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Todd Brown

June 1, 1971 ~ March 31, 2024

Born in: Jennings, LA
Resided in: Iowa, LA

Lake Arthur

The family of Mr. Raymond Todd Brown, 52, of Iowa, announces his passing on March 31, 2024 in Houston.

A memorial visitation will be held on Monday, April 15, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in the Miguez Funeral Home Chapel in Lake Arthur.

Mr. Brown was born on June 1, 1971, in Jennings to Raymond and Ann Trahan Brown.  He graduated from high school and joined the United States Army.  Once he entered private life he became an educator. His favorite place to be, was visiting family in Alaska and spending time at his family farm. He enjoyed hunting and blade smithing. He was a proud veteran and above all he loved his family.

Those left behind to cherish his memory are his beloved wife of 25 years, Monica Benoit Brown; his parents, Raymond, and Ann Brown; daughters, Jasmin Conner, Katie Conner Davis, and Tiffany Conner; sister, Niki Brown Arabie; brother Aaron Brown; five grandchildren, Kirsten Duprie, Mika Duprie, Laken Conner, Zuri Davis and Thatcher Moe; three great grandchildren; two nieces; two nephews, and his beloved dog Gypsy.

In accordance with Todd’s wishes, his family has chosen cremation under the direction of Miguez Funeral Home.

Services

Memorial Visitation: Monday, April 15, 2024
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Miguez Funeral Home - Lake Arthur
829 Fourth St.
Lake Arthur, LA 70549


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  1. Candle 1My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. Mr. Brown was an amazing person and will be dearly missed.

  2. Candle 2To the family of Raymond Todd Brown, we send our deepest sympathy and have placed all of you in our prayers. Remember, “…earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot bear.” I will remember Mr. Brown as an exceptional educator, leader, and friend. There are not enough words or time to speak about his many accomplishments, such as increasing the enrollment at the RISE Academy, achieving the highest LEAP growth in Alternative Program history, successfully incorporating English Learners onto the campus, and recognizing the importance of different cultures with programs highlighting the talents of students assigned to the RISE. He loved his students and honored and respected his teachers every day. He took the most challenging students and set them on the path to success. Even at Positive Connections, he had a way with students, especially those in need of encouragement. I’m sure all of the students and staff that he touched will miss him dearly, but he will live on forever in our hearts.


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