MELVILLE-BROWN-Obituary

MELVILLE CARROLL BROWN

Atlanta, Georgia

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BROWN, MELVILLE CARROLL, B-24 Bombadier, age 92, of Key Biscayne, FL and Maple Grove MN, passed away on June 10 2010. Preceded in death by his wife Jean Brown. Survived by his daughters Catherine Brown (Frank) Crescioni of Champlin, MN, Valerie Brown of San Antonio, TX and Victoria (Ray) Fields...

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Sorry to hear the news. Condolences and simpathy. He will be missed.

WOODBRIDGE
Farmberry Court
Howard & Arlette Brandli

Dear Cathy,
So Sorry to hear of your Father's death. he certainly had a wonderful life.
Love and sympathy to you family,
Sincerely,
Fran Fitzpatrick

Mel was fun to work with--business could always be supplemented with golf and an adult beverage or two. Charlie Borror and I spent many delightful and profitable hours with an unforgettable inidividual.

With appreciation of his 3 loving daughters,

Maurice Picheloup

It was so sad to read the obituary of "Uncle" Mel. We became acquainted due to my long term friendship with Helen & Bob Miller at their home in Big Canoe. Mel and I rejoiced in our several conversations about life in the US Army Air Corps. Mel's life and adventures would make an interesting book.

I am happy to say I knew your Dad when he returned to the states in 1986. He opened a small executive suite office in the Dunwoody area and I also rented an office at that location. We became fast friends even with a big age difference. We had many golf games together and a few adult beverages. When I turned 40 he helped keep me at a golf course until the surprise party was ready for my arrival. He was the life of the party.

I know this is a sad moment but I have a smile on my...

Having known and been friends with Mel and Jean since 1952, I feel as if I have lost an irreplaceable part of my life. I will always remember his stories, smiling face and the good times our group had when we lived in Cuba. It will always be a satisfaction to me that we were able to see Mel and Jean several times once we all returned to the "Mother Land."

So sorry to hear you loss your dear love one in death. We know losing a love one can be overwhelming. May our prayers and thoughts of kindness,be of some comfort to all of you. - Psalm 55:22