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PAUL BROWN Obituary
BROWN, Paul 59, of Malden, died Saturday, November 23, at the Cambridge City Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born in Memphis Tennessee, he was the son of Cleo Starks and Callie Brown. Raised and educated in Memphis, he was a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School, class of 1972. Upon graduation, Mr. Brown enlisted into the U.S. Navy. A Vietnam Veteran, Mr. Brown proudly served for three years and was Honorably Discharged in 1975. he then continued his education at the R.E.T.S. Electronics School in Brighton. Mr. Brown was employed as an Electronic Technician for the Raytheon Corporation for over thirty years. He was a member and served as an elected official of the I.B.E.W. Paul was an exceptional athlete and played high school football. He was passionate about his music and enjoyed listening to a wide variety of artists. His other passion was cooking, and felt right at home in the kitchen. He leaves his beloved wife of thirty-eight years, Shirley A. (Lowenstein) Brown, a son, Paul J. Brown, both of Malden, a daughter, Jonina Brown, of Haverhill, two brothers, Calvin Brown, and Howard Taylor, both of California, two sisters, Carolyn Williams, of Memphis, TN, and Arnette Brown-Munoz, of California, aunt,Vernice Evans, and cousin Sandra Evans, both of Memphis, TN, and nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his aunt and uncle who raised him as their son, Ephram and Tessie Brown. Friends and family are respectfully invited to call on Tuesday from 4 until 7 PM at the Kevin B. Comeau Funeral Home, 486 Main St. (Rte 125) HAVERHILL. Funeral services will follow the visitation at 7PM in the funeral home. Burial with Military Honors will be held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Massachusetts Veterans National Cemetery at Bourne. Please visit Comeau Funeral Home on Facebook, or www.comeaufuneral.com
Published in The Boston Globe on Dec. 1, 2013
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