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Frances "Gene" "Coach" Brown FAC '88-'94      † 9 February 2007 †
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1 Jul 07
AOSHS MEMORIAL FUND OPENED FOR COACH BROWN

A Memorial Fund for Coach Brown FAC '87 to '94 who passed away on 9 February 2007 was been opened by his family with AOSHS.

Mr. Brown coached basketball, taught AP History and Social Studies at BAHS. He retired from DoDDs in 1994 (when BAHS closed) with 23 years of service.

As a charter member of AOSHS Mr. Brown would be pleased to know his BERLIN family purchased a granite paver in his name.

If you would like to remember Coach Brown by contributing please submit a check payable to:

AOSHS Memorial Program
P.O. Box 4312
Scottsdale, AZ 85261

Please be sure and list: "Eugene "Gene" Brown" on the check's memo line.



9 Feb 07
Mr. Gene Brown, age 67, of 1159 Albemarle Beach Rd., Roper died Friday, February 9, 2007 at Pitt County Memorial Hospital.

Graveside services will be 1:00 PM Thursday, February 15, 2007 at Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery in Plymouth, NC and will be conducted by the Rev. Hugh Mizelle.

Mr. Brown was born to the late David and Helen Frances Brown. He later married Norma Jean White who survives. He was a graduate of Plymouth High School and East Carolina University. Mr. Brown was a retired teacher and coach of the Department of Defense Overseas Schools (DODEA), a member of the Cashie Country Club in Windsor and was a charter member of the American Overseas Schools Historical Society (AOSHS). He was a humble man who cared with his teaching and coaching, touching many lives throughout the world.

Survivors include his wife of the home, one brother, Dr. David Brown and his wife Marilyn of Robersonville, one sister, Kitty Styons and husband Ray of Plymouth, one brother in law Joe White and his wife Terri of Simpsonville, SC, his special friend Thor, as well as many well loved nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews all of whom he was especially proud.

The family has requested that all memorials may be made to Relay For Life C/O Wanda Williams Chairperson, Washington Co., 1202 E. Main St. Plymouth, NC 27962.

Paul Funeral Home of Washington is serving Brown family.