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Elder Roger Alexander Brown [Deceased]

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Presidents:
Dwayne N. Andersen [Dec.] (1962 - 1965) | Adney Y. Komatsu [Dec.] (1965 - 1968)
Served: 1963 - 1966
Areas Served:
Okamachi, Osaka, Sapporo
Companions:
Donald Lee Blackwelder | Spencer Albert Cranney | William Elden Hadfield | Dillon Kazuyuki Inouye [Deceased] | Osamu Zen Ishikawa
Your Occupation: Deceased In 1968
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Thanks for the great work in putting this web site together. Noticed that Roger Alexander Brown who served between 63'-66' is not on the list. We became wonderful and close friends during and subsequent to his mission. He was killed in an auto accident
Deceased In 1968. Roger Brown was born and raised in Bountiful, Utah. Father, a physician, has same name in Bountiful. About 6'5' tall, looked like Clint Eastwood, but skinnier. Was one of the most intelligent people I have ever known. Lanny Britsch, BYU, told me that Roger was probably the brightest student he had ever taught. One of the great expectations in the next life will be to renew my friendship with Roger Brown.
George I. Watanabe
 
Created: 17 Apr 2003  Modified: 29 Apr 2003
Last Login: 29 Feb 2004 12:22:05 PM
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