Kansas City, Missouri

Jun 6, 1922 – Oct 15, 2013 (Age 91)


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Bill Brown (a/k/a William C. Brown) finally stopped bugging everybody on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Right to the end, at age 91, he would do things like pushing fist bumps at perfect strangers, playing boogie woogie and other foot- tapping piano right in front of innocent people, and racing to...

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Wow what a crack up obituary. He would have no doubt loved it . He sounds like a man with a great sense of humor. I hope the msgs of condolences have helped your family through the hard times. Its always so hard when losing a loved one. Especially when they have that bigger than life personality and the sense of humor to match. It shows however that his humor has definitely been passed down through the generations. Like an heirloom keep his memory alive by continuing to pass it along. You are...

Rest in Peace Mr. Brown. I wish I had known you.

How nice to read about someone so loved by many. John 5:28

He was a great man & a talented musician!
Marian Morton

I did not have the pleasure of knowing your father and wish it not to seem disrespectful that I post here. Over the years, my dear friend and I have always shared obits that inspire or touch us. Your fathers made us laugh, made us realize what a loving family he has and how very special a person he was. We were touched and I would love to have known him.

Reading this put a smile on my face.... not something you expect with an obit but this guy sounds like one in a million!
Love and light to the family and friends who were graced with this amazing soul in their lives.

This really makes me wish I could have known him and his family, who obviously got his sense of humor and family.

Chris Rice

What an amazing man who brought humor and love to all who entered his wonderful life.

Bill will forever be in our hearts~April and Bailey