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Also surviving: a daughter, Dona Harper of Patterson, Calif.; a son, Dan (Judy) Brown of Hoopeston; grandchildren, Toby (Paige) Brown of Rossville, Tanja (Brian) Weinard of Boswell, Ind., Tim (Tobie) Moyles of Wallace, Calif., Mike (Monica) Moyles of Patterson, Calif., Danny Moyles of Tracey, Calif., Sheila (Greg) Garfield of Alexander, Va.; 11 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Frank (Mary Frances) Brown of Rossville.
had farmed in the Rossville area until his
retirement in 1982.He served in the U.S. Army from 1940-1945.During World War II, Mr. Brown was a Top Ballturret Gunner in a B-17 bomber where he flew 25 missions over Germany from England.He served in the 95th Bomb Group 8th Army Air Force stationed in Horham, England.He attended the Goldsberry Grade School and graduated from Rossville High School.He was a member of the Antioch Church of Christ, lifetime member of the Rossville Historical Society and Hoopeston American Legion.He
enjoyed sailing, antique tractors, sport car racing (he was a Jeff Gordon fan), mowing the grass and enjoyed helping his
, on the farm.