Funeral of an Arvada Marine

Posted 1/18/18

Marines and members of a local honor guard stand at attention during the military service for Marine Sgt. Max Brown of Arvada, the afternoon of Jan. 11, at the Fort Logan National Cemetery. Brown …

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Funeral of an Arvada Marine

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Marines and members of a local honor guard stand at attention during the military service for Marine Sgt. Max Brown of Arvada, the afternoon of Jan. 11, at the Fort Logan National Cemetery. Brown served in both World War II and the Korean War. He fought on Iwo Jima, and was featured in the book “More Than 36 Days” which detailed some of that experience. Brown’s ashes were buried next to his wife, also a Marine, who passed away 16 months earlier, according to family.

 

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