Ronald Oren Brown

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On December 16, 2016 at the age of 91, Ronald Oren Brown of Conroe, Texas went to be with the Lord. Joining his beloved wife of 69 years, Betty Lou Brown and eldest daughter Sherry Jacox, son in law Harry Jacox and grandson Mark Jacox.

Ronald Oren Brown was born in Oxford Nebraska to Oren and Hattie Brown on April 22, 1925.

Ronald, known to most as "Ron" is survived by his children; Georgia (Brown), Ron ,Juan, James (Jim) and wife Linda Brown. Grandchildren; Tina Wilson, Dominique Brown, Kathleen Teston, Ryan Brown, Janna Brown, Ronnie and William Brown. Great Grandchildren; Nathan Wilson, Elijah and A.J. Teston and his furry children, 2 cats, Bits and Mueser.

Ron was first and foremost a servant of the Lord. He attended church at LivingWay United Methodist Church in Conroe, Texas.

A World War II Veteran of the United States Navy touring the Asiatic Pacific aboard the USS Escambia. He was a practical Electrical Engineer by trade, a very intelligent man creating a transfer switch while employed by Zenith Controls in Chicago, Illinois. During his retirement you could always find him in his shop working on various projects. The people at the local Grainger Supply knew Ron by name. Ron was involved in politics, and an active member of the Tea Party. He was an avid writer, having written several articles for the Conroe Courier. Ron was passionate about education and bringing prayer and God back into our school systems and wrote many articles on the subject. Ron loved his family and his cats beyond measure. He enjoyed great conversation and had many opinions, but never judged a single person. In his earlier years he liked canoeing and hunting by bow and arrow. He loved home cooked meals, nature, and reading (especially his paper, you know the one) "The Conroe Courier". He appreciated Old Time Gospel music ,especially The Gaithers, and making it home in time for The Lawrence Welk Show.

Ron will be laid to rest at Houston National Cemetery, alongside his wife Betty on December 30, 2016 with a Memorial Service to follow at Livingway United Methodist Church in Conroe, Texas.

Published on from Dec. 29, 2016 to Jan. 11, 2017
Arrangements under the direction of:
Calvary Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery
21723 Aldine-Westfield Road | Humble, TX 77338 | (281) 443-3340
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