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November 25, 2013
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November 24, 2013
I went to Dr. Brown for many years for my FAA physical. It was always a pleasure to see him. We discussed many things, flying and otherwise. We all have to depart this earth sometime, but it's always a shock when it happens to someone you know and respect so much.
July 24, 2013
Dr. Brown was my favorite doctor. I will always feel fortunate for having known him. I offer my condolences to his wife and family. I miss him very much. He is irreplaceable! Thank you, Dr. Brown, for being such a wonderful doctor! I feel like I speak for most of your patients when I say that visiting your practice was a pleasure. I don't expect to ever find another doctor like you and I feel lucky to have known you.
July 02, 2013
Mrs. Brown,
It is with great saddness that I belatedly offer you my condolences over the passing of your husband Robert. For many years I enjoyed the privilege of meeting with him every other year for my flight physical as my Airmen's Medical Certificate neared expiration. Every time I looked forward to my visit with Dr. Brown as we would discuss all things flying as well as all things medical. Sadly, I will miss that event this month and forever more as Dr. Brown has now permanently flown up into the clouds above never to return to this earth. Having spoken with him many times of his love of flight, I'm certain that he is deservedly enjoying his place in Heaven, looking benevolently down upon us all continuing to keep us safe when we take to flight!
April 16, 2013
Dr. Brown was a pilot's AME. Visits to his office were casual and great conversation. I actually welcomed the expiration of my medical for the opportunity to spend a half an hour or so talking with Dr. Brown.

In today's world, losing someone of Dr. Brown's character hurts more than ever.

Mrs. Brown, I offer my deepest and most sincere condolences for your loss. Dr. Brown is surely at God's side, making sure angels are fit to fly and watch over us.
February 09, 2013
My deepest condolences Mrs. Brown, from the Maziarz family of the St. George, Utah area.

As a Bay Area United Airlines pilot, I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Brown in 2007. We immediately hit it off together, since we both were born in Michigan, and I had lived in Battle Creek for a number of years, all while flying for the Michigan Air National Guard. We also had delightful conversations concerning both of our common admirations for Big Band music. I recall that the song Skylark was one of his favorite songs.

Dr. Brown was without exception, one of the kindest and most delightful people that I have ever met. My life was a better life from the act of having met this outstanding human individual. Dr. Brown will be sorely missed.

Again Mrs. Brown, my sincerest condolence for your loss of such a fine man and an over all wonderful human being.
January 25, 2013
Dear Vera,

My deepest condolences to you and your family. I shall keep you in my prayers throughout this difficult period. Dr. Brown took great care of my grandparent's health throughout their lives, allowing them to live a long and healthy life. He shall remain in our thoughts and hearts always.

-Cindy
January 24, 2013
The deepest sympathy and condolences from the Tahija family in Indonesia for Vera Brown
Dr. Brown you have done so much for us and we never ever will forget that.
You helped our parents and introduced us to a wonderful physician to look after my son Kris.
Dear Vera, our deepest condolences and prayers to you. We will do anything at all to help if you need us. We will always love and remember you
January 22, 2013
God is near to those broken at heart and may He bless you with His loving kindness in your hour of need stan
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