Duane Brown Obituary, Cause Of Death – Duane J. Brown, the son of Harold J. and Wilma Wight Brown, was born in the city of Springfield on August 26, 1948. Duane J. Brown was the son of Harold J. and Wilma Wight Brown. Catherine “Cathy” Bumpus was his bride, and the wedding took place at St. Agnes in Springfield on September 6, 1969. Her death occurred in 2008, which was after his passing the previous year. Duane pursued his study at St. Louis University after completing his high school studies at Griffin High School.
In order to finish his education and earn his doctorate, he enrolled in the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. His podiatry practice was given the moniker Brown Podiatric Medical Centre by he and Cathy when they first opened their doors for business. Duane’s most recent employment in the medical field was at Prairie Podiatry, where he served as a podiatrist. Everyone who worked with Dr. Duane, including his patients, regarded him in the highest regard. Duane was very conscientious about his health, and he paid a lot of attention to both the foods he ate and the exercises he performed on a regular basis.
In addition, he took pleasure in spending the summers at Moose Lake Resort in Minnesota, where he could engage in activities such as golfing, fishing, working in the garden and yard, and visiting with his friends and family, in particular his grandkids. In addition to his remarkable accomplishments in the field of medicine, he is also credited with building what is considered to be one of the first geodesic dome homes in the Midwestern United States. The American Podiatric Medical Association, the Springfield Motor Boat Club, and the Island Bay Yacht Club were some of the organizations that Duane belonged to throughout his time as a member of various groups.
He was taken from this world much too soon, along with his parents and his brothers Greg and Alan Brown. He is survived by his three sons, Craig Brown of Salem, New Hampshire, Chris Brown of Springfield, and Marc Brown of DeWitt, Iowa, both of whom are married to their respective partners’ mothers; seven grandchildren, Quinn, Leah, Hannah, and Mason Brown, as well as John, Leo, and Hendrix Davsko; his partner, Susan “Sue” Davsko of Springfield; Sue’s children, Adam (wife, Kam), and Justin (wife, Kam); and