CHARLES P BROWN - PFC
- south amboy
- DATE OF BIRTH:
- October 03, 1945
- DATE OF CASUALTY:
- March 09, 1967
- BRANCH OF SERVICE:
- South Vietnam
Charles P. Brown was born on October 3, 1945. His home of record is South Amboy, NJ. He had two brothers and three sisters, including Ruth Ann and Joanne. He was dating Nancy Lindblad and they were supposed to marry after the service.
He entered the US Army and attained the rank of Private First Class (PFC). Brown served as Scout Dog Handler as part of A Company, 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 25th and 4th Infantry Divisions, 40th Scout Platoon.
Brown was killed in action on March 9, 1967. He is buried at New Calvary Cemetery in Parlin, NJ.
Brown was awarded the Purple Heart.
I work for Continental Airlines so I go on the Parkway, kind of say hello to my brother every time I go by. My brother did have a great big hobby. He loved cars, drag racing and Mustangs. He was so good looking. I remember he was cool. He used to roll his cigarette pack up in the sleeve of his t-shirt. He had light blonde, brownish hair and blue eyes and a flirtatious smile. I loved him to pieces. He was my big brother and I was his favorite sister. He used to watch over me even when he was in Nam. He had his friends watch out for me so I wouldn\\\\\\\'t get into any trouble or get hurt.
Written by Ruth Ann Brown-Cavallo, Sister
Sources: Ruth-Ann Brown-Cavallo (sister), VVMF and NJVVMF.
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