Guest Book for Richard Jefferson Brown

Provided by Lozano's Flagstaff Mortuary

Posted by: Cynthia W Palcich
Sat March 14, 2020
I hope you will accept my most sincere condolences on your loss. Time deals cruelly even with heroes. But what a legacy of affection and love he leaves.
 

 
Posted by: Eileen and David Beverage
Sat March 14, 2020
Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, The Beverage’s
 

 
Posted by: Joel McMillin & Yiqun Lin
Wed March 18, 2020
We were sadden to learn of Dick's passing this morning while reading the Daily Sun. It brought tears to our eyes as we remembered our wonderful and meaningful interactions with Dick and Mary at various Northern Arizona Flycasters functions and outings. Dick had a true passion for land and wildlife conservation and contributed significantly to both over many years. I know that his enthusiasm in these efforts rubbed off on others and has resulted in our world being a better place. It was a pleasure knowing and working with Dick and we express our sincere condolences to Mary and the rest of the Brown family. Regards, Joel & Yiqun
 

 
Posted by: Tim Lawrence
Thu March 19, 2020
It was a pleasure to have known Dick for the time I did. A truly amazing man who accomplished so much in life. His family should be very proud of him. You have my sympathy.
 

 
Posted by: Dave Landis
Sat June 27, 2020
I was an AF captain assigned to the SAGE Programming Agency at Luke in the early 1970s where I had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with Dick on some changes that required both hardware and software modifications to implement. Dick was a kind and gentle mentor in a difficult project. I identified the changes needed to the system, including a description of the bew hardware requirements.  Dick designed, documented and implemented the wiring changes, I produced the software. We tested the new set up on one computer. When it worked correctly, Dick issued the requisite instructions for implementing the new capabilities at all fourteen computers at seven sites.

I will always remember Dick fondly, for many reasons, including a shared middle name.