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Samuel Brown Obituary
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March 10, 2014
So long Sam. We'll miss you down here.
March 10, 2014
My sympathy goes out to the Brown family in this time of sorrow. May the "hearer of prayer" comfort you. Psalms 65:2.
Sincerely,
Carrie Baker
March 10, 2014
Sam Was an amazing guy. He came to work for STI in 1988 having just retired from Allen Wood Steel, and was still working here until he fell and broke his arm a few weeks ago. He was loved by everyone who worked with him. You could count on Sam to show up for work - rain or shine. He really cared about the company always asking how we were doing. He was so considerate and friendly to everyone at work. It was an honor to know and work with him.
I remember once, we talked about his service in World War II and how he landed in Normandy on D-Day +31. In order to get extra combat pay you needed to have landed by D-Day +30 so Sam missed the extra pay by one day. And so, another member of the "Greatest Generation" passes on. He will be missed.
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