave so much. This country is free today beause of brave and DETERMINED MEN as he was. My sincere sympathy to the family and may memories help ease your pain. My deepest respect.
Button B. Boyd (Ms.)
To add to my earlier comment, I had an uncle (Uncle Bob Mitchell) who was also on the march. He too did not talk much about that experience, but I remember that his household did not discard leftover food, but made another meal from it.
my dad was also in WWII, you are both heroes in my book, along with the many other men & women who gave their all in that war! You can finally rest peacefully in God's arms, with all the glory you deserve!
From a Grateful American!!!
I'm sorry the world has had to say goodbye to such an incredible man. May God's blessings abound upon his family.
What an inspiring man. Bless you, Doc. I am sharing his story with women I know who have breast cancer. To the family, thank you for sharing his story.
I feel at a loss for any adequate words to celebrate this man. First we must acknowledge those who didnt make it thru that horrific episode, for we know Doc always remembered them and honored them in his words and thoughts.
What an awesome life from beginning to end! I am glad he was finally able to relate his experiences to all so that we may understand and not forget the incredible good and evil Man is capable of eschewing.
Thank you , Doc, for your service and helping to make my life and my children's lives free of the tyranny that attempted to take over our world at that time. I am VERY sure your rewards in Heaven are great! I will tell my kids and their kids (if possible) about Doc and the sacrifices made by so many. God Bless his family and friends at this time of loss as well.
thank you for your service!! rip doc brown. may your family find comfort and peace knowing heaven has a truly remarkable angel. may your life story inspire all soldiers to know that they can overcome !!!
America is proud and saulutes men like Albert. May God let him finally rest in peace. Thank you Al for what you represent as an American.
I did not know this man but like his story. My uncles served in WWII so I am familiar with the stories of war.
I am thankful for his story, his life and his service to our country. God bless America!!
Don"t cry because it"s over, smile because it happened. God be with his family and close friends.
What an anazing man and a beautifully composed obit.
The greatest of the greatest generation....RIP sir..
Thank you for your service, to are beloved country.
I grew up with a father who fought in WWII. When we were old enough to understand, he spoke openly of all the many heroes that he met throughout this difficult war. They came from every state and from every level of this countries brave people/families. It is absolutely true that some gave all, but all gave some. Because of our father's many stories of that War, we have passed on to our children and grandchildren, what we learned and the pride and respect to have for all solders. We salute and honor the life of this brave soul.
"Doc" was/is a true hero!
Our hearts and love got out to Doc Brown and his family. What a great hero and human he had to be. We too lost a family member in Battan, such great heros. Our love and thoughts the Graham family
It is because of Heroes like you, we live in dignity and freedom. You will always be in my heart when I raise the American Flag. Thank you Mr. Albert Brown. We will always remember our brave warrior.
Thank you for your service to our country. Rest well, you certainly have earned that.
We would all be so humble in your presence; but, I am so humbled now. May God grant you the peace and serenity that you so richly deserve. Fair winds and following seas.
Rest in complete peace in the arms of God and thank you for your service.
Wow what an amazing man Doc was. He was truly a hero for everyone to look up to as an example of a great man.
May You RIP "Doc" .
You have done your job and will be respected by all of Us who have served .
I have to admit I never heard of Mr Brown until his death, but after reading about his ordeal I'm compelled to say Thank You for your service, a country could not ask more from a hero.
God bless you and keep you in his loving arms soldier!
A life well lived is its own legacy - well done, sir. Well done, Rest in Peace.
God bless you for protecting our country.
My uncle was in that march, he did not survive. Rest in Peace, you have claimed
your reward. You deserve it.
My late father was also on the Bataan Death March. May God bless Mr. Brown and all the heroes of the Greatest Generation. They gave us so much while suffering so much. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Brown's family. J. Hart, Frederick, MD
he was America's hero, someone we all need to admire and emulate
Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our freedom, you are truly a brave and inspirational man. God bless you and your family.
May the Good Lord bless and keep you. A grateful country thanks you for your service.
Prayers goes out to family. My father also was a prisoner , died in 1984. Will be looking for the book to read. Remember the stories my father use to tell. But did not talk about it very much.
May we never forget all our Men and Women that has kelp us free.Dr Brown was a true hero and may he rest now and never be forgotten in history of our country and what it cost.
