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Brown, Timothy Wayne
NAME: TIMOTHY WAYNE BROWN
SERVICE BRANCH: Marine Corps
COMPONENT: Regular Active Duty
RANK: Lance Corporal
DATE OF DEATH: November 14, 2006
HOME OF RECORD CITY: SACRAMENTO
HOME OF RECORD STATE: California
HOME OF RECORD COUNTRY: US
UNIT: E CO, 2D BN, 3D MAR, (RCT-7, I MEF FWD), 3D MAR DIV, MCBH KANEOHE BAY, HI
CASUALTY COUNTRY: IRAQ
CITY OF LOSS HADITHAH
Timothy Wayne Brown was born on April 17, 1985. Then, on November 14, 2006 was tragically taken from us in Al Anbar province, Iraq. Remembered for being a Lance Corporal with the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary force. To his friends and family Timothy will be remembered as a one of a kind man that was very proud to serve his country. Timothy's hobbies included: shooting, collecting guns and knives, working on cars, wrestling with his fellow marines back on base in Hawaii, and spending time with his fiancee, Ashley Milami. Timothy will forever be honored; he gave the ultimate sacrifice for his country. He was extremely loved by his family and friends and will be greatly missed, but will never be forgotten. Timothy is preceded in death by: Brother William Weaver Brown and Grandfather (Opa), Walter Ganz. Timothy is survived by: Mother, Susan C. Brown, Father, Richard K. Brown, Brother, Richard K. Brown Jr., Sister, Sabrina D. Brown, Grandparents, Joe and Elma Brown, Babs Brown, and Ruth Ganz, Great aunt, Thea Loffelhart, and Fiancee Ashley M. Brown. The family would also like to send their deepest condolences to the families of Lance Corporal Mario D Gonzalez (La Puente, California) and Lance Corporal Michael D. Scholl (Lincoln, Nebraska), who were also killed with Timothy in Al Anbar province, Iraq on November 14, 2006. Memorial services are being held November 22, 2006 at Mount Vernon Mortuary at 10:00 am.
The Sacramento Bee, November 22, 2006