Stanley Brown

Stanley Allen Brown

Thursday, December 18th, 1941 - Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
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Stanley Allen Brown, 79

Stanley Allen Brown, 79 of Makawao, Maui, Hawaii passed unexpectedly on April 14th, 2021. He was born on December 18, 1941 in Fresno, California to Roy Anderson Brown and Elma Violet McCartney.

Stan loved target shooting. He made rock jewelry. Stan loved photography, particularly macro photography. He refused to use the automatic settings and always provided his own camera settings. For work, Stan repaired power tools and did mechanic work. He loved Jesus and attended church regularly. His close friends and family referred to him as “Sarge.” His friends remember that he liked to go to concerts and having dinners together. He helped homeless people by handing out meals with his son-in-law, Jimmy. Stan loved to tell stories. He joked and laughed easily. Stan loved to 4 wheel in his land cruiser. His grandchildren affectionately refer to him as Grandpa Cake.

He is survived by his wife, Katherine (Katie) Brown, 7 children, and 10 grandchildren.

There will be a memorial service on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 6:30PM. The location is New Hope Maui at 400 Hana Highway.

Thank you to the Pastoral Care of New Hope Maui.
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Janie and Tim

Posted at 01:06pm
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Jim & Janet Jewell

Posted at 09:31pm
Katie & family, We hold you close to our hearts at this difficult time. Stan was a good man and will be fondly remembered.
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Orcutt Sandra

Posted at 09:22pm
So many good memories of meals shared in your home and ours. Loved time spent together at Delta Life. So many times sitting and chatting and going to concerts, making gingerbread houses. So enjoyed our visit with you and Katie on Maui with you welcoming us to the island with a special dinner on your deck with friends and our special night on the dinner cruise and night at the resort and following day on the beach.
You will be greatly missed. I’ll see you later my friend.
Sandi Orcutt

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