The Moore American

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October 17, 2012

Donald “Pete” Brown

MOORE — Donald “Pete” Brown, 69 of Moore passed away on Monday, Oct. 8, 2012.

Services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, at John M. Ireland Funeral Home and Chapel. Interment was in Memory Lane Cemetery in Anadarko. Arrangements were by John M. Ireland Funeral Home and Chapel.

Pete was born on June 23, 1943, to Guy Henry Brown and Ruby Faye Brown in Anadarko. Pete graduated high school from Anadarko High School. He was a resident of Moore for 45 years. He also, worked as a receiving clerk for Scrivner Inc., for 25 years before retiring. His hobbies included fishing, golfing, traveling and playing baseball. His first love was his family.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Guy and Ruby Brown; brothers, Clifford Brown and Jimmy Brown and granddaughter, Brandi Kaye Hughes.

He is survived by his wife Frances A. Brown; five children, Steven Underwood and wife Michelle, Doug Underwood and Jana, Donna Brown, Marsha Hodges and husband James and Mickey Brown and wife Stacey; seven grandchildren, Tamara Tull and husband David, Brett Underwood, Jarred Underwood, Chelsie Hughes and husband Roy, Ashlyn Jones and husband Andrew, Katelyn Brown, and Aaron Burchett and wife Adian; five great-grandchildren, Aden Tull, Nolan Tull, Braxton Paulson, Presley Burchett and Conner Burchett; brother, Gary Brown and wife Carol; and numerous other family and friends.

Moore American, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012

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