Obituary of Allan Milton Brown
Memories of Allan Milton Brown
Born June 25, 1941 in Clearfield, Davis, Utah to Parent’s Alma Milton Brown and Naola Waite.
He was the oldest son. Light Brown hair and Brown Eyes.
He was a curious child always taking something apart to see how it worked.
He was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1949, when he was 8 years old.
In the summer of 1956, the family moved to Moses Lake, Grant, Washington. He was 15. He loved old cars. He fixed cars
and drove a lot of them.
He graduated from Moses Lake High School in 1960.
Allan was called to the Southern States Mission as it was called then. Just after he got out, the Mission was divided and
he served in Tampa Bay, Florida. On the way to drop him off in Salt Lake, he received his Endowments in the Salt Lake
Temple. He served for 2 years 1961-1963.
His Parents took the bus and went to Florida to pick him up. He had bought a car and they drove it home by way of
Arizona where Derlyn was serving his mission.
Allan married Cheryl Dee Wright August 28, 1963 on Cheryl’s 17th Birthday in the Idaho Falls Temple
He also learned to do Photography. His camera equipment filled the back room of their home. He took Black and white
photos of his family and developed them.
Their Children Allan Dale Brown, Tracy Lee Brown, Lana Kaye Brown & Teena Ann Marie Brown all born in Ephrata,
They lived in the Columbia Basin. He worked at a Gas Station in Ephrata, as a ditch rider in George, Washington. They
lived on Royal Slope, a Quonset Home. They bought a home on Spruce Street in Moses Lake and attended Church in the
Moses Lake 1
He was a Boy Scout Leader. He learned to Wield and got a Job at Busby in Moses Lake. It was located out Stratford Road.
He had a big Motorcycle and would ride it to work. He had a bad accident on his Motorcycle and spent 8 weeks in a
medically induced coma at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane Washington.
2007, he had Stomach Surgery in Wenatchee and recovered at his Sister’s home in Warden.
He lived with the Raders in Moses Lake a few years before going to Othello.
He was living in Othello, Washington at the time of his death. He was taken to the Othello Hospital and then transferred
to St Mary’s in Walla Walla, Washington where he died March 24, 2020
He was preceded in Death by his Parents; Alma & Naola Brown, Brothers; Derlyn Brown and Selwyn Brown
He is survived by his Children; Allan Dale Brown, Tracy Brown, Lana Cockerill, & Teena Thompson Grandchildren; Jeffery
Brown, Melissa Brown, Monica Brown, Robert Cockerill, Richard Cockerill, Jarom Schroeder, Douglas Schroeder, Breeana
Schroeder, Moriah Schroeder, and a great Grandchild; Cameron Edward Allan Bemrose. Sisters; Roma (Gordon)
Cornelsen and Mary (Paul) Crowther.
Allan was a good man, set a good example by helping others when needed and gave us children love and kindness. He
will be missed greatly but we are happy to know that we will see him again when it's our turn to go.
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