Charles H. Brown

Born: Sat., Oct. 12, 1929
Died: Fri., Apr. 12, 2019

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Apr. 27, 2019
Location: Shiloh United Methodist Church

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Charles H. Brown, 89, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania  passed away April 12, 2019  at home with his family by his side.  He was born on October 12, 1929  in Hagerstown, Maryland  to Charles  and Audrey  (Shank) Brown.  He was a Marine Corps Veteran serving  during WWII.  He loved woodworking, model building and art.  He was a member of the Franklin County Art Alliance.  Charles was an artist since 1968.  He taught watercolor painting classes and shared his love of this and his talent by giving numerous demonstrations using this medium.  He received awards throughout the United States and Canada.  He worked in the aerospace industry for 45 years.
     He is survived by his loving wife,  Ann C. (Kiser) Brown and his six children:  Cris (wife of Jim) Anderson of Englewood, FL, Larry (husband of Gail) Brown of Lockport, NY, Kathy (wife of Dan) Nelson of Veneta, OR, Richard Bowers of Jacksonville, NC, Tina Cragg of Kenmore, NY.  He has eighteen grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren.  He is survived by a brother, David (husband of Nancy) Brown of Hagerstown, MD and a sister Joan Lane of Mt. Airy, MD and many nieces and nephews.  In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a daughter, Pamela Diaz..
     A memorial service will be held Saturday April 27th at 11:00 AM at the Shiloh United Methodist Church on Shiloh Road in Hagerstown, MD. with Pastor Dionne Hall officiating.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.  Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home, Chambersburg has been entrusted with conducting services.

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Michael Burley
   Posted Mon April 22, 2019
Never met the Gentleman, but truly enjoyed the many stories of his accomplishments.
Tina and Chuck always smiled when speaking of him and time shared.
Deepest sympathies to the family and friends.


Mr. Michael Burley. 🐼