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James Carmon Brown

December 28, 1939July 1, 2020
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James Carmon Brown passed away July 1st, 2020 at 80 years of age surrounded by his loving family and strong faith.

Jim is sadly missed by his wife of 23 years Linda; children Teresa Dornhorst (Kip), James “Slugger” Brown, Suzette Daine (Robert), and Jeffrey Stamper (Janie), 11 cherished grandchildren and 6 cherished great grandchildren. He will be forever remembered by his brother William Brown (Roxeanne), Walter Brown (Diane), sister Zelda Causey and many nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Jim was born December 28, 1939 in Totz, Kentucky to the late John Parker Brown and Martha Marie Wilmott Brown. After graduation he moved to Cincinnati, Ohio where in 1968 with his brothers he started a construction business which became Miami Valley Ready Mix and they owned for 38 years. He also was a bank founder to two local banks and on their boards. He retired to a 300 acre cattle ranch but never stopped living life to the fullest. He had many interests and you could find him playing in a band, boating, enjoying his motor home, making improvements on his ranch, going on trips and always spending time out with dear friends Bobby and Wanda Slaughter.

In addition to his parents, Jim was preceded in death by sisters Evalene Brown, Ruby Bates, Natilla Hill and brothers Riley, Jerry and Marsalee Brown.

A visitation will be held at Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Home, located at 635 E Marion Ave Punta Gorda, FL 33952 on Sunday July 5, 2020 from 4pm to 6pm.

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    Sunday, July 5, 2020

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Algie Didlaukies

July 5, 2020

Dearest Linda and Family - My heart is hurting for the loss of Jim. My memories of him will always be of the big hat and the band and how much he loved you. We had such good times and for that I am thankful. May God hold you in his hands through these days. I will not be able to see you during this time, but know that I love you and cherish the times we spent together.

Algie and Wolf Didlaukies

Michael & Charlie Ursitti

July 5, 2020

From the day we met Jim he became our friend. Always kind, caring, and smiling. A great musician you could always count on. We will remember him lovingly as he lived his faith . You will be sorely missed my friend, but we rejoice that you are now with our Lord.

Rest in Peace!
Mike and Charlie

John Pappa

July 3, 2020

I will always remember Jim @ Miami Valley in Placida , being so proud of the company. Being a bank director made him smile. But, the look on his face at the ranch, priceless. Linda our maker will give you strength during this very difficult time.

John & Kathy Pappa

Jeff Stamper

July 2, 2020

Jim, made my Mom happier than I had ever seen her before. Jim became a grandfather to my wife and I‘s two sons. Jim became my boss that led to career opportunities I know I never would have been able to provide for myself. Along the journey Jim became Dad. He became Papa. We all became better people for his presence and influence in our lives. We became a better family. Dad attended and listened to my testimony at church and didn’t judge me but accepted me as I am. Showing me Christian love led me closer to God. Thank you Dad for all that you did. Thank you for being the man you are. Dearly missed until we meet again. I love you Dad.

Shelby Daine

July 2, 2020

You used to carry me on your shoulders, now I carry you in my heart. You had a smile that would light up any room you walked into, a laugh that was contagious, and a heart that loved everyone. I love you forever.
♥️ Your granddaughter, Shelby

Randall &Cathy Halcomb

July 2, 2020

God blessed us by knowing you! We will never forget the kindest most caring man we ever met! Condolences to all the family and friends🙏

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