Dale Brown Obituary, Death – Dale Brown departed town on January 13, at an extremely early hour in the morning, which was a Friday. He was never seen again. Kelly is keeping his fingers crossed that the rest of his family will be able to come to some kind of conclusion so that they can hold a memorial ceremony in some form. Kelly would like for them to be able to honor his father in some way. Kelly has a deep desire that his family be able to pay tribute to his grandfather in some form or another. It is very important to both Kelly and I that we are able to recognize the connections and long-lasting friendships that Dale had developed over the course of his time spent with the Old School – Larger than Life organization, of which he was undeniably a member.
It is also very important for us to be able to recognize the connections and long-lasting friendships that Dale had developed over the course of his time spent with the organization. It is also very essential for us to be able to honor the relationships and long-lasting friendships that Dale had formed over the course of his time spent with the organization. This is something that, in our opinion, needs to be taken care of as quickly as humanly possible. Before he passed away, his grandchildren Tyler and Ashton, as well as his grandparents Harvey Brown and Lillie Weaver Brown, all left the family home. He was the only member of his family to have lived to adulthood. His grandparents had been his parents.
His children are going to be the only ones who remember him after everyone else has forgotten him. He is survived by his wife Betty Sizemore Brown, his children Tisha Brown of Louisville, Markitta Brown of London, Rodger Dale Brown II of London, James Harvey Brown of London, Bobbie Lyne Ormandy of Lenoir City, Tennessee, Mark McKinley Ellison of Charlottesville, Virginia, and Shon Delayne Morgan of Hamilton, Ohio, and by his siblings Wendell Brown of London, Elvis Brown of London, Carl Brown of London, and Jenny Mullins of London.