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Q. Harold Brown
© Grace Memorial Chapel
Submitted by: Janet Laubhan Flickinger

© Grace Memorial Chapel

Dr. Q. Harold Brown, DDS, 84, of Ponca City, passed away on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at his residence. He was born on Jan. 12, 1930 in Clovis, NM to Horace and Lola White Brown.

He was preceded in death by his parents his brother, Gerald Brown his sister, Betty Armstrong and granddaughter, Miranda Brown.

Survivors include his sons Neil Brown and daughters, Kirstie Mikles and Zaelin Brown Doyle Brown and wife Dixie and their children, Amanda Clark and Tim Brown Hal Brown and his wife Nancy and their daughter, Autumn Brown. He is also survived by four greatgrandchildren.

Dr. Brown proudly served in the US Army during Korea. He had been practicing dentistry in Ponca City since 1959. Dr. Browns Memorial Service will be held at 10 am., Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at First Baptist Church. Private family burial has taken place at Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery.

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