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Racine Horlick Alumni 1965

Quentin 'Bob' Brown II
NOVATO, CALIFORNIA/MADISON, WISCONSIN — Quentin 'Bob' Brown II, age 42, died on Monday, May 7, 1990, at his home In Novato, California, after a valiant one year battle with cancer. He was born In Racine, Wisconsin on May 17, 1947. Bob was a 1970 Honors graduate of the University of Wisconsin In the field of Mechanical engineering and was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. He was a valued employee of Chevron Oil's Chemical Division for the past 14 years and most recently had travelled extensively for them throughout the world. The many talents Bob had were reflected In his hobby of horticulture and he took enormous pride In his extensive vineyard and wine production. His gardens were carefully nurtured and his picture-perfect fruits and vegetables were often used In his hobby of gourmet cooking. He is survived by his wife, Barbara (Miller) Brown, formerly of Madison and Monroe; his two sons, Quentin R. Brown III, age 7. He Is also survived by his parents, Gladys and Quentin R. Brown of Racine; a brother, Kevin of Milwaukee; and his sister,. Janet Gummeson, of Belchertown, Massachusetts. Madison survivors Include his In-laws, Helen and Bob McDermld, Grandvlew Boulevard; and Joe and Nancy Miller, Todd Drive. He Is further survived by his sisters-in-law, Patty Miller, Madison; Cheryl and Tom Borst, and Mary Lou and John Garrett of Illinois; four nephews; and three nieces. Funeral services were held In Novato on May 10 at All Saints Lutheran Church. Memorial services and burial were held at West Lawn Cemetery In Racine, on Saturday, May 12. Though Bob Is gone, his horticulture talents will remain as a living remembrance for all to see. He was dearly loved by all his family and will be greatly missed by them, his associates and a host of friends.