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Schuyler Townsend Brown

August 24, 2017

Schuyler Townsend Brown or “SKY”, 86 of New Port Richey entered into eternal life Saturday August 19 in the comfort of his home. His devoted wife of 60 years Kathleen was at his side. Schuyler was born in Albany, New York and resided in Hampton Manor, New York. He was the son of the late Leonard Brown of New Port Richey and Alice Brown. Sky was the father of two devoted sons, Leonard Brown of New Port Richey and William David, deceased. He had two special grandchildren Sasha Marie Brown and Ryan Reed Brown, both deceased. His only brother David Brown is also deceased. He leaves behind a loving daughter in law Debby Brown; sister in law Louise Fryer; Niece Anna Zaczynski, all of New Port Richey. Also a nephew Garth Conklin and Angie (considered as immediate family). Out of state dear sisters in law Josephine Roberts, deceased and Virginia Fryer, deceased. Also he leaves behind sister and brother in law Martha and Fred Endres of Rensselaer, New York. He was an uncle to Tom and Tina Carhart of Englewood, Florida and David and Deborah Brown of Selkirk, New York and John and Sue Conklin of Troy, New York. Sky also leaves behind many great nieces and nephews and wonderful, wonderful friends. Brownie lived an adventurous life, excelling in motorcycles, archery, scuba diving and hunting. Sky served his country as a soldier in the US Army. He was a long time member of the Operating Engineers Locals 6 and 9. He lived 30 years in Colordao Springs, Colorado where he was an instructor at Pikes Peak Community College. Sky once owned his own restaurant and prided himself at being a connoisseur. Brownie lived life to the fullest and thanked God everyday for his many blessing. He was a convert to Catholicism and his mass will be held at St. James Catholic Church at 8400 Monarch Dr. in Port Richey on Thursday August 24, 2017 at 10:30 am. preceded by a short viewing at 8:30am at Faupel Funeral Home. His wish was to be cremated. Schuyler was a good man, wonderful husband and father. You were so very loved, goodbye dear Brownie.
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