Alexander Brown

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Alexander Brown

November 29, 1942 - March 07, 2019

Alexander Brown Alexander Brown of Newfane, NY, husband of Marsha A. Johnson Brown, entered into rest Thursday, March 7, 2019 in Millard Fillmore Hospital. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, November 29, 1942, the son of the late James R. and Christina D. Crombie Brown.
He was USAF serving his country from 8/15/1961-7/1/1995, retiring as Chief Master Sergeant. He had six different assignments during his years of service: Salina, KS, Netherlands, Presque Isle, ME, Thailand, Rome, NY and Niagara Falls, NY. Alex was a 50-year member of Charlotteville Lodge #73, four years past master, DAS award recipient, 48-year member of Newfane Chapter #743, OES, 23 years of Worthy Patron, Past District Grand Lecturer in 1979. Life member of Hartland Conservation Club and Life member of the NRA.
Father of Alexander (Elizabeth Ann) Brown, Jr. of Newfane and Douglas A. (JoAnn) Brown of Lockport. Grandfather of Mara L. (Marques Johnson) Brown, Aaron R. (Erin Brady) Brown, Richard R. (Kayleigh Tuttle) Brown. Great- grandfather of Jaelynn K. Roberts and Jaida B. Roberts. Brother of James R. Brown, Jr. of Newfane and the late Jane L.B. Wales. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.
No prior visitation. Private graveside services will be held at the convenience of family in Corwin Cemetery.
Please visit rutland-corwin.com to send a condolence to the family.
Published on March 8, 2019
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4 posts

Pam Gawne
Mar 09, 2019
Oh Pa..one of the nicest man i had the privlage to know. You were such a family man who along with Marsha raised awesome sons. I cant even imagine the lives you helped mold or change through your commitment to the military. May you rest in peace now. You will be missed.
Fred Rycombel
Mar 09, 2019
What a great guy! Wish he had a military Ceremony; Would have liked to have been there!
Robert Ouellette
Mar 09, 2019
Al,
Throughout my life I have a handful of people that have made lasting impressions by sharing with me wisdom, kindness, and understanding without judgement. Your words echoe in my mind from time to time in daily life reminding me. Thank you . You definitely made this world a better place, and helped me become a better man.
Don Tuttle. Wendy
Mar 09, 2019
We are very sorry to hear of your loss