Carl V. "Brownie" Brown

Brown Carl V. (Brownie), 68 of 4713 Alabama Ave., died Tuesday night in a local hospital. Mr. Brown was a veteran of World War I. serving with the
30th Aerial Squadron in France. He was past commander of James Craig Lodor Post 148, American Legion, past  commander of Veterans of World War I,
Chattanooga Barracks; past master, st. Elmo Lodge 673 F&AM, member of the Chattanooga Half Century club, member and past treasurer and junior warden
of Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church. He had been a resident of Chattanooga for 62 years and with the TAG railroad for 41 years. He is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Mollie C. Brown; one daughter Mrs.(living) Bevan; Huntsville, Ala; son, Milton V. Brown, Columbia, Tenn.; four grandchildren; one brother,
Ralph Brown, Chattanooga; sister, Miss Nellie Brown, Chattanooga. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 Friday afternoon in the West Chapel of the
Chattanooga Funeral Home with Rev. John Paul Jones officiating. Interment will be National Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Johnny Brown, Frank
Marterre, Herschel Page. D. E. Hodges, Ed Moran, Bob Mason, Jimmy Dugger and Charlie Bice. Honorary pallbearers will be Veterans of World War I.
Chattanooga Barracks: employes of TAG Railroad, members of James Craig Lodor Post 14(6 or 8?), American Legion. The body is at the Chattanooga Funeral
Home, West Chapel.
Chattanooga Times, 15 Aug. 1962

Submitted by Claudia O'Leary