This story should inspire everyone to thank a vet.Lend a helping hand and a warm heart to the many who have given so much.Thanks to all the tru American Heros. God Bless
If there's a heaven, Doc, you're there. RIP.
My father was also a Bataan survivor with an unfailing will to live. Men like Doc Brown and my father are an inspiration to us all. You are my heros.
I thank Dr.Brown's family for sharing his remarkable story. My father was also one of the "Ghost Soldiers" who survived March of Baatan & 3 yrs of prison camp.
They were truly members of America's "greatest generation". May Dr. Brown rest in peace.
Obviously a terrific representative of the "Greatest" generation...
What a true American hero...everyone needs to read how he endured this terrible ordeal. Blessings and peace to Mr. Brown.
What a wonderful story and hope they make a movie out of it some day.You will for sure rest in peace.
Dr. Brown was a delightful gentleman, whose stories of life at times horrified, but always uplifted me. Each and every conversation I had with him brought tears and hope, and many laughs. He had much to share of the awful days of war, but much more to share of life and family and memories that were very precious to him. As two veterans, we always spoke of matters of War, but Doc truly loved to speak of his whole life and especially his family. My heart goes out to you, his family. And to the little ones among you now and those to come--who will some day read of him, and realize what a legacy they have--what a blessed and even charmed life he did live. May God be with you now in your grief.
'Old School' American hero
thank you Mr. Brown for being who you were. Your life is an inspiration. Americans thank you, I thank you.
I, too, wish to thank you for your service to this country. Having read so much about the Bataan Death March the only regret I have is that I never had the honor of meeting you personally. Rest well, you were so brave and strong!
The gates of heaven opened and a true American hero entered. Thank you Dr. Brown for being an inspiration to all. God bless you always.
good bless this man we all can learn from him still .........sandy w
God bless and keep you Dr Brown. Another remarkable man "unbroken" by a truly horrible ordeal. I do hope others whose lives have been affected by war will read your story and be strenthened by it.
Michele - Michigan
What a brave soul. People cannot imagine the torture men like Doc went through. I myself cannot. These men were left to die. It is amazing any survived at all.
RIP Doc you are in heaven now. Semper-Fi
Safe journey for a true hero who survived an unthinkable situation that none of us could. Your family should be proud. May you find eternal rest...you have earned it.
A true American hero. Rest in peace, soldier. May God bless and keep the family.
A greatful nation thanks you for your service
Please accept my deepest condolence .it's good that Mr. Brown had the opportunity to live to be 105 yrs. Old . The scriptures say that our days are 70 or 80 .Psalms 90:10 .
We are sorry for the loss of your family member. He was a super person. We just had a good friend pass away last week, thank he was the last member of his bomber unit in WWII, he became a Sheriff in Kansas. I had 5 uncles in WWII also, they all made it home OK. God Bless Albert and the family. Forrest C. Toppy Clark, 100 years old on 8-15, and Sgt. Terrel Jamet Clark, Rich Hill, Missouri
We were saddened to learn of Doc's passing.
This soldier demonstrated remarkable resilience during a time that would test any man's metal and determination.
Thank for your service to our country and for setting a example for others.
God Bless You!
God bless the "Greatest Generation."
Sincere condolences to the survivors of this American Hero.
70 years is our life span. 80 years with special mightiness. ( Psalm 90:10. Albert was blessed with 105 years of special mightiness. May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
What a man of honor and perseverance. A true American hero and a true role model. War can be glamorized, for movies, but there was no glamor in Dr. Brown's story. Only a will to live and the fortitude to find enjoyment after his experience. A life well lived. It's an honor just to read his story.
Rest in Peace Hero American Doc Brown.
"No greater love exists than when a man lay down his life for his brother" -- John 15:13
Thank you for your service to this country. What a remarkable man and his heart-rendering story. May you rest in peace having lived a long and storied life. Dr. Brown's family and all Americans should be proud!
God Bless you ,and thank you for your service,you are the true superman.
Truly...the Greatest Generation. Thank you Dr. Brown for your service and your amazing life. God Bless you and your family.
God rest your soul Mr. Brown. Thank you for your service. May we all remember the hardships you endured to ensure freedom. God Bless. Vince and Rhenda Giaccone
RIP Hero...and thank you.
God Bless you Doctor Brown... I can't help but cry for all you endured, and I truly hope you are in Heaven, healthy and happy, making up for those terrible years that you spent in the war. My deepest sympathies to your family and loved ones..
