Jack Brown

Jack Brown

Friday, February 10th, 1933 Saturday, October 19th, 2019

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Obituary for Jack Brown Sr.

Jack Brown Sr., 86, of Barrington, passed away Saturday, October 19, 2019 at St. Elizabeth Manor, Bristol.
He was born in Providence, a son of the late Frank and and Maude (Talbot) Brown.

Mr. Brown was an Army Veteran who served as Private First Class during the Korean War as a mechanic. He was awarded a Korean Service Medal, United Nations Services Medal, Bronze Service Stars, and a Purple Heart.

He was a lifelong resident of Barrington where he worked as a Lace Weaver for RI Lace Works.

Jack was an excellent wood carver, he enjoyed riding his motorcycle, gardening in his gigantic garden, and spending time with his family.

In addition to his wife, Joan Brown, he leaves behind his sons; Mark “Rusty” Stevens of Barrington, Christopher Stevens and his wife Terri of Barrington, Craig Stevens and his wife Tina of Warwick, Robert Stevens and his wife Gail of Barrington, David Stevens and his wife Rose of Riverside, daughter; Melissa Stevens, and brother; James Brown and wife Joann of PA. As well as 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Pre-deceased by brother; Frank Brown Jr., and sisters; Alice Brown, Joan Beauvais, and Claire Joynes.

Funeral arrangements will be scheduled for a later date.

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John Paul Medeiros

So sorry for the loss of your Dad and sounds like he lived a full life with a wonderful family.
Always remember him by the great times you shared.
Comment | Posted at 12:12pm via Condolence


This week my grandpa Jack passed away. Anyone who knows me well knows my grandparents helped raise me while I was in high school so I consider my grandpa like a father to me. He was a very kind man and in my life I've never met anyone who had one bad thing to say about him. My grandma keeps telling me all the nice things that the staff at his nursing home have said about him. He was always making people laugh and I'll always remember little memories here and there of certain jokes he would make. I tear up writing this because it really is such a loss that the world doesn't have him anymore. I keep thinking of the memories I had while living with my grandparents and how special that is to me. I feel so thankful to have moved to Rhode Island and to live with my grandma and grandpa. I don't think I would have had the chance to know my grandparents the way I do. I hope grandpa is up in heaven riding around on his motorcycle with his railroad hat on looking down on my grandma to make sure she's okay. I love you both to the moon and back.
Comment | Posted at 04:10pm via Condolence

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