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Hartselle Enquirer

Brown retiring from Boy Scouts

By Staff
Staff Reports, Hartselle Enquirer
Wayne Leroy Brown, formerly of Hartselle, will retire July 1 from the Boy Scouts of America after 35 years of professional service with the organization and 45 years of affiliation.
Brown has been the director of field service with the Old Hickory Council, B.S.A., Winston-Salem, N.C. since 1974. He and his wife, Oralean Johnson Brown, are 1962 graduates of Morgan County High School and lived in Hartselle and Falkville.
The Browns are the parents of Natalie Marie Lemons, Danielle Ruth Brown and Marc Wayne Brown, and the grandparents of Kelby Lee Lemons and Stella Kaytlin Brown.
A retirement celebration will be held in Brown's honor June 24. Notes of congratulations can be mailed to: Old Hickory Council, B.S.A., 6600 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27106; emailed to wbrown@bsamail.org; or faxed to 336-760-4222. All notes received by June 21 will be placed in a special memory book that will be presented to Brown on the day of the celebration.

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