Carl Norman McCoy-Brown

 Carl Norman McCoy- Brown, 88, of Louisville, KY, formerly of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, passed away at 11:30 PM on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Hosparus Inpatient Care Center in Louisville, KY. He was born on July 30, 1928 in Mt Vernon, IL a son of John Jefferson and Eula Elizabeth (Garrison) McCoy-Brown. He married Margaret Field on September 19, 1954 in St David, Illinois. She preceded him in death on March 7, 2008.

Also, preceded him in death is his parents, one brother, Teddy Walker, and one sister, Mary Cheek.

Surviving is one daughter, Carla Sue Brown of Louisville, KY; and two grandchildren, Nakai Alexander Brown and Isabeau Sage Halcomb both of Louisville, KY; one brother, Narrah McCoy, and one sister, Betty Huston both of Mt Vernon.

Carl was Director of Transportation for many years at Keystone steel and wire, and later retired in 1993 as Vice President for Westmoreland Coal Company in Philadelphia, he was a member of First United Methodist Church in Peoria, and member of 32nd Masons of Mohammed Temple in Bartonville. Carl proudly served his country during World War II as a veteran of the United States Navy.

Graveside services and burial will be at 2:30 PM on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at Greenwood Cemetery in Canton, visitation will be from 1:00 to 2:00 PM on Tuesday at Sedgwick Funeral Homes & Crematory, 1995 North Main Street, Canton. Rev. Kevin VanTine will officiate. Memorials can be made to Fulton County Humane Society. To leave online condolences please visit www.sedgwickfuneralhomes.com

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4 Responses to Carl Norman McCoy-Brown

  1. MICHAEL MARPLE says:

    Carla, I so sorry to hear about your dad’s passing. I agree with you that he is talking and enjoying the time with your mother. Keeps strong. Good thoughts and prayers are streaming your way.

    Michael

  2. Joe Dunlap says:

    Carla, please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at the passing of your father. I worked for your father in the Traffic Department of Keystone Steel back in 1967 and a few years after. Your Father was always a kind and humble person and a great teacher. I will always remember learning about traffic management from him. My condolences for your loss.

  3. Lannes Nunn says:

    I hope that my card made it to you. Lanny

  4. Elizabeth D. Roberts says:

    Carla, daughters have a special relationship with their daddy’s
    when they are lucky enough to have good ones like we did. You did
    everything that could be done to care for him and he knew that.
    My heart is with you, my friend.
    Elizabeth

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