Burtice Brown obit
Burtice Brown Rites Tuesday In Mt. Yemon Funeral services will be htM in Mt. Vernon tomorrow for Burtice Brown, 63, a formei' i-esident who died C3iristinas day at Pontiac General Hospital Hospital iB Poatiae, Mich. The services wUl be held at 10 ajn. Tuesday at Myers Chapel with the Rev. Robert Barger of Sesser officiating. Burial will be in South Mdc- oly Hill cemetery. The body wQl lie in ttat* at Myers Chapel, where friends may call after 4:00 pjh. today. Mr. Brown was bom January January 10,1901 in Jefferson eoonty, the son of Solmnon G. and Ethd (Bean) Brown. On December 24, 1918 he was married, in St Louis, to Elizabeth Elizabeth Wells, who survives. He was a member the Oiurch of God at Pontiac, Mich. Besides his wife, he is sui> ^ved by two sons, Edward L. Brown of Sdieller and Lester M Brown of Laura, HI.; four dau^ters, Mrs. Rosella Marcum Marcum and Mrs. IBlda Phelps, both of Mt Vernon, Mrs. Betty Mc Mahan of Eddstein, HL , and Mrs. Velma McMahon of Belle- #lle, m.; five brothers, Vernice Vernice Brown of Portland, Ore,. Wayman Brown of WaltonviDe, Max Brown of Lincoln, Neb., and Carlos Brown and Alfidale Brown of Pontiac, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Lorene Hayes of Auburn Heights, Mich., and Mrs. Carthel McGAee of Mt Vernon; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.