ForeverMissed

This memoral is dedicated to my father Louis, he was the son of Harvey Brown and Ethel  Susan Dollar, he was born on March 18, 1932 in England, Lonoke County, Arkansas and died on February 10, 1989 in Haywood, Orange County, California.
He was a welder by trade and a AA sponser.
On January 11, 1952, he joined the Navy, he was first stationed at NAVTRANCES,San Diego, CA.
He served on the USS Norton and the USS Salisbury
He received an Honorable Discharge on October 7, 1959.
Louis Brown was BM3 in the Navy during the Korea War.
He received China Service Medal and National Defense Service Medal.

Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2020
Love You
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2019
Happy Birthday!
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2019
Wow! It's been 30 years today since you have been gone! You are missed! Cindy
Posted by Cindy Brooks on December 24, 2018
Next year you will have been gone for 30 years. Wow! Love, Cindyxo
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2018
Happy Birthday, Dad! Thinking of you today! Love you! Cindy
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 11, 2018
Thinking of you, Dad!
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2017
Happy Birthday, Dad! Love you.
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2017
Thinking about you today, Dad. It's been 28 years. Love you, CindyXO
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2016
Happy Birthday, Dad! You are in my thoughts! Love ya! Cindy
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2016
You are missed and always in my memory, Dad.
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2015
Happy Birthday, Dad. You are in my thoughts. Love You, CindyXO
Posted by Kathy Lamm on February 10, 2015
Thinking of you today.
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2015
You are in my thoughts, Dad. Love ya! CindyXO
Posted by Kathy Lamm on March 19, 2014
Happy belated Birthday
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2014
Happy Birthday, Dad. Love, Cindyxo
Posted by Kathy Lamm on February 14, 2014
Happy Valentine's Day, Dad
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2014
You are in my thoughts
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2013
Happy Birthday, Dad. You are missed. Love you, Cindy XO
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 11, 2013
Love You, Dad XO
Posted by Kathy Lamm on February 10, 2013
Today is a sad Day. Miss you Daddy
Posted by Kathy Lamm on October 23, 2012
Thinking of you today
Posted by Kathy Lamm on March 19, 2012
Wishing you a happy Birthday Dad.
Miss and Love you
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2012
Dad, it's hard to believe that you have been gone for 23 years. You are missed and always in my memory. Love Always and Forever, CindyXO
Posted by Kathy Lamm on October 24, 2011
Love ya Dad
Posted by Cindy Brooks on October 24, 2011
Love You,Dadxo

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Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2020
Love You
Posted by Cindy Brooks on March 18, 2019
Happy Birthday!
Posted by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2019
Wow! It's been 30 years today since you have been gone! You are missed! Cindy
Recent stories

Dad and Elvis and Cars

Shared by Cindy Brooks on February 10, 2015

My dad liked Elvis Presley and so do I. We would go and see Elvis movies and listen to his music. This was back in the early 60's. When I was real little I told my dad that he looked like Elvis. I think he liked that. I liked cars when i was a teenager and I still do, so my dad and I would go somewhere and do doughnuts!

Fishing

Shared by Kathy Lamm on October 24, 2011

My Dad loved to fish and he taught me how. One summer, probably in the mid seventies, we went fishing every weekend to the Arkansas river. We would go to the bait shop buy worms and crickets. I eventually learned how to put them on my hook. There is one fond memory of my dad, my cousin and myself fishing and my dad caught something big. It seemed like hours before he landed a hugh Bass. I remember that we took it and showed it to the bait shop owner and he thought it could have been one of the biggest caught that year. I don't remember how much the Bass weighed but I do remember a picture the bait shop owner took. My dad didn't want to be in the picture so my cousin and I was. The bait shop owner said he was going to send it into a fishing magazine, if it was I don't know. I would love to have that picture. I have since then passed my little knowledge of fishing to my own son.