Earl Roscoe Brown

04/19/1932 — 02/28/2014

From Kennewick, WA, US | Born in Hot Springs, AR

Earl Roscoe Brown

Earl Roscoe Brown

Earl R. Brown passed away on February 28, 2014. He was born on April 19, 1932 in Hot Springs, AR. Earl moved to Richland in 1943 with his parents. Earl lettered in boxing and graduated from Columbia High School in 1952. He joined the Navy in 1952 and became active during the Korean War on the heavy cruiser, USS Bremerton.

Earl was a Heavy Equipment Operator and an Iron Worker throughout his work history. He enjoyed watching boxing and car races. Earl even travelled to Arizona five different times for NASCAR.

He was preceded in the death by his sister, Dorothy.

Earl is survived by his sisters, Mary Frances of Yakima, WA and Jean Michels of Grandview, WA. He is also survived by his wife, Loretta; three sons, Robert Earl Brown of Patterson, WA, Paul William Brown of Seattle, WA and Alan Reed Brown of Pasco, WA.; in addition he is survived by his five grandchildren and one great grandson.

At Earl's request there will be no public services.

A private family 21 Gun Salute will be held at Resthaven Cemetery in Richland.

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  • Earl was a colleague who became a friend and I consider him as family! He was my biggest cheerleader when I took the managerial role at AVIS. Over the years I have enjoyed many conversations with Earl and Loretta. Particularly about Laughlin. He knew I loved Laughlin. Earl would never let up on any medical issues he was having, just saying he’s ok and getting through it. Thanks for all your support over the years, even when I was not at AVIS. Erik and I are truly grateful to have known you! A Hui Hou. Aloha, Tina & Erik Walker

    Tina Walker
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • Loretta, I was so sorry to read about Earl. Having been a classmate of his in Richland, I know what a thoughtful, kind person he was. Enjoyed seeing you two at a few of our reunions. He was always considered a good friend.

    My prayers are with you for strength and comfort in these difficult days.

    Doreen Waldkoetter
    November 4, 2014
    Green, Valley, AZ, USA
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