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Jay R. Brown
Date of Death: May 19, 2019
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South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Wednesday 5/29, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Service
South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Wednesday 5/29, 2:00 pm
Cemetery

Private interment will be at a later date

Memorial

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Jay’s memory to the Pancreatic Cancer Research Foundation, 415 Crossways Park Dr., Suite D, Woodbury, NY 11797

Jay R. Brown Jay R. Brown, 76, of Lake Frederick, Virginia, passed away Sunday, May 19, 2019 at his residence. Jay was born in 1942 in Charles Town, West Virginia, the son of the late Kenneth W. and Jeannette R. Brown. He was a veteran of the United States Army during the Vietnam War (1964-1966). …
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Linda and Jeff Lugar left a message on May 27, 2019:
Brian & family- Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family for the loss of your Dad. May your hearts be filled with the love he shared with you.
Kelvin Lomax left a message on May 24, 2019:
Condolences to the Brown family on the loss of Jay Brown. I had the pleasure of working for him at Inova from 1991 until his retirement in 2008. He was a great man who fathered the Data Center and those who worked for him. Made sure that things were always in order and allowed me to grow in my career at Inova. I enjoyed our many conversations about IT matters, softball and most of all Redskins. Always viewed him as a friend and father figure until he left. Taught me many things that cannot be put unto words but had an impact on my life.
Steve Cunningham left a message on May 23, 2019:
This saddens me deeply. Jay was not just an umpire with Winchester Baseball but a member of the Winchester Baseball family. He was a great umpire, but he was a great ambassador of the game of baseball for all of the young boys and girls who loved to play the game. In all of our years together, I never saw him lose his cool. He was always there to assist me when I needed someone to umpire on short notice. Jay was a great guy and I will miss him a lot. My prayers go out to Judy, Brian, Greg and the rest of the family. I am sure that Jay will be looking over us this weekend at the Showdown in the Valley tournament in Jim Barnett Park. RIP my friend.
Mike Rohr left a message on May 23, 2019:
To the Brown Family, Jay was a much respected and loved manager at the Pickett Data Center as well as the Nokes Data Center where he did much to orchestrate the entire move. I also remember his passion for being a baseball umpire. He will be missed in both areas, but I am sure, not forgotten. My prayers go to the family and friends in hopes they will ease some of the sadness at this time. Jay was a class act that cannot be duplicated.
Esther Gray left a message on May 22, 2019:
My condolences to the Brown family. I had the honor of knowing and working with Jay at Inova from 1997 until he retired in 2008. He was a great man!
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Patti Purser left a message on May 22, 2019:
To the Brown family, I worked with Jay at Inova and remember him fondly. He was a wonderful man and our entire department waited for the Jay Brown fudge at Christmas. I am deeply sorry for your loss and hope that good memories will help you through this sad time.
Anna and Bill Nay left a message on May 22, 2019:
Judy and family, Bill and I are so sad to hear of Jay’s passing. We have many fond memories of hockey games, credit union trips, lunches with Jay and your family. He was such a nice guy and will always be remembered with a smile. Our hearts go out to his whole family and hope for peace during this difficult time.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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