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Glen Donald Brown
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Glen Donald Brown, age 46, died Thursday June 23, 1977 in a one truck accident in the New Mexico mountains near Capitan.

Memorial services were Sunday June 26, 1977 at 2:30 p.m. in Wheeler Stright Chapel at Portales, New Mexico.

Burial was in Portales Cemetery.

Born near Berlin December 2, 1930, he had been residing in Portales, New Mexico since December of 1976.

He was a veteran graduate of Sayre High School and Sayre Jr. College. He had a B.S. Degree from Southwestn State of Weatherford and a M.A. Degree from Fort Hays State University, Fort Hays, Kansas.

He taught school in Cimmaron, Kansas, was Jr. High Principal at Ulysses three years and Superintendent of Satanta, Kansas for seven years.

He was elected to appear in the outstanding personalities of the west and midwest.

Survivors are his wife, Deloris of the home; one daughter, Donna P. Bussell of Pampa, Texas; one son, Jim Brown of Centraila, Washington; three step children, Chris Nuckles of the home; Cindy Ellis and Debbie Carson of Ulysses, Kansas; two grandchildren; his father and stepmother Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Brown of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. John Wooley of Portales, New Mexico; one step sister, Sharon Rook of Moore, Oklahoma; one step brother, Luther Barkley of Minco, Oklahoma; his grandmother, Ida Brown; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.



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