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MAURICE A. BROWN

August 29, 1935 - August 30, 2014

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Obituaries » MAURICE A. BROWN

BROWN, HONORABLE JUDGE MAURICE ALLEN, 79, of Chelsea, passed away on August 30, after a courageous battle with heart disease. Maurice “Moe” was born in  Burlington on Aug. 29, 1935, the third son of Guy and Izetta Brown. Maurice is survived by his wife of 56 years, Jean; son Scott and wife Janet Brown; two grandsons; and older brother Glenn and wife Jean Brown; sisters-in-law Joan (Wayne) Wilson, Ora (Guy) Brown and Louise (David) Brown; and many nieces and nephews. His two beloved grand-dogs, Duke and Roxie, were great comfort and loved their Grampy. Maurice was predeceased by his parents, oldest brother Guy Brown Jr., youngest brother David Brown and brother-in-law Wayne “Whip” Wilson. Moe graduated from Burlington High School in 1954 and married the love of his life, Jean, in 1957. They built their log cabin and retired to this dream home in 2004, where Moe loved to hunt, fish and entertain visitors. He had many business ventures including real estate manager at Lang Associates, co-owner of Millibride Wire Co., owner of the Ho-Hum Motel for many years. He was president of Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in the 1970s. Moe and Jean also owned the Bobby Dragon race car team, No. 71. Moe was a member of the Vermont Air National Guard as well as The George Washington Masonic Lodge 51 and the Mount Sinai Shriners. In 2007 he was appointed assistant judge of Orange County Superior Court, Chelsea, by the Honorable former Gov. Jim Douglas.

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