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Glenn Arlyn Brown

Rosenberg, Texas

Jul 12, 1939 - Mar 23, 2013

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Glynis,
So glad your Dad and Mom were my friends. They will always be with
me in so many good memories.
Keep God first. Your are his child and He cares for you. Bring
all your hopes, longings, sorrows and cares and lay them at His
feet. He will sustain you, no matter the situation. Don't trust in
your strength, trust His. There is no end to His goodness! He
will give you the strength you need. God will console your
heart. He ...

Glynis, Glenn hired ke at the old Lyons plant when it was called Champlin Petroleum. Glenn taught me every thing that I ever learned about gas processing. When I lost a son in a car wreck fe was there for me. He is a person that I will never forget and I thank the good lord for his friendship. Our prayers are with you. I wish I could be there for the funeral but I will not be able to. God bless you and your family.
Brian and Lanelle Prescott

So glad you are my brother in Christ and will meet and know you better again some day. May God's peace rest on you sweet Glynis.

Glynis, I worked with Glenn for several years at Champlin in Bryan. I liked him and learned much from him. He was a good man and you were the apple of his eye. He spoke of you all the time. I'm sorry to hear of his passing. May God give you comfort during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jim and Donna Pierce

Dear Glynis I am so thankful for Glenn and Evonn because their love gave us such a loving,warm,tender,sweet and precious friend. They will live in our hearts for ever in your tender smile and your bright eyes.They have not gonne they remain for us in you. May God who whanted them by His side, fill you with His company all day and every day surrounding you with His Endless Love. He will always give you what you need, God never leave us alone,you have us to pray for you and you have Him to wach...

Great couples are hard to keep separted. They are enjoying the rest of their lives together, in eternity! God bless You and your husband, and may you have God's peace. We send You Love.



Great couples,are hard to seperate. They are happy now to be together again. Glynis, you and your husband are in our prayers. God bless you,and keep the faith. Sandra Jo, sends her LOVE.

Lois Howard Is thinking of you and know God is with you! Take care as you know your parents would want you to!

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Glenn Arlyn Brown of Rosenberg, Texas was born on July 12, 1939 in Lufkin, Texas and died March 23, 2013, after a brief battle with lung cancer. Glenn grew up in Conroe, Texas and graduated from Conroe High School in 1957. He married Evon Cook on June 6, 1959. He was drafted in 1963 and served...

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