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Addison Brown ’27

Published in Apr. 22, 1998, issue

Addison Brown died Nov. 30, 1997, in Naples, Fla.

He graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy. At Princeton, he was a member of Charter Club. He was the former secretary-treasurer and part owner of D.J. Stewart & Co., in Rockford, Ill., and of the Rockford Country Club, the University Club, Rotary Intl., and Midday Clubs, and a trustee of Rockford College and Keigh Country Day School. He was also president of the Wilda Carter Specialty Shop.

He spent his winters at Boynton Beach, Fla. His survivors include his daughter, Constance, his son, Addison Jr., 10 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Ruth Burpee; his second wife, Frances Smith; his daughter, Elizabeth; his brother, Charles; and his sisters, Elizabeth Coleman and Virginia Pearson.

The class shares the grief of his survivors.

The Class of 1927

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