Charles Paul "Chuck" Brown

May 20, 1945

February 21, 2009

Charles P. Brown

Charles P. Charlie Brown, Sr., 63, of Danielsville, formerly of Bethlehem, died peacefully with his loving family by his side, on Satuday, February 21, 2009, at the St. Lukes VNA Hospice House, Lower Saucon Township.

Born May 20, 1945 in Alexandria, Louisiana, he was a son of Justine (Militello) Brown of Tucson, Arizona and the late Fredrick J. Brown, Sr. Charlie was a graduate of Wilson High School class of 1965, and honorably served in the Navy during the Vietnam War.

Prior to his retirement in 2006, Charlie worked as a maintenance supervisor for Bardot Plastics, Palmer Township, for more than 10 years.

He was an ardent fan of Wilson High School football and served on the chain gang during football games for 27 years. Charlie loved his grandchildren and especially enjoyed supporting their sporting activities. He was also an avid quiot player.

Survivors: In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Belinda (Werkheiser) Brown, of Wilson Borough; two sons, Charles P. Brown Jr. and his wife, Sonya, of Forks Township and Jason Brown and his companion, Jen, of Northampton; a daughter, Tracy M. Emanuel and her husband, Joseph, of Danielsville, with whom he resided; three brothers, Richard C. Brown and his wife, Terrie, of Peoria, Illinois, Fredrick J. Brown Jr. and his wife, Patricia, of Downers Grove, Illinois and George Brown of Tampa, Florida; two sisters, Chyrl L. Aldridge of Tampa and Beverly A. Schindler of Tucson, Arizona; eight grandchildren, Kristina, Amber, Shea, Kimmy, Brittany, Colleen, Justin and Amiee; a great-granddaughter, Aubriana; nieces, nephews.

Services: A memorial service in celebration of his life on Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 6 p.m. in the St. Andrews Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3900 Freemansburg Avenue, Easton, 18045. Friends and family are invited to call on Thursday from 5-6 p.m. in the church. Arrangements have been entrusted to the George G. Bensing Funeral Home Inc., 2165 Community Drive, Route 946, Village of Moorestown-Bath.

Contributions: May be made in memory of Charlie to the church.

Source: Published in the Morning Call on 2/24/2009