Milton Lee Brown

Milton Lee Brown
Milton Lee Brown

Milton Lee Brown, 81, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, December 14, 2020.

Services will be at 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 18, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Milton was born September 2, 1939, in Roswell, NM, to H.T. and Hazel Brown.  He graduated from Palo Duro High School, Class of 1958, and attended Texas Tech and Amarillo College.

He served his county in the Marine Corps Reserves for eight years.  Milton retired in 2001 from BNSF with forty years of service as a locomotive engineer.

Milton was preceded in death by his parents, H.T. and Hazel Brown; beloved infant daughter; and precious grandchildren, David Scott Mitchell and Katy McCall Mitchell.

Survivors include his wife, Barbara Brown, of the home; two daughters, Julie Smith and husband Kerry, and Amy Mitchell and husband Scott, all of Amarillo, TX; a son, Barry Brown, of Arlington, TX; a sister, Danice “Danny” Doherty and husband Ray, of Amarillo, TX; a brother, Phil Brown and wife Ethelene, of Dauphin Island, AL; six grandchildren, Josh, Kristin, Trey, Jacob, Beau, and Maggie; and three great-grandchildren, Justice, Brecken, and Sourey.

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13 Replies to “Milton Lee Brown”

  1. I talked to Dale and she told me about Milton. we are so sorry to hear about his passing. Dianne and I are praying for you. Love ,Ron and Dianne Judd

  2. Barbara, I am so sorry to hear about Milton. I have known Milton as long as I can remember. Phil and I weren’t old enough to pal around with Milton, Royce Reeves, or Paul Lempke. I remember once when we were young Milton shot himself in the hand with a pellet rifle and him and Royce Reeves were walking up and down the alley digging the pellet out, afraid to tell his mother, Hazel. Remember the good times and fond memories Barbara, and I know there were many through the years . Milton would want that.
    Barbara, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    James Stephens

  3. One of the finest men I knew and I offer my heartfelt sympathy for the family and many friends. He lived a good life and was a friend to many people. Larry Todd, PDHS

  4. Barbara, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I was so sad to hear of Milton’s passing. May the Lord give you and your precious family strength during your time of sadness

  5. Barbara. Quite a shock to me when I learned of Milton’s passing. I enjoyed our times together during Bible Study and lunch. I will miss him greatly. My deepest condolences.

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