Christopher Earl Brown

Nicholasville, Kentucky, Vermont

Oct 21, 1960 – Dec 12, 2017 (Age 57)


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Christopher Earl BrownNicholasville, Kentucky - Christopher Earl Brown, 57 of Nicholasville, Kentucky and a longtime resident of Burlington, VT passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on December 12, 2017 after a courageous battle with ALS.Chris was born in Hartford, CT. to Carol...

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Sorry to about Chris passing i worked with chris at burlington electric dept,RIP CHRIS.

Knew Chris for over 30+ years. He sang Black Sabbath songs with our jam band (Ozzy never had a bigger fan than Chris !!) . Met him when we were in our early 20's....and he was a friend since then. We played music together, went to school together,partied together, and disagreed on politics but remained civil, like adults are supposed to do! Met my wife of @25 years at his house party !!
Always one to give his last nickle to someone who needed it. One of god's good ones...always with an...

From Cathedral Grammar School, Edmunds Jr High, to Burlington High; I knew Chris most of my life.

Chris had a heart and soul as good as it gets.

God holds a special place in Heaven for you.

Deepest condolences to George, your wife, children and loved one's.

I remember Chris from his time in the Vermont Guard & am sorry to read of his passing. I saw his smile & recognized him right away. He was always friendly and willing to help no matter what. God Bless him. My Deepest Condolences to his family and friends.

Sorry to hear the sad news about Chris! I knew him growing up in the north end. My thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family. You will be missed.

Our thoughts & prayers going out to George & Cindy and the rest of the Brown Family during this difficult time. May you find comfort in the memories you all have made.

JoJo, i know how hard it was to have him go but we know he is not suffering now and he is with family and friends he is probably raising the roof with Deb, if you need me i am here for you. Chris thank you for the time i did know you rest in peace brother

RIP My Friend!!!
I had the pleasure of knowing you from our early childhood days from school and scouts. I'm glad I had a chance to see you when I ran into at the hospital. You are in a better place now and will be missed by many. My condolences go out to you and you family!!!

My condolences to Chris's family. I knew Chris from his days at Burlington Electric.