Ira Brown

Born: Sun., Dec. 20, 1925
Died: Mon., Oct. 25, 2010

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Ira E. Brown, a resident of Adams, died Monday, October 25, 2010 in a Pendleton Hospital. He was 84 years old. Funeral Services will be conducted Wednesday, October 3, 2010 at 2:00 P.M. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints in Pendleton. Burial will follow in the Olney Cemetery, Pendleton, Oregon. Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Brown was born December 20, 1925 in Pendleton, Oregon. He was the son of Ira H. and Myrtle P. Fletcher Brown. He was raised on the old family homestead on upper McKay Creek. He attended schools in that area. He had worked as a feed packer in Pendleton at the Flower Mill for 44 years. He greatly enjoyed camping, photography, spending time with his family and taking long drives on back roads to enjoy the scenery and the local wildlife. His favorite pastime was riding his motorcycle with one if his small dogs along for the ride. He is survived by his wife, Mary M. Deardorff Brown of Adams, Oregon; a son from his first marriage, Robert E. Alt of LaPine, Oregon and children their spouses from his second marriage, Elden L. Brown of South Carolina and his wife Leila Brown of Seattle; Vivian L Hulick and husband Donald of Pendleton; Christine P. Bauknecht of Adams, Oregon and Patricia E. Paasch and life partner Mike Taylor of Pendleton; One brother, LeRoy Brown of Vancouver, Washington; One sister, Evon L. Rhodes of Texas; eleven grandchildren and Many great grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister.

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tina
   Posted Wed November 03, 2010
I met Ira and Mary when my family moved to pilot rock about 7 years ago while working. Between the daily jokes we would share,all the candy, I think I gained more than great friends. He always made me laugh as I did the same with the dancing girls...I will miss you. Your Angel

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