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Joseph Richard Brown
August 22, 1950 ~ November 11, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Joseph Brown, a man defined by his love for family, travel, and music, passed away peacefully on November 11, 2023. Born on August 22, 1950, to the late Joseph and Anne Brown nee Digman, Joe cultivated a life of love, laughter, and deep connections. Joe was above all, a family man. Always available and excited to be involved in the lives of his children and grandchildren. He had a passion for living and an easy going, fun loving, down to earth spirit. He leaves behind his devoted wife, Eileen Bumba-Brown, his proud sons Erin (Jenn), Michael (Michele), and Alex (Amy), and his loving stepchildren Christina (Rob) Dentry, Bradley (Laura) Bumba, and Ashley Marie Bumba (Frank Trout). His legacy will live on in the hearts of his adoring grandchildren Sydney, Mason, Maggie, Beckett, and Fox. His memory will also be treasured by his siblings Marian Durkin, Patricia Cramblitt, and predeceased by Ron Brown. Ex-wife and mother of his children, Jeanette Yankellow, remembers him fondly. He had a lighthearted adventurous spirit, traveling whenever possible- favorite spots and activities were driving the Keys, touring Gettysburg, visiting National Parks, riding the Tram car in Ocean City, and spending time with his Grandchildren. He was an endearing, caring, and gentle man, ready to stop what he was doing to help others or to have a friendly conversation. He loved fast cars, good food, happy times, watching sports and comedy shows but above all connecting with friends and family. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him, however not forgotten- his legacy and jovial spirit will live on in the old memories kept and new memories made!