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ROBERT BROWN Robert Brown was born Sept. 8, 1937, and passed away Nov. 21, 2012. As Thanksgiving neared, God reached down His hand, took Bob's hand in His, and led him home. In 1962, Bob met the love of his life, Patti, and in 1964 they were married. He spent the rest of his life with and in love with his bride. He wore many hats over his lifetime. He started out his work career as an iron worker out of Local 416 in Los Angeles. He worked at the Chevy plant in the 1950's and 1960's, building America's most beautiful cars. He spent time as a cab driver in Las Vegas during the good old days, and closed his work career as a salesman in the health industry. None of these defined him. His great love and passion in life was singing. As a young man he performed in many talent shows and several variety shows on television. He attended the Pasadena Playhouse College of Theater Arts. Two years in a row, he won first place at the Shakespearean festival for the state of California. Bob sang, wrote, and recorded for Capitol Records, and starred in the movie "The Talisman." He always sang to his wife and children, and they will forever carry his songs in their hearts. Bob loved Jesus his whole life and was baptized with his bride at Central Christian Church. Bob was the son of iron man, Leonard Brown and his wife, Hazel. His brother, Gary, and sister, Janice, have led the way for his departure. Loved ones survived are his beloved wife, Patti Brown; daughter, Julinda (husband, Danny); son, Tuston (wife, Rebecca); sister, Clarice (husband, Gary); and brother, Jayson (wife, Linda). Bob adored his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Kajsa, Skyler and Devyon, Jesse, Jeremy, Lauren, Hannah and Ethan. His adored pets are Happy and Augie. If love could have saved him, he would have lived forever. Services will be private.


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