Amos T. Brown Jr.

February 14, 1946July 22, 2013
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Amos T. Brown, Jr., passed away on July 22, 2013. He was born on February 14, 1946 in Port Arthur, TX. He moved to Florida in May 1982 after retiring as a Captain in the US Army.

He is survived by wife, Suzanne; sons, Tres (Juliet) Brown, Jonathan (Ann) Brown and Christopher (Katie) Brown; seven grandchildren; brothers, Al (Jean) Brown and Dan (Becky) Brown; and sisters, Lavella Railey, Shirley Partlow, Opal Brown and Bobbie Miller.

He was very active in scouts, youth football and little league. From May 1982 until December 2012, he worked at KSC for Lockheed and USA. Amos had a strong faith in the love and grace of God and his personal savior Jesus Christ and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Merritt Island.

Service will by July 27th at 4:00 pm at The Life Event Center at Florida Memorial, 5950 South US Highway 1, Rockledge, FL. There will be a reception immediately following.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the First Baptist Church of Merritt Island.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 27, 2013

Amos T. Brown Jr.

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Jim Lawrence

July 30, 2013

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Kathy Karmazin-Calin

July 28, 2013

Amos was such a valuable member of our IT team at USA. Even after he retired, when we asked him to come back and help us with a major project - he did! I don't know that we would have been successful without him. Amos was kind, fun and a true professional - he will be missed

Oscar Jerkins, MD

July 28, 2013

I couldn't come from Georgia to attend services for this gentle soul whom I remember fondly and have known for many years. I also recall his kindness in lending me his expertise when I had a late-evening computer meltdown emergency in my office practice. He really saved the day! I know he will be sorely missed by so many, and our prayers and thoughts are with his loving family in their time of sorrow.

Patti Ojeda and family

July 27, 2013

We're sorry we couldn't be there, but send our love and prayers. We will miss Uncle Amos, but know he's in heaven now walking with Jesus and drinking coffee with Grandpop and my mom, Ollie. Manuel shared a fun memory of his about Uncle Amos. He had come for a visit at Christmas and my mom was peeling pears for a cobbler. Uncle Amos told Manuel to eat lots of pears before going to bed and they would make him wake up early enough to see Santa. He ate 4.pears and, yes he woke up early, but, no, he didn't see Santa :)

David Reed

July 27, 2013

I am sorry to hear of your loss. Amos was always a kind, helping co-working, guiding you to a resolution, at work and in your personal life.

Brandon Brogan

July 26, 2013

Uncle Amos was a very nice and great man. I wish I some more chances to see him, but I know god knew when his time was. I am sorry for the loss of Uncle Amos and may our prayers be with him forever

July 26, 2013

Thanks family for the pictures of Amos through the years...very touching.

We in his Sunday School class will surely miss Amos, but we rejoice in knowing he is experiencing great joy with Jesus and with loved ones who have gone before.

We pray that Suzie, their sons, and all his family will be comforted in the days ahead.

Will and Patsy Carpenter

Debbie Freeman

July 26, 2013

Amos was such a nice and helpful person and I'm sure will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Laura & Willard Darby

July 26, 2013

Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Amos. Heaven is filled with joy at his homecoming, but his presence will be missed here on earth. What a sweet person and a blessing to those around him. Laura and Willard Darby (First Baptist Church Merritt Island - Sunday School Dept)

July 26, 2013

you will be missed.