Teague Funeral Service

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David Tucker Brown III

November 27, 1950March 25, 2020

David Tucker Brown was born on November 27, 1950 and passed away on March 25, 2020 and is under the care of Teague Funeral Service.

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Jeffrey Ensminger

April 16, 2020

Occasionally, not often but from time to time, we are blessed with the presence of incredibly special people. David Brown was just that and beyond measure my privilege to have as a friend.

Over 55 years which memory do you choose? Pine tag, BB’s Blue Comet, William 2 shirts Wooding, the Beatles, a host of great friends, swimming in the river, the Brown family, the woods, the music, the Club, pool, Alfred, Pard, pro shop, pitty-patty in the club house boiler room, dates at Averett, singing to girls at Stratford flowers in our hair, GW, the Beatles, poetry, the 60’s, the Hobbit and shire, the Beatles, the best stories by BB on her living room floor, Blue ridge mountain tour in the willies jeep, Fiddlers convention, Richmond, the Mosque, the Beatles, Wintergreen, Diana, the store, the Beatles, trading poems, music shared, good and rough times and many tales yet to be told.
David Brown was the best of us; carrying giving, a loving brother, articulate, a kind and gentle giant with an infectious spirit, soul, great sense of humor and the best laugh. He will be sorely missed. Heartfelt condolences to the Browns and extended family that loved him so.

Last words: a DTB poem sent 12/30/2019:

Last Words

Sounds so final
It is
We go back to the earth
Turn to dust
Our dust blows to the sky
Turns to stars
And we shine on

Travel safe through the Shire our bohemian brother and merry prankster, rest in the stars, you will always be in our hearts.

John Ensminger

April 7, 2020

David was a kind-hearted spirit whose ready smile and inimitable, head-throwing laugh always lightened the day.
He was comfortable to be with and his enthusiasm was contagious.
I don’t think I ever heard him complain about anything
except the need for peace on earth.
He was fiercely loyal and true to his family and friends and was a much loved honorary son to the Ensminger family.
My sincere condolences to the Brown family for your loss.
John Ensminger, Jr.

John Updike

March 29, 2020

Dave was a laid back gentleman. I remember he had a late night in Danville and his Dad said "Dave, how about you drive us to Wintergreen to work on the house?" Dave put his shoes back on and off they went. Another story.....at the Inn down the road, he and his friend signed in as Mick Jagger and George Harrison. The stories flowed from there and it ultimately made the Daily Progress! A grand fabrication that took off like a plane! Dave was a good old soul. May he rest in peace.