Brown Mortuary Service

812 Westlake Ave, Morton, WA


Larry Wayne Brown

May 25, 1941September 11, 2020

Larry W. Brown was a member of the First Church Of God with Pastor Bill Shepherd.

Larry lived a full life traveling the world as he worked from Washington, Alaska, and in 1974 he worked for Brown & Root in Iran, Bahrain, St Croc, the Virgin Islands. Then Larry moved back to Morton, Wa in 1980 where his parents Wayne H. & Evelyn A. Brown lived and opened his own business Hard Times Concerns.

Larry had a business supplying numerous local businesses with Movie Rentals & Video Games. A vendor with a tractor-trailer was full of Video games for the Loggers Jubilee for everyone to enjoy. Larry had worked for LPS as Shop Foreman in Packwood.

Larry went to a college in Oregon then on to Bates college majoring in Diesel Mechanic/Heavy Equipment. Larry was a member of the Eagles lodge Centralia, Elks lodge in Juneau, Alaska. Then Larry decided he wanted to live out the rest of his remaining years with his children in Tennessee.

Larry is proceeded in death by his Father Wayne H. Brown, his Mother Evelyn A. (Grandorff) Brown. Larry is survived by his Brother Harry Brown(Cathy), Children: Brian Brown (Lavonda), Brant Brown,(Scarlet), Shelley Lynn Marshall (Steve), Special Niece Loralee (Brown)Past. Grandchildren: Amber Marshall Tarleton (Clay), Stevey Marshall, Jessica Brown (Dustin Campbell), Michael Brown (Layla), Branson Brown(Rachel), Christopher Jenkins(Corey), Landen Sapp. Nephews: Raymond Brown, Daniel Brown. Nieces: Tamara (Brown) Anderson. Great Grandchildren: Luna-Ray Brown, Tres Tarleton, McKinley & Carter Jenkins. Coming soon with 3 Buns in the Oven!

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 11:00 am at Brown Mortuary. Interment will follow at Claquato Cemetery.


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Larry Wayne Brown

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Shelley Lynn Marshall

September 15, 2020

Dad, I know you are in a better place. Free from all the pain that you have lived with. Knowing, and not knowing what tomorrow would bring. I feel so honored that we honored your wishes to remain home with your family to care for you. I am praying the Good Lord above has you cradled in his hands while setting you free among the angels in heaven! We Love you Dad!


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