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Vivian Brown

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I remember chatting with both twins when I was alone in the city. They made me feel so welcome in the city, prayers for you and the city. Thank you for all you did for the lost child.

Please be assured that the God of all comfort is with your family and will help you to endure the loss of your loved one {Romans 15:5}

so sorry for your loss. i grew up in kalamazoo and also recall seeing you both walking on the mall in kalamazoo. often wondered what happened, and i am in san francisco visiting and just saw this. prayers to you.

Sincere condolences to the family and friends of Vivian Brown, Psalms 72:12 For he will deliver the poor one crying for help ...."

Aloha Marian, It has been many years since I have been back to visit San Francisco. I have many fond memories of seeing both of you during the 1970s especially near Macys. Sincere condolences to you. With deepest Aloha, Linda

Dear Marian,
It was always a joy to see the "inseparable Brown Twins" strolling the streets of San Francisco. Sightings were frequent and everywhere from the Coffee Shop at the Fairmont Hotel on Sundays, Sherman Clay on Powell Street on Saturdays, I Magnin where you were trying on Easter Hats and drawing quite a crowd, the Financial District when you were both working in that area, the Nob Hill area, Union Square (Especially Uncle Vito's) and many more places in your beloved...

My heart is broken for you both; as an identical twin myself, i could not imagine losing my beautiful twin! Marion, we think of you with love and are praying for Vivian.

I remember seeing you both at Tadich's Restaurant in the mid 90's. Thank you for your presence in the world.

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