Lloyd-Brown-Obituary

Lloyd Brown

Obituary

CHARLOTTE HALL, Md. (AP) — Lloyd Brown, the last known surviving World War I Navy veteran, has died. He was 105. Brown died Thursday at the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home in St. Mary’s County, according to family and the U.S. Naval District in Washington. His death came only days after the March...

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May God be craddling you in His tender arms sir.

Thank you, sir, for your service and sacrifice. You will never be forgotten.

I didn't know Lloyd Brown, but am grateful to him for his service to our country. He had a long, and hopefully good, life. May he rest in peace. Deepest condolences to his family.

Thank you Mr. Brown and countless others who served our country to keep us free. May God bless you and your family. I know there is a special place in Heaven for men like you.

Tho he may be gone, his brave service to keep our country free will forever be remembered. Please accepted our deepest sympathy on his passing.

Sailor, Rest Your Oar...

To the Brown Family,
I could only imagine sitting around listening to all the stories that your loved one had experienced in his 105 years. It would have been a blessing to hear them over and over again. GOD has truely been good to Lloyd for allowing him to live such a long blessed life. May your family find GOD's peace, strength, love and comfort in knowing that he now rests with his loved ones that have gone on before him. Thanks for a service well served. God Bless!

God Bless you and your family. Thank you for your service to this great country.

We know first hand there are no words of comfort at this time. We lost our only son 9-3-2004 at the age of 19 and it fells like yesterday.

Once a Marine, Always a Marine!
Yesterday, Today, Forever – Semper Fi - Marines!

Proud Marine Parents of an American Hero
LCpl. Nicholas S. Perez – KIA 9~3~04 – Al Anbar Province, Iraq

God Bless you Sir. And thanks for your brave and loyal service to our nation.