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December 4, 2014
Dr. Brown was a class act who always went above and beyond for his patients. I was a young disabled former Army helicopter pilot who had been shot down and injured in Vietnam when I went to Dr. Brown to inquire about the prospects of getting back in the air. Dr. Brown worked with me and the FAA to get me flying again. He was with me for the next 45 years of FAA medical exams ... through marriages, kids, school, trials and tribulations. He was more than just my Flight Surgeon; he was my friend and mentor and I could always count on him for wise counsel on just about any subject. There is a special place in heaven for him, I'm sure. I miss him tremendously.
November 20, 2014
I went to Dr. Brown for my first FAA medical five years ago. I've thought about him ever since and was looking forward to seeing him again when it came time to renew. I'm saddened to hear of his passing. I very much enjoyed talking with him about flying and sharing pictures of my C120 and showing him pictures on my phone of the planes he used to fly -- which seemed to tickle him. I offer my deepest condolences. Blue skies and tailwinds, sir.
October 16, 2014
Dr Brown was one of a kind. I started with him in the mid 1980's to do my FAA medical. As most pilots know the last person you ever contact with any kind of medical problem is your FAA doctor. Dr Brown was always the FIRST person I would ever contact about any medical problem. He was compassionate, smart, wise and knew how to navigate the myriad of regulations along with ensuring your health was of the utmost importance. My wife always asked why I would bother to drive two hours each way to see him, until one day I had a small problem. Over the next few weeks Dr. Brown demonstrated why and my wife said with a smile "now I understand....." I always looked forward to my medical with him. My children would even come along to meet "Doc Brown". He will be sorely missed but I know he is flying high in heaven sitting next to our Father. He is still smiling that warm smile that would light up any office anywhere with a huge "Welcome" Rest in peace my friend.
November 25, 2013
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