William C. Brown

Sacramento, California


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William C. "Charlie Brown" Brown, 64, a U.S. Army veteran who worked for 40 years at Pacific Bell, ending his career as an installer in 1994, entered into rest with his best friend, Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, on Saturday, October 21, 2000, following a long battle with prostate cancer. Memorial services are scheduled for Saturday, October 28, 2000, 10:30 a.m., at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 8701 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove, California. Inurnment will be private at Cherokee Memorial Park, Lodi, California. Donations may be made in his name to Kaiser Hospice, 2025 Morse Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825. Arrangements entrusted to Cherokee Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Lodi.

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I am sorry for the lost of your dear love one. May the God of peace and comfort be with the family at this most difficult time. 2 Corinthains 1:3,4.

Merry Christmas Dad

Again I just wanted you to know that all of us are thinking about you daily. I always new I would miss you, but to tell you the truth, I miss you so much it hurts. Norm and the girls feel the same way. We will make it through Christmas, but we will never have another christmas like the ones we use to have.

I'll Love you forever and I do know that your always with us and watching over us. I Love you Daddy your little...


We made it through the day, but it was not the same this year. I know that Christmas will be the hardest, but I do know you will be with us in spirit.

I love you and miss you so very, very much and you know that already. The girls miss you and talk about you on a daily basis, Norm misses you also. Sweet dreams and may god bless you always. Mom is ok, she has good and bad days, but Were there for her. She misses you...

Carol Lewis A/R Gone Fishin Marine

To Kara and Family. It's very difficult losing a dad and we know all too well. Bill was a great father to you and Norm and a wonderful Poppy to Ashley and Amanda. We love you and are here to help you through this. We know the pain and we can help you. Love Us.

We'll remember you, Bill, everytime we pass your house on Grovetree Way. We loved having you stop us and tell us jokes and talk politics. Thanks again for being the best neighbor we've ever had.

Bill has touched our lives in so many ways. We will miss him tremendously. Please know that our daily thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

With Deepest Sympathy,

Asako & Nancy Nakahara


We will always remember your kindness, your friendly smile and how you gave so much of your time and knowledge to help your neighbors, friends and our family.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

The Mike Otani family

I will miss my crazy counsin. He brought many smiles and laughter to me.