Kenneth J. Brown, originally of Milford, Conn., died early Sunday morning, May 8, in Pagosa Springs, where he has resided for some time. He was born to the late Albert J. and Sarah Lawler Brown Sr. in Milford on April 17, 1942.
He was predeceased by his sister, Nancy Brown Holst, a lifelong Milford resident.
He leaves behind his widow, Anna Maria Ferrari, of Pagosa Springs; his brother, Albert J. Brown Jr., and sister-in-law Drollene P. Brown, of Morriston, Fla.; his aunt, Rose Zimmerman, of Plantation, Fla.; son and daughter-in-law Christian and Kristina Marie Straubinger and grandsons Zachary and Ashton Straubinger, of Thompson Station, Tenn.; plus several more nieces and nephews throughout the country.
Kenneth Brown was a family man known for his love of cats, his cooking skills, his spunky wit and his generosity, but mostly will be missed for his sense of humor and his sweet spirit. He donated his body to a Colorado university for use in medical training and research.