Stephen Brown Obituary, Death – Stephen Brown, who had lived in the Two Harbors region in the past but was a resident of Superior, Minnesota at the time of his death, was able to pass away peacefully in the environment of his own home with his wife by his side. On March 6, Ralph and Charlotte Brown became parents for the first time, when they welcomed their son into the world in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was the year 1968 when Stephen completed his high school studies at White Bear Lake High School and graduated. He was considered a veteran of the United States Air Force because he had served in that branch of the military during the Vietnam War.
He had served in the Air Force. Stephen held the position of truck driver for a number of companies in the Duluth and Superior area during his career. Before taking early retirement in 2006, he also worked for the Department of Homeland Security at the Duluth International Airport. Stephen and Shirley A. DeSchane tied the knot on February 17, 2006, and the wedding was attended by family and friends.
After Stephen retired, he pursued his interest in teaching others how to shoot firearms in a responsible manner as his next great passion. In addition to being a lifelong NRA member, he was an instructor for the Hunter Safety Program that was administered by the Department of Natural Resources. Stephen was a proud owner of Certified Instructor Inc., and he was also a proud member of the Patriot Guard. Both of these accomplishments brought him a great deal of pride. He felt an incredible amount of pride as a result of both of these accomplishments.
Both of his parents had already passed away by the time Stephen was born. He is survived by his wife Shirley; his children Sean Brown of Two Harbors, Jeana (Todd) Torricer of Two Harbors, Nathan Olson of Phoenix, Chad Olson of Phoenix, and Haley Scott of Superior; two granddaughters, Joebea Torricer and Kaitlyn Scott; two sisters Linda (Richard) Tyler of Ploa Cencia, Belize and Buffie (Gordy) Eicher of Spicewood, Texas; and a large number of niece. The family would like to extend their appreciation to the employees of the Essentia Health Hospice for the care and support that they provided for their loved one.