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Ronald Brown

Ronald Brown

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Ronald T. Brown, 64, QM3-US Navy-Vietnam War Veteran of Pinellas Pak, FL passed away at his residence on July 13, 2007 of natural causes. A native of Detroit, MI and a local resident since 1983, when he moved here from Pentwater, MI; he was a bridge builder; a catholic and a US Navy Veteran serving during the Vietnam War aboard the USS Plymouth Rock LDS 29 and earning the Good Conduct Medal. He is survived by his wife Marlene Brown of Pinellas Park, FL; a son Russell Brown of Detroit, MI; Step sons: Jerry Osberg and his wife Diane of Seminole, FL and Thomas Austin and his wife, Cristina of St. Petersburg, FL; a daughter, Anissa Brown of Detroit, MII and a step daughter, Donna Schoelles of West Seneca, NY; a brother, Russell Brown of Florida and two sisters, Roberta Allinger of Banner Elk, NC and Rhea Brown; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services are 1:30 PM, Friday Afternoon, July 20, 2007 at the Bay Pines VA National Cemetery, 10000 Bay Pines Blvd., Bay Pines, FL 33744 with VFW Post 9272 officiating.

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  • Marlene Brown says:

    You were a wonderful husband and my best friend who would do anything in the world for me. I love you and miss you. It will not be the same without you! You will be in my thoughts and prayers forever.
    I will Love you forever,
    your loving wife, Marlene

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  • Mary-Ellen says:

    I thought you were a fun-loving man who had a wonderful marriage with my sister-law, Marlene. We will miss you!
    God BlessYou Ron!

  • Bob says:

    Ron you were a fun brother-in-law enjoyed meeting you. You were a great husband to my sister.

  • Thomas Gray says:

    To Ron, I had the oppurtunity to meet you for our re-union. I wish we lived closer and had the oppurtunity to really get to know you, but during that time you seemed like a fun, sincere, and a nice uncle. My prayers are with you,

  • Kellie Gray says:

    You were a fun and sweet Uncle.
    I’m glad that I got a chance to
    meet you and God Bless..
    You’re always in my heart
    and prayers.

  • Jerry & Diane Osberg says:

    Mom, We are truly sorry about the loss of your loved one. We know he was your husband, your man, your everything and our friend. Ron, It was an honor to have met you. You were everything to my mom and definetly a damn good fighter. We hope to be as strong as you in times of need. You are being missed within our hearts. Love and peace forever…..Jerry, Diane, Crystal, Nicole and Jennifer.

  • Austin Family says:

    We pray that you and those whose path you crossed will know the PEACE that surpasses all understanding.

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