OBITUARY

Clarence McFarlane Brown

December 7, 1920February 12, 2013

Clarence McFarlane Brown was born on December 7, 1920 in Richmond, TX and passed away on February 12, 2013 in Houston, TX.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 15, 2013
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 16, 2013
REMEMBERING

Clarence McFarlane Brown

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Mike Johnson

February 19, 2013

Brother Clarence was a great man. I wish I had spent more time with him and Owen. I will miss him.

Bettie Brown

February 16, 2013

I am very sorry to hear of Clarence passing. I will keep Roselyn and the family in my prayers. I thank Clarence and his family for making me a part of the Brown family.

February 15, 2013

Our deepest condolences to the Brown Family. We will always remember him as a very kind hearted person. We will always remember as he worked on his yard and always being so friendly to the neighbors.
Steve & Doli Rodriguez

Robert Foreman

February 15, 2013

Clarence Brown was one of the Old School Gentlemen that I have been privilaged to know. He inspired me to be better than I am, and to improve myself in everything that I do. We will miss him, and try to live up to his aspirations for all of us. We will see you later, Doctor Brown.

February 14, 2013

Clarence - I pray we meet again. I will try to deserve it. Love you Brother.

Bob Welch

Helyn Morriss

February 14, 2013

Uncle Clarence was one of my favorite uncles. You could always count on him to be kind and friendly any time you saw him. He was a committed family man. I am sure that he couldn't help but have a positive impact everywhere he went. I will always have wonderful memories of him. Pinkie

Pat Brown-Rose

February 14, 2013

Clarence was always very kind to me when I lived in Brown Community.
We all will miss him.

Brad Reel

February 14, 2013

Clarence was one of the finest men that I have been lucky enough to call my friend and Brother. I will miss his gentle spirit and wonderful stories. His memory will live on in so many lives that his spirit touched and inspired over the years. I read Owen's daughter's post and there is no doubt in my mind that Clarence and "Pop" are right now sitting together in that Celestial Lodge Above... Eternal in the Heavens.

Ronald Adams

February 14, 2013

Brother Clarence Brown was a giant of a man in character, as a role model and as a most beloved member of Holland Lodge # 1. At the time of his death, he was the oldest living past master of Holland Lodge. We will miss his influence greatly, but his presence will be felt as long as anyone who ever knew him is still alive. I am heartened that he is again with Brother Popham, and I am sure that they are catching up right where they left off, drinking rich, black coffee, and swapping stories. I love you both and miss you lots. Rest well my brothers.
Ron Adams, Holland Lodge # 1

Diane Kitchen

February 14, 2013

Uncle Clarence was such a kind, gentle man. From the first time I met him he always made me feel a welcome member of the family. His wonderful spirit will be missed.