Samuel Brown Obituary, Samuel Brown Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

Samuel Brown Obituary, Death – Samuel Brown, who had been ailing for some time and had been admitted to the Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, Kansas, on Tuesday, passed away there. Born in Garden City on February 17, 1958, he was the child of Leo S. Brown and Phyllis M. (Forpahl) Brown. He was their son. His full name is Leo S. and Phyllis M. (Brown) Brown. He was named after both of his parents. Tammy Corter was there to witness her wedding, which took place on March 14, 1987, in Dighton and was attended by guests.

Sam spent his early years as a participant in the Boy Scouts and as a student at one of the Dighton schools. Following the completion of his education, he joined the Army National Guard and devoted the subsequent eight years of his life to serving his country. In addition to that, he worked as a farmhand in Lane County, principally for Nelson Schwartz, during that time period. In his spare time, he enjoyed playing cribbage and was a devoted fan of the Kansas City Chiefs football team.

His two sons, Norman Oscar Brown of Huron Lake, Minnesota, and Tyler Golden & Crystal Brown of Scott City, as well as his mother, Phyllis Woodham of El Dorado, two brothers, Max & Pam Brown, and Barry & Melanie Brown, both of El Dorado, his sister Danna & Phil Steffens of Scott City, four grandchildren named Chloe, Forrest, Carlos, and Tyler, along with five nephews and three nieces, are among the people who will miss him. Before he was born, his mother, Leo Brown, and both of his father’s brothers, Dean Brown and Bradley Brown, had already passed away.