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Life Story / Obituary
Scott E Brown, age 50, passed away on Sunday April 26th 2020 after a long illness. Scott was born in Racine, WI on July 29th 1969, son of Benjamin F (Patricia) Brown, and Charlene (nee: Sura) (Gene) Piontek.
Scott graduated from Horlick High School, Class of 1987. He worked at O&H Bakery after High School. Scott married Victoria Castaldo July 10th, 1988, and years later divorced. Scott had a horrific car accident in October of 1988 that left him a partial quadriplegic. Scott and Victoria gave birth to an Angel they named Crystal on April 19th, 1989 and said goodbye to their sweet Angel Crystal on April 21st, 1989. Scott had a love for the outdoors of hunting and fishing even while in his wheelchair. He was also posted in a disabled hunter article in Kenosha News for the deer he got in December 1989. He loved giving his nieces and nephews rides on his wheelchair. Scott was so full of life even with his disability. He will truly be missed by family and friends that knew him.
Surviving are his Father Benjamin F (Patricia) Brown, his Mother Charlene R (Gene) Piontek. His siblings Terrie (Ken) Pratt, Cathy (Keith) Christman, Bennie Brown, Chris (Bonnie) Christensen. Nieces and Nephews Nick (Kacey) Brown, Ryan (Brittany) Christman, Adam Christman, Troy (Chelsea) Watkins, Tanya Watkins, Nate (Paige) Pratt, Annika, Caden, Jaxon, Leah Christensen. Great nieces and nephews Aubrey M, Aiden, Grayce, Mona, Calum, Fallon, Aubrey E, Callie. And many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins.
Preceded in death by infant daughter Crystal Brown, Grandparents Elmer and Mary Sura, Benjamin F Brown Sr. , Freida Truit.
Scott was a kind-hearted man who cared deeply about others. In Lieu of flowers and in honor of Scott’s memory, please consider a loving act of kindness.
A celebration of life will be tentatively held on July 25th, 2020, if Covid-19 orders allow.