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Lt. Colonel Richard Arnold Brown

Oct 18, 2016

Lt. Colonel Richard Arnold Brown, also known as Skip Brown died Oct. 15, 2016. He was the son of Hazel and Charles Brown of Pittsburg, Kan. He was born on May 13, 1931 the last born of nine children. All of his siblings preceded him in death. Skip received his Army commission through the ROTC Program at Pittsburg State University in 1956. He was accepted into the Army that same year and served the next 20 years on active duty and was honored with many awards, twice receiving the Bronze Star. Skip was also honored by being asked to help coordinate the army detail for President Truman's funeral in 1972. His first assignment was in Germany for just a few months, then reassigned to Fort Riley, Kan., with the 4th Cavalry in 1957. He married Patti Mullally in April of 1958 in Junction City, Kan. They moved to San Marcos, Texas, for his flight achool training; then on to Army Headquarters at Fort Devens, Mass., where they welcomed their first-born, Douglas Arnold, Nov. 18, 1959. Doug died in a car accident April 10, 1996. From there another Germany assignment in 1960, this time for 26 months with the 33rd Armor Division where he received the promotion to Capt. While in Germany, their second child was born, Angela Marie, on Jan. 30, 1961. On May 1962, their third child, Brenda Catherine, was born with a fatal condition and lived for just two days. The next assignment was to armor school in Fort Knox; then to the ROTC Department at Kansas State University where he was promoted to the rank of major; then ordered for the first assignment in Viet Nam in 1966 to 1967; then to the Fifth Army Headquarters at Fort Sheridan, Ill., where he was promoted to Lt. Colonel. The second tour in Viet Nam was in 1970; then orders for the ROTC Department at Missouri State University in 1971 until his retirement in 1976. Upon retiring from the Army, he enrolled in Drury University's Master in Education program. Upon receiving that degree, he was hired by the Springfield School System. He taught in a behavior disorders classroom from 1978 until 1993. Upon retiring from teaching, he remained in Springfield where he enjoyed the surrounding lakes and trout fishing. He was a member of Grandview and Green Hills Golf Clubs for many years and enjoyed playing golf with many friends until Parkinson's and Alzheimer's slowed him down. He was cared for at Marantha Manor and Missouri Veteran's Home in Mt. Vernon, Mo. He had so many service awards and accomplishments, but his greatest was being a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will be sadly missed by his family, friends and neighbors. He is survived by his loving wife, Patti, and Doug's son, Logan, and his wife, Allison. Their daughter Angela Pivac, and her late husband Mike's three children Alexandra, Grant, and Sara. No formal visitation. Funeral Mass will be Friday, Oct. 21, 2016 at 10 a.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will be at Hazelwood next to Doug. Thank you to all our dear friends and family for their love and support. In lieu of flowers, if you wish to honor Skip's memory: The Humane Society of SW MO. 3161 W. Norton Rd., Springfield, MO 65803 or the charity of your choice.

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Skip Brown acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was Brighton Bank on March 30, 2020.

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