Curtis Brown

Curtis Eugene Brown

Friday, December 28th, 1956 - Sunday, March 1st, 2020
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Curtis Eugene Brown was born on December 28th of 1956 in Grand Island, Nebraska and died on March 1st of 2020 in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

Preceded in death by his father, Robert Brown and mother Opal Brown, brother Roger Brown, daughter Jessica Brown, son Joshua Brown. Survived by wife Rebecca Brown, son Jeremiah Brown and his daughter Grace Brown, daughter Brianna Carter and her husband Bryan Carter, and their children Aderes and Benaiah Carter, daughter Charissa Prince and her husband Davin Prince, and their children Mae and Liana Prince.

Service will be held at the Gililean Church in Kansas, Oklahoma at 10am on Saturday, March 7th.

Curtis Brown grew up in Nebraska, spent 10 years in Northwest Arkansas, and finally resided in West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma for the last 28 years. He was a beloved husband, father, and grandfather. His interests were innovative and creative in nature, and he often started ambitious projects. He built his own geodesic dome house and parabolic solar collection system. He developed an intense interest in genealogy records and traced his ancestry back to 1859. His soul thrived on vacationing in the Rocky Mountains. Music was a passion of his, and was his primary occupation for 15 years: playing, singing, and teaching. Curtis was active in church for over 40 years, whether in worship or teaching. He was especially gifted in encouraging believers with inspirational quotes that he crafted. He cared deeply about faith and the Word of God. He created an inspirational faith-based encouragement CD; the most notable track was called Victorious. This project was to encourage himself but was reproduced and distributed for ministry.

"Confident expectation of provision is the way I live." - Curtis Brown
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