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John Robert Brown (Bob), a well-respected Stockton Freemason died on 10th February at the age of 103.  He was a member of the Lodge of Philanthropy and the Chapter of Philanthropy for well over 40 years.

 

In a recent visit to the Chapter of Philanthropy the Provincial Grand Master, John Thompson spoke about his passing and the fact that the Second World war veteran was held a prisoner of war for four years after surviving being shot down when his Wellington bomber was attacked on a night raid.

 

In honour of his wartime service, at precisely 11am an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon made a fly-past over his funeral, organized by his great-nephew who is in training in the RAF Squadron.

 

Bob featured in Issue 38 of our Gazette to celebrate his 100th birthday.

 

Rest in Peace Bob

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