Paul Eugene Brown

Born August 7, 1927

Paul E. Brown, a long time resident of Fair Oaks, passed away on Feb 10, 2013 at the age of 85. Paul was born in Missouri and joined the Air Force, where he later retired as a Chief Master Sergeant. During his life he also worked at Aerojet as an Engineer, where he also retired after 20 years of employment. He is predeceased by his loving wife, Darlene and son, Stephen; he is survived by his son, David. A graveside service will be held on Thurs, Feb 14 at 12pm at Mount Vernon Memorial Park, 8201 Greenback Lane in Fair Oaks, with a viewing from 10:30-11:30am. In lieu of flower, donations can be made to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.


  • Graveside Service Thursday, February 14, 2013

Paul Eugene Brown

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Rita & Gerald Richardson

February 14, 2013

Dave, We had so many wonderful memories of all the fun times we had. We are very sorry for you loss. We will remember you and your mom, dad & Steve in our prayers. Love

Lorna Richardson-Evans

February 14, 2013

Dave, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. I remember so many wonderful family times We shared together.

Love always

Judy Utter

February 13, 2013

David, Your father was a wonderful husband and father, I remember how devoted he was to MADD and I was proud to know him.

Amy and Jerry Bolden

February 13, 2013

I am so sorry for your loss Dave. I know how much you loved your father. Anyone that knows you understands the bond you two had. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love ya!

February 13, 2013

I'm so sorry for your loss and the world has lost a wonderful man. He, Dottie and I did a lot of things together for MADD and we were really close friends. I live in Omaha now so can't come to the service but my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kathy Coppler

February 13, 2013

You already know how sorry I am for your loss, and you know I would do anything for you. Your dad was your rock, and you were his in the end. You can take solace in knowing you were the best son a father could ask for. He was blessed to have you, as you were him. RIP Pops...
Love you, Shell