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BROWN CARL W., Jr. Age 89, of Shadyside, on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Beloved son of the late Carl W. and Margaret Little Brown; brother of Patty Hamer (Stephen), Mark Skonetzni, and the late Richard Brown; also survived by nieces, nephews, and cousins. Friends received at McCABE BROS, INC....

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Carl was a very dear friend of mine. I met him when I was just 8 years old and I could always count on Carl to be there for me. I did not know Carl died, because no one told me and this breaks my heart! Everyone that Carl knew had known me as well and I am upset I did not get to go to his funeral or say goodbye to my friend. God be with you Carl Brown and know that I loved you!

So sorry to learn of cousin Carl's passing. He was such a kind and caring gentleman. I will always remember the lovely family reunion he planned when we visited in 1995. I know he will be missed greatly. Thoughts and prayers are with Patty and Mark and all his family and friends. May God comfort you and give you peace. I was trying to reach Carl to let him know of his cousin, my father, Wally Port's passing on Oct 20th. They are reunited in Heaven. Sincere Condolences, Cindi Port Rape P O...

What a fantastic, kind, and interesting man! Carl appreciated the importance of social gatherings and great conversation yet he was so attentive to the church and needs of the vulnerable. I thought he was rare and just great. Blessings. Kim Baudry

May God's loving kindness and comfort help you and your family through this very sad time. Psalms 29:11

Carl will always be remembered as a generous, thoughtful gentleman with a tremendous sense of humor and an aptitude for creating the perfect atmosphere for every occasion.

Everyone could always count on receiving a greeting card on birthday and holiday, and those will surely be missed. I, especially, will miss our too infrequent phone conversations that involved raucous laughter, mostly at ourselves.

Above all, Carl was focused on his Faith, family, and community. ...

So sorry for the family's loss. Death is never easy and it brings great sorrow. May God surround and comfort you at this difficult time. (Psalms 71:21)