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Richard Kenneth "Dick" BROWN Sr.



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Richard "Dick" Kenneth Brown Sr., 83, of Hamilton, Ohio, passed away at home on Monday, November 12, 2012. He was born in Hamilton, Ohio on November 12, 1929; attended Hamilton High School. Retiring in August of 1982, Dick a US Army Veteran was a 32-year employee of Fisher Body, later General Motors (GM) He was half of a two-man team responsible for the installation and operations of the first data processing computer system for the Norwood, Ohio plant. In later years, Dick would accept GM positions of increasing responsibility to include Supervisor of Salary Payroll. Richard was preceded in death by his parents Mr. Logan Brown and Mrs. Ruth Jacobs and stepparents, Mr. Mark Jacobs, and Mrs. Helen Brown. His wife of fifty (50) years, Myoma Ann Brown, Brother, Robert Lee Brown. He is survived by his wife Jacqueline "Jackie" Mills Brown. Children; Diana (Steve) Phillips, Sherry Brown, Marica Clifton, Richard K (Karen) Brown Jr, and Robert (Tracy) Brown. Stepchildren; Stephanie (Mike) Minton, Wesley (Rita) Mills, Jeannie (Dave) Weeks, Paula (Doug) Zeek, Keith Mills, and Jacque (Sue) Mills, 23 Grandchildren, and 27 Great Grandchildren. Richard loved cards, computers and technology gadgets of any kind. He was a member of the Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio, Melrose Lodge No. 671, and achieved the level of Master Mason, 32nd degree. Richard was a member, Blue Lodge, Trowel Club, Syrian Shriners, Hejaz Shriners, and Scottish Rite. Additionally, Richard was an active member of the General Motors Retirees social community. Memorial Gathering will be from 2-4pm Thursday, November 15, 2012 at Ivey Funeral Home, 2565 Princeton Road, 45011. Celebration of Life reception immediately following at Gristmill Crossing Clubhouse on Ashton Circle @ Walden Ponds. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati, Inc., P.O. Box 633597, Cincinnati, OH 45263-3597 or . www.ivey-rosehill.com
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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Nov. 14, 2012
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