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Raymond Lewis "Ray" BROWN Obituary
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May 27, 2018

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June 24, 2014
We kept Ray's quick phone messages on our answering machine because it was always so upbeat and cheery....."It's Ray Brown". I always ran to pick up the phone if I was home so I could talk to Ray. I always enjoyed our conversations when Dale wasn't around to take his calls. We really miss him and his wonderful designs that Dale brought to fruition. He was such a sweet man and had so many good stories to tell. May he rest in Peace. He is loved by all who knew him. I regret that we never met he and his wife Ann in person.
With fond regards, Cindy Collander
June 22, 2014
June 22, 2014
I knew Ray Brown as a man of integrity, compassion for his fellow man, and professional with all clients, always with a good word, and an infectious good mood. He has left us with many Buildings and Homes of his unique style of Architectural Design standing from Austin, Texas to Sacramento, California. I was blessed to work with him on projects in and around Austin during his last 4 years. He turned out some of the most special Austin Homes in an Architectural Style I can only describe as the “Ray Brown Style”. He copied no one, and provided his clients with unique structures that will stand the test of time. If you are lucky enough to live or work in one of Ray's buildings, the special designs offer a wonderful use of space with the ever changing light on his enhanced shapes every day year round.
I will miss interacting and working with Ray always, it was a joy as well as a challenge helping create his visions. I will miss working with Ann, his wife too. She and I will finish up some of his projects still in production. He left us too soon, and Ray will be sorely missed. Rest well my friend.