Truly one of Americas BEST!
"let us pass over the river and rest in the shade of the trees..." Godspeed, Doc...
I grew up in awe of Doc Brown's generation of servicemen. I am still in awe of them. When there are none left, America will not seem like America anymore.
Amazing! What a story! I
His life is the embodiment of faith and endurance. He surely was shielded by the grace of God. Any American would be proud to have known him.
Dr. Brown's gift to us cannot be measured. Part of his legacy is our freedom. Peggy, Russell and I stayed in your lovely home for three days last week. We knew that he was ready for an even higher promotion and extend our love to you and our sympathy to you and your family and again to Dr. Brown, "Thank you".
From One Veteran to Another Veteran!
The United States Of America
(((SALUTES YOU ))) Mr. Albert"Doc"Brown
What an "AMAZING STORY"
It Should Be A Movie...
What a remarkable man! His story has brought tears of thankfulness. You have served above and beyond. RIP Doc! Thank you Sir & God Bless!
May the angels of heaven receive you with open arms, for you’ve spent your time in hell.
Thank you for your service. What a legacy to leave today's warriors. Well deserved rest for a true American Hero.
MANY THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE.
BLESSINGS TO YOUR FAMILY.
A TRUE AMERICAN HERO..
Thank you so much for your courage under fire. You are my hero.
What a celebration of life. What an inspiration! May his memory live forever.
You were among the bravest group of men. One of my friends survived the Death March also, haven't heard of his passing. Rest in peace Sir, you deserve all the honor we can bestow on you. Thank You for your service. I also am a Vet.
You are a hero to us all. May you rest in peace.
Most of us can never grasp the sacrifices made by Mr. Brown, but we can thank him for enduring and being such a fine example of a true American. Good bless you Mr. Brown, and my sympathy to your family.
To Doctor Albert Brown, you are an amazing individual, thank you for your service. You define "Hero"
FREEDOM IS NOT FREE - THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU!
GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOUR FAMILY DURING THIS TIME. REST IN PEACE AMERICAN HERO, SHELTERED IN THE ARMS OF GOD.
God Bless you "Doc" Brown. You are a true hero. I thank you for your inspiration and your service to our country.
Rest in Peace.......You've earned it!
Dr. Brown deserves the utmost Thanks for his enduring spirit and his service to country.
Reading an article not long ago about you Dr. Brown compelled me to get the book. You are a man of much strength and love for you fellow man and Country. God Bless you and those that follow in your footsteps to serve our country. Thank You!
Thank you for your service. Rest well, brave warrior.
An amazing man and an amazing hero. May he rest in peace.
It's a miracle you survived all that and were able to make a record of it for succeeding generations to know what happened during that awful time. I have read another survivor's diaries and memories of the Bataan March, and I look forward to reading yours. My Dad was stationed at NAS Deland, Florida, a swamp land near what is now Disney World, where he suffered with Malaria and had recurrences for years afterward. I believe you have had quite a homecoming with all the relatives and friends who preceded you to heaven.
I give my prayers to his family and say goodbye to a true American Hero!
What a trually enspiring life! May you now rest in the arms of Jesus, you deserve it. God bless you for the courage you have shown.
What an inspiration. God bless you.
You are truly a hero! Rest now and be with the ones you have loved... My deepest admiration goes to you and the ones like you..
Once again we have lost a hero but known only to his family. Hopefully his story will spread due to the book that I found out about after reading the headlines of his passing. What a remarkable man. I have traveled the Bataan Route in the Philippines. Every kilometer is marked by a concrete post. As beautiful as it is, it is hard to imagine the horror and terror that Doc Brown had to endure with thousands of others. He and the others that went before him will be in my thoughts today.
EN USA Retired
His body was in prison, but not his spirit. What an encouraging legacy. RIP from a Vietnam Vet.
Wow you have led an incredible life! Thank you for your service.
What can you say about a man like Doc Brown. There are no words in the english language. It would have been a high point in my life to have known him. My condolences to his family.
Our prayers are with your family. I live in Louisville, KY but was born in Marion, IL and read this obituary (which was in the Courier Journal paper in Louisville) to my husband. Mr. Brown sure endured a lot, more than any of us can even begin to imagine. God has him in his arms now and no more suffering. D & H Farris
What can I say that hasn't already been said? May he rest safe in the arms of Jesus. Truly a hero.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you enter the gates of heaven. My father was captured by the Germans when he was shot down over Ploesti in 1943. He escaped the Germans on cruthes with a broken leg and scranel in his hip. You old birds were tough as nails and had no surrender in you. God Bless this great country for producing men of your calibre. Hopefully your story is a lesson learned by our next generation that our God and country are something worth fighting for.
