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Information for Henry E. “Bud” Brown
8 November, 1926 – 10 November, 1986
From the Idaho Press Tribune
November 1986
Contributed by Bonnie Dilworth




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Henry Brown

      Services for Henry E. “Bud” Brown, 60, of Melba, who died Monday, Nov. 10, in a Portland, Ore., hospital from natural causes, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.
      Grady Bagley of Star will officiate.  Burial with military honors by the Melba American Legion Divin-Slonecker Post No. 126 will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens,
Caldwell.
     Mr. Brown was born Nov. 8, 1926, at Lamar, Colo., to Henry and Hattie Brown.  He made his home in Colorado until 1940, when he moved to Washington.
     He served in the U.S Army during WWII in the Phillipines.  Following his honorable discharge, he returned to
Washington.
      He married Etta M. Wynn June 14, 1946, at Omak, Wash.  They made their home in Washington until 1964, when they moved to Nampa.  He worked as a mechanic for 20 years at Nampa International.  He started his own business in Nampa about five months ago.  He and his wife moved to Melba in May 1985.
     He loved country-and-western music and had his own band.
He attended the Nampa Bible Baptist Church.
     He is survived by his wife of Melba; six daughters and five sons-in law, Sharon and Douglas Heath, and Brenda “April” and Lee Duke, all of Nampa, Charlene and Loren Corder of Melba, Carrie and Bert Stockdill of Meridian, Debbie and John Espinosa of Caldwell and Raynola Brown, at home’ a sister, Pete Kerns of Placerville, Calif.; 12 grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
     Memorials may be made to the Leukemia Society, 601 Broadway, Room 217, Denver, Colo. 80203; or flowers may be sent.