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July 22, 2018

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January 13, 2017
Lee and I were privileged to know Bob (and his family) for the past 42 years, as a neighbor and friend.
Bob and I held a 4-H entomology club for 8 years. We had approached Bob to help our younger son (now and entomologist), and he said "let's start a 4-H club". He loved working with the kids, and we had many State Champion Displays from our club.
As Bob was also a beekeeper, our son became interested in bees, and got a swarm from Bob. Lee took over that hobby, and for the next twenty-some years, Lee and Bob collected swarms, worked the bees and shared the honey. With your extended family we grieve for the lost of this vibrant person from our lives, but also share in wonderful memories.
"Young Lady" and "Young Man"
January 12, 2017
It was a privilege to work with Bob for many years at the Oregon Department of Agriculture. He was passionate about protecting the agricultural industry and our natural resources from invasive noxious weeds. Much of his work was in the biological control of tansy ragwort, a poisonous weed of cattle and horses. Bob was a mentor to me and many others in which he instilled important values.

Thoughts and prayers to the Brown family.
January 11, 2017
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Brown Family. Bob was a good man, he was kind and cared about people. He enjoyed educating the young. I will surely miss him.
January 11, 2017
A man who always had a warm smile for everyone, will now be smiling down upon all of us. You are missed already,Bob.