Bennett Brown Obituary, Death – Bennett Brown, who had locations in both Atlanta and Pawleys Island, died recently. Brown had been serving as the chairman of the board of directors for NationsBank Corporation until the time of his retirement in 1992. The Atlanta-based C&S Banks, which he was professionally responsible for guiding out of a financial crisis in the late 1970s and into prominence in the 1980s, was one of his professional accomplishments. This accomplishment took place over the course of his employment with the organization.

Throughout his life, Brown was involved in a variety of activities, including both professional and community endeavors. At the Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, where he attended, he was an elder for many years. Together with Mary Alice, he was able to travel to Spain, Switzerland, Japan, and Belgium in order to take part in a variety of meetings thanks to his positions as a past president of the Bankers Roundtable and as an active member and director of the International Monetary Conference.

In addition to that, he was the president of the Bankers Roundtable for a period of time. In addition to that, over the course of his career, he had held the position of president of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. In 1986, the Salvation Army recognized him for his leadership in the field of fund-raising by bestowing upon him the William Booth Award. More recently, both he and his wife were granted the Order of the Palmetto, which is the state of South Carolina’s highest accolade.

Among his surviving family members are his wife, Mary Alice Rustin Brown, his three daughters, Charlette Brown Dixon of Atlanta, Leila Brown Armknecht of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Katherine Brown Ohlhausen of Atlanta, as well as his only son, Bennett Alexander Brown, III, who lives in Temple, Georgia. In addition, he has one grandchild.