Howard Storm Browne Jr.
July 1, 1925 – September 21, 2021
Howard Storm Browne, Jr., (96) died on September 21, 2021, in Williamsburg, Virginia. He is predeceased by his parents, May Melvin Browne and Howard Storm Browne, Sr., and sisters Jane and Barbara.
He served for 23 years in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, including service in a hospital unit in the Korean War, and afterwards conducted a private practice in Newport, Rhode Island, until his retirement.
He is survived by his wife Doris, sons Stephen and Alastair, and daughters Catharine Browne and Elizabeth Browne Saenz (David), as well as grandchildren Jerzy and Judyta Browne.
A Latin Requiem Mass will be said on Saturday October 9, 2021 at 11:00am at All Saints Anglican Catholic Church, 48 New street, Saluda, VA 23149.
Memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.NelsenWilliamsburg.com for the Browne family.
Latin Requiem Mass
Saturday, October 9, 2021
Howard Storm Browne Jr.
November 4, 2021
Dr. Howard Browne was a distinguished lifetime Trustee of the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection at Brown University. His wise counsel, detailed military art knowledge, and collaborative esprit de corps will be sorely missed. For multiple decades he served the ASKB Collection as a calm guiding force.
Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection
October 6, 2021
Howard was Secretary of the USA Branch of the International Military Music Society. I was with Howard at military music events here and in Europe and visited him in Williamsburg several times. Howard will be missed by friends around the country and the world.
International Military Music Society
September 29, 2021
Dr. Browne was such an erudite, bon vivant, work colleague and close friend to our family. Their dinner parties, both food and conversation were legendary, extending into the wee hours. Godspeed to a full life, well lived.
From the Carey sisters, Jane & Kate
September 23, 2021
I WORKED FOR DR. BROWNE AND HIS WIFE FOR 20 SOME YEARS AND ENJOYED WATCHING HIM GROW HIS VEGTABLES . HE FOUND MUCH JOY IN THAT . I WILL MISS HIM MUCH . HE NICKNAMED ME AS MRS WONDERFUL FOR HE ALWAYS TOLD ME THAT WHEN I CAME I BROUGHT HAPPY IN WITH ME. HE ALSO ALWAYS ASK ABOUT MY FAMILY AND WAS DELIGHTED WHEN I SAID THEY WERE DOING FINE. IF I CAN BE OF ANY HELP OF ANY KIND TO HIS WIFE WHOM HE LEAVES BEHIND I WOULD HOPE YALL WOULD REACH OUT TO ME. THANKS A MILLION FOR ALL THE YEARS I SPENT WITH HIM. SHELLY