Let the memory of Jack be with us forever
  • 87 years old
  • Born on November 15, 1923 .
  • Passed away on October 19, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jack Brown 87 years old, born on November 15, 1923 and passed away on October 19, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Adam Brown on 19th October 2012
Dear grandpa i think of you all the time.... I cant believe its been a year that youve been in heaven with grandma. i miss you! Love, Adam
Posted by KC Brown on 18th October 2012
Dad I can't believe we've been without you for a whole year. You and mom are never far from my thoughts. I'm so grateful we all love Jesus, because I know I'll see you both again, and that brings me peace. I sure do miss you guys. XXXOOO KC :)
Posted by Jillian Justin on 18th October 2012
Grandpa, I can't believe it's been a year. I think about you often and miss you so much. You are always remembered. I love you!
Posted by Gene Price on 22nd November 2011
When word came that Jack had passed I was deeply saddened. Due to Jack's kindness I was allowed to do a daily radio show on AFRTS for almost 23 years. His wonderful, winning smile and sense of humor will be missed by all! Thanks, Jack, for all the great years!
Posted by Mary Montclaire on 16th November 2011
As General Manager at KCSN, Mr. Brown was someone to emulate. Same as radio waves, his positive influence will exist forever. - Barbara Sylvia Former KCSN volunteer
Posted by Michael Anglado on 30th October 2011
I had the pleasure of working with Jack Brown when he owned The Don Martin School, what a sweet gentle presence he was. Always a smile and that wave. The world is less bright, less cheerful and a less friendly place in his absence.
Posted by Andrea Bakalar on 27th October 2011
To my best friend, K.C. and her wonderful family: One of my earliest and fondest childhood memories of Jack was watching him holding onto K.C.'s hands and twirling her on the front lawn of their Kinzie St. home. What a wonderful man he was and what wonderful children he raised. You will be missed by all who had the enormous pleasure of your company. Love, hugs and kisses, Andrea Bakalar.
Posted by Bradley Eastman on 26th October 2011
Our prayers are with you, from the Eastman Family. We know what you are going through, as our Dad passed away a year ago May. Remember they are always be with us, each time we say something that we hated to hear them say.
Posted by Rick Eaton on 26th October 2011
Very sorry to hear about Mr. Brown's passing. I spent many hours at their home growing up. He instilled in me and interest in Short wave radio. My best to Steve, Chris, Patrick and KC.
Posted by Steve Davies on 23rd October 2011
I met Jack a few times but every time he always had a bright smile on his face. I pray for the family that the Lord will lift them up and send His Grace and Mercy to fill up their hearts in this time of Jacks passing to the perfect place that Jesus has prepared for him. God Bless
Posted by Tom Conwell on 23rd October 2011
I am blessed and privileged to have Jack in my life. A true gentleman and always greeted me a smile and a sincere, "How are you?" We love you and will miss you! God Bless Jack Brown and the Brown Family.
Posted by Andrea Joseph on 22nd October 2011
I was honored to have had the chance to meet Mr. Brown. He always had a smile, everytime I saw him. I will never forget the sparkle in his eyes, when he sang Christmas carols with the kids. He will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to the Brown family.
Posted by Erin Conroy on 22nd October 2011
No matter how close or far away -- when one family member is missed, the whole changes. The memory of Uncle Jack's smile and laughter from my childhood warms my heart yet today. Love and prayers to all of our family, Erin Brown Conroy
Posted by Tim Brown on 22nd October 2011
I am blessed to be part of a truly loving family. Uncle Jack inspired me, and I became a radio announcer, too! Uncle Jack is honored with several photos displayed in our home, and we will always remember him so very fondly. God bless you, fellow Browns and extended family.
Posted by Terrence Mayer on 22nd October 2011
More than anything else I shall remember Jack as a true gentleman. He had a rare gift for making everyone feel as though they were the most important person he had ever spoken with. We'll miss you, Jack.
Posted by Jillian Justin on 22nd October 2011
Grandpa, Thank you for taking care of me growing up. I have cherrished every memory. I miss you already. It has been an honor to be your grand daughter. Give grandma a xoxoxo.
Posted by Gary Lycan on 21st October 2011
I only knew Jack briefly, but he was to me and others always accessible, generous with his time, and a wonderful PPB president. My deepest condolences to his family.
Posted by Geeta Brown on 21st October 2011
I miss you a lot Dad. You were the best Father-in-Law, and Grandfather to Jill, Hayley, and Adam. Forever you will be in my heart. XXXXXXXOOOOOOO Your Daughter-in-Law Geeta
Posted by Ric Ross on 21st October 2011
Jack was truly a very Gentleman and will be missed by all PPB'ers that knew him. God Bless and may he rest in peace.
Posted by Jimmy Weldon on 20th October 2011
The most I will miss is his big, broad, bright SMILE! but I'll see it again when I walk through Heaven's gate. Those only reading these tributes truly missed knowing my wonderful friend, Jack Brown. Whatta guy!! We all loved him and his memory will never die.
Posted by Tom Kennedy on 20th October 2011
One of the highlights of my membership in PPB was the honor of getting to know Jack Brown. They simply don't come any better than Jack My condolences to his family. Tom Kennedy
Posted by Gerald Fry on 20th October 2011
Jack was one of the finest people I ever knew during my AFRTS career. He freely gave excellent advice and established a programming directorate that I was honored to inherit when he retired. His contributions to military broadcasting inspired those of us who followed. RIP, Jack
Posted by Adam Brown on 20th October 2011
I love you, Grandpa. I will always. Love Forever, Your Grandson- Adam Brown
Posted by KC Brown on 20th October 2011
"Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it." Proverbs 22:6 (ESV) Thank you for reflecting Jesus in all you did. You will forever be my hero. Your one and only daughter.

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