Kenneth W Brown
January 2, 1935 – July 2, 2018
Kenneth Brown, 83, was born in Ropesville, TX, to Carl and Annie Schultz Brown. He enjoyed family, fishing, reading western novels, watching golf, gardening, and was a master craftsman. Kenneth is survived by his daughter, Linda Bowles, his son, Steve and wife Brenda Brown, sister, Donna and husband Glenn Banks, three grandchildren; Nathan & Jordan, Amber & Kevin, Candy & Carl, eight, great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers; Harvel Brown and Carl Gene Brown, one sister Mildred Knight.
- Funeral Service Thursday, July 5, 2018
Kenneth W Brown
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July 4, 2018
We are so sorry for your loss and praying for you at this time. I will always remember my wonderful neighbor. We have been neighbors for over 25 years and Ken was like family to us. He was loved by so many people and had a heart of gold. Every Christmas I remember him going to walmart to get gift cards to give to the neighbor kids. He loved all of the kids in the neighborhood and they always made time to go talk to them and pet his dogs every time they saw him. My kids adopted him as their grandpa and if I couldn't find my kids out playing I could find them at Ken's house. He was a big part of our family. He taught Bryce and Justin so much and they will miss him very much. Robert and I spent many hours just sitting at his house just enjoying a conversation with him. I sometimes would walk by my front door and look out and see Ken and Booger on the roof watching the sunset together. Now they can again. He loved his dogs and spoiled them. We had so many good times with him. He was one of a kind. I even got to spend time with him at work when I was surprised to see him on my first day of work at Wood Designs, I didn't know he worked there. I'm sure we will never have a neighbor as good as Ken.
So many wonderful memories and stories. We will always be blessed to have such a wonderful man that came into our lives. So until we meet again Ken Brown. Save a place for us. We love you, Robert, Patti, Bryce ,and Justin.