Jeff Brown Obituary, Death – After a long and brave struggle against cancer, Crawfordsville, Indiana resident Jeff Brown died away peacefully in the comfort of his own home on Saturday evening. He had fought the disease for quite some time. He was 50. Fishing and hunting were two of Jeff’s favorite things to do when he was able to spend time in the fresh air and natural surroundings of the great outdoors. In addition to being a member of the Crawfordsville Gun Club and the Coon Hunters Association, he also participated in the activities that were written about in the Fur Trader Magazine. This magazine was published by the Coon Hunters Association.

He was a man of many skills and worked in a diverse array of settings, including Fleetwood, where he had lived for the past 15 years and was most recently employed as a security officer. He was a true jack of all crafts. He was a man with a variety of skills. Crawfordsville, Indiana, which is also the name of the town, was the location where he made his debut into the world on July 13, 1968. Both of his parents had brown names; Ron Brown was his father, and Helen Dowden Brown was his mother. In 1987, he received his diploma from North Montgomery High School, where he was a member of the graduating class. On February 3, 1989, he and Amy Lowery became husband and wife after exchanging vows and becoming legally married. She will exist in the world in the future.

Helen Brown, who was the deceased man’s mother; Amy Brown, who was the deceased man’s wife; Amanda Riddell Brown and Kayla Brown; Melissa Wilcox, who was married to John Wilcox; Jamie Brown, who was the deceased man’s brother; and Melissa Wilcox, who was engaged to a man named Tim Chesterson. Before he was even born, all of his grandparents, including both sets of paternal and paternal grandparents, as well as his mother’s parents, had already passed away.