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Jeffrey Allen Brown
February 21, 1957 ~ July 29, 2020 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Jeffrey Allen Brown, 63, of Luray, Virginia died on July 29th 2020. Mr. Brown was born February 21, 1957 in Luray. He was the youngest son of Thomas Maxwell and Ruth Estelle Brown.
Jeff is survived by his son Brian Brown of Bound Brook, New Jersey and grandchildren Andrea and Adam also of New Jersey. Also siblings Pam Ancheta of Halifax, Va, Karen Wood of Front Royal, Va, and Thomas Brown II of Bridgewater, Va. He was pre deceased by his grandparents, parents, and sister Joyce Mirabelli of Va Beach, Va.
Jeff was employed for many years at the Wrangler Plant in Luray, and the Warren County School System in Front Royal Va. Jeff was well recognized in his home community and workplaces for his mechanical skills and keen technical ability to assess and repair equipment of all kinds. He will be remembered for his love of music, movies, John Deere tractors, and his Harley Motorcycle.
He was a kind and loving Father, Brother, and Grandfather who will be missed greatly by his family and his feline companions SpitFire, Minnie, Dalilah, and Priscilla. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Blue Ridge Hospice in his memory.
The family will receive friends 2-4pm on Saturday, August 8 at the Bradley’s Funeral Home in Luray, Va.
The family wishes to extend thanks to the special Drs and Nurses of Blue Ridge Hospice who assisted the family during his illness. Their kindness and support will never be forgotten.