God Speed Doc Brown!
Major J.S. Collie, USAF (ret)
RIP doc, they don't make em like you anymore
Such a compelling story of disaster and triumph. Dr. Brown is commended for his perseverance in the face of death and his faith in life to have a spirit that led him out of the shadows of death and back to his family. A true American hero!
GOD BLESS YOU..FLY WITH ANGELS MY FRIEND..YOU HAVE EARNED THE REST...YOU ARE A TRUE HERO..BLESS YOU AND MAY THE HEAVENS BE THE COMFORT OF ALL THOSE THAT HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU...
I sincerely pray that Mr. Brown will RIP. We need more brave and selfless men like him.
God bless you Mr. Brown. Your strength and sacrifice are an inspiration to this nation.
To the family of Albert "Doc" Brown, May you find comfort in knowing that he was a brave and courageous soldier. I want to thank him for all he went through for us. May he find peace up in heaven with all of his "Buddies" that went before him. God Bless the United States of America.
Thank you to a true hero. Your sacrifice as well of others is what kept our nation free. May you continue your march with the greatest leader of all time... the Lord God, the Almighty Father.
Thank you for your service Doc and God Speed! May your family find comfort in the legacy that you have left for them. Reading about you has enriched me greatly.
What an incredible story! Such an inspiration. May he R.I.P.
God Bless America. Rest in peace Doc. Andy Coyne Jamaica Vermont
WOW this is and was awesome to know that He has live a long and Healthy life
I just read this story and I am very overwhelmed by what this "HERO" has done for this country...he is to be praised and honored for what he went through during the 2nd World War.... god speed sir....RIP.....thank you for your service to this great nation....
Thank you, Sir, for all that you did for our country. Rest in peace now, you deserve it.
My deepest feelings goes out to your family and close friends. You are truly an American Hero. May God be kind to you.
What a wonderful story of a great man. God Bless him and his family. May his legacy live forever in the hearts of us all, and now may he rest in peace in heavan. JG, Gulfport, Ms.
Dr. Brown was one of the warriors who protected his country. He is an American hero. These people are the ones our children should be looking up to as heros. The golden path has reached down for him. I salute you doctor. RIP..God bless you and your family..
To the love ones of Albert "Doc" Brown. He was definitely one of the heroes. May he rest in peace.
What a courageous gentleman! Thank you for your Service, Dr Brown, rest in peace!!!! We MUST never forget the sacrifices of our Veterans!!!!
Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends!!
God Bless you Albert and may God himself greet you in heaven!
How wonderfully inspiring. If positive power could be bottled perhaps we could pour it out on all. God bless you for your service and spirit.
At ease, soldier. God bless.
A true american war hero that endured so much but his spirit endured. may God bless you and admit you into his heavenly kingdom and may your family gain strength from that knowledge.
God bless him now in his realm!
Doc Brown is what real men are made of - courage, perserverance and an unfailing will to live in the face of adversity. Thank you, Doc, for your tremendous service to this country. I am sure your next tour of duty is to guard the gates of heaven. May your family be comforted in knowing that you left a very important legacy - one of utmost bravery.
This Marine veteran salutes you.
I will remember Doc's name forever and I will shake his hand and thank him for his strenth to endure such horrible treatment. I look foward to this meeting. Thank's Doc!
I salute Dr. Brown for his herosim during such a difficult time , he is a true hero . Dr. Brown must have been a BORN AGAIN christain . I shall look for his book . May his soul rest in Heaven . Thank you Dr. Brown
What a wonderful life story - an inspiration. My condolences to the family. You have been enriched by "Doc" Brown and I envy you.
It is with deep sorrow that the country has lost one of its heroes from another era. Doctor Brown was a true inspiration to all who read and become informed of his life. I knew one of the survivors of the Death March, they were a breed of people set apart from the rest of us.
May you rest in peace, Doc Brown. You have endured more than any normal person could have here on earth. You can enjoy your march through Heaven. I am sure Jesus was waiting to welcome you.
Thank you and all your comrades for helping to keep our country safe.
M. K., Tennessee
God bless him! He will be greeted with joy in Heaven. Truly a life worth living and emulating.
Thank-you Doc for your service.My Dad was captured at The Battle Of The Bulge...True Heroes who were "The Greatest Generation"..
Thank you for your service. May God give you rest, and may He give your family peace in their memories of you.
With deepest sympathy,
What an amazing story of a man who was a real live hero. That generation is truly the greatest.A. Soenen Cleveland SC
another great war hero gone thank you for service [ SIR ]
another great war hero gone thank you for service [ SIR ]
I thank you Albert Brown for your service
to our Great Nation. Rest in Peace sir
Mr. Brown truly is what America stands for and is a real Hero............
My dad is 91 and survived two attacks on the USS Bunker Hill in the South Pacific, but never the horrors of this great soldier. Thank you God for heroes like this. Long live this wonderful country, that they and the men today give their hearts and lives for....God Bless you...Sally K. Florence, SC
My condolences to the family of "Doc" Brown. I never met him but he is truly an American hero.
Roger, in Kentucky
May God embrace Albert and give him everlasting life. God bless him and all the brave men who fought for our country.
What a wonderful Christian man! Thank You DOC BROWN from a man who was not even a thought when you walked thru hell on earth for me. I understand that freedom is extremly expensive and is only bought with the blood of men willing to give the last full measure of devotion! Thank you again for what you did and for passing down what happened in your life. Your Name will never parrish as I will tell my children of you and your friends went thru. I know that of all men you are walking the Streets of Glory as you walked the streets of hell here on earth during WWII. So sleep sound we'll stand your watch . God Bless You Officer B. R. Tull
Thank you for your serive. A true hero if there ever was one..
I want to say Thank You for your service.
REST IN PEACE!!!!
YOU EARNED IT!!!
Thank you for your service to our country! America can be proud of servicemen & women such as yourself. Thank you.
What an incredible man and story. My hat's off to him. best wishes to his family.
I salute "Doc' Brown for his desire to live, even tho he went thru experiences that most of us would rather die than do so. I am glad that a book has been made of his notes and experiences. I hope his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren will all read it. I hope all of his descendants will be as honorable as he.
Your good man now you can rest in piece
May you rest in Peace my faithful servant from a job well done.
What a heroic inspiration. I pray he is in God's hands.
I did not know Doctor Brown. Just a note to say God Bless him and God Bless his family for his sacifice to keep us all free and safe. I
remember our neighbor waiting for her son to come home from the
Philippines. He Captain McClure died in the Battaan Death March.
She never acceped that news from President Roosevelt.
As today..we owe so much to Serviceman and women who give of themselves..all they have! Thanks GI....Carry On!
This is an example of true greatness!
God bless you Sir for your service and may the Good Lord hold you in his loving arms john r morris
What a wonderful man and story of his life, which was remarkable in his challenges, the fact that he survived and brought his example to us now in 2011 and lived to be 105 to have it shared with those of us who were born right after the war. My family wants to thank his family for letting us have this day to learn about him and never let him be forgotten in our eyes.
DOC I HOPE THEY MAKE A MOVIE OF YOUR LIFE CAUSE YOU SERVED YOUR COUNTRY IN HARD TIMES OF THE BIG WAR . MAY GOD GIVE YOU COMFORT IN HEAVEN . VIATNAIM VET
Thank you for your service to our country. I salute you. My brothers were in WWII.
Albert Brown was made of the right stufff, say Hi to our Louisana land- lord MSGT Burl Eldred Rankin, he too was a Bataan death march survivor.
To the the family of Albert Brown - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
The stuff Heros are made of.
rest in peace, my comrade in arms. thank you for your service.from an old sgt of the army.
What a truly inspiring story of the courage & determination of the human spirit!! May his legacy live on & continue to help others. May he finally rest in peace. God knows that he deserves it.
An amazing story about an amazing man. Rest in peace. A true American hero.
Ron O'Berry Jr.
I did not know you, sir, but may I say that your strength and courage are qualities found in a true hero. Thank you for your service to our great nation. May God's open arms surround you and your family with love.
Enjoy heaven Doc. You've done your time in hell.
What A story! and a life well lived. I know that you mourn the lost of your love one but he leaves behind a great legacy and many shared memories. May God bless you.
Thank you Doc for service to your country!
May he rest in the arms of God. He's already visited hell and returned. To him and all our service men and women, thank you for all your sacrifices.