Albert  Brown

Albert Brown

September 30, 1943 - April 15, 2022

By the grace of God’s redemptive work on the cross, our Heavenly Father called Albert George Brown home to live with Him on Friday, April 15, 2022.
Albert George Brown was born September 30, 1943 in San Francisco, California. Al graduated from Denison High School in 1962 before enrolling at Texas A&M University. He graduated from North Texas State University in 1967 with a Bachelor of Business Administration, and in the following years he proudly served his country as a member of the United States Air Force Reserve. Upon graduation, he joined his father’s accounting practice, where he found his lifelong career as a CPA for over 50 years. Al married Mickey Anne Mitchusson on July 15, 1978 at the First Baptist Church in Denison. A lifelong resident of Denison, Al was involved in several community organizations where he held positions of leadership – Denison Lions Club, Denison Jaycees, Denison Athletic Booster Club, Denison ISD Education Foundation, and more. He was honored to serve in the past as a Deacon at First Baptist Church of Denison and as treasurer for numerous political campaigns & nonprofit organizations. In his final years he was a faithful member at Trinity Lighthouse Church.
He is survived by his son, Brian Robnett and wife, Kathryn; daughter, Allison Arnold and husband, Miles; son, Nathaniel Brown and wife, Courtney; sister, Carol Light and husband, Colin; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Ron and Nancy Rodgers; and five beloved grandchildren – Ragan, Noah, and Claire Brown; & Hudson and Brooklyn Arnold; nieces and nephews – Britton Fuller, Ronnie Rodgers, Randy Rodgers, Lana Ramirez.
Al was preceded in death by his wife, Mickey; his father and mother, Woodrow and Viola Brown; father-in-law, Bill Mitchusson; and mother-in-law, Arlene Hendrix.
Visitation will be Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 10AM at Trinity Lighthouse Church in Denison. Services will be held Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 11AM at Trinity Lighthouse Church in Denison, with Pastors Raymond England and Michael Gamble officiating. Burial will follow at West Hill Cemetery in Sherman.
Serving as pallbearers are Robert Hempkins, Dale Bonner, Robert Crawley, John Smithen, Randy Rodgers, and Rob Hahn. Honorary pallbearers are Phillip Shaffer, Fred Posey, Ron Rodgers, Ronnie Rodgers, Herman Ringler, Don Cook, Jack Lilley, and Phil McKenzie.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be made to Mexico Ministries, PO Box 596, Denison, TX 75021.
The Funeral Service will be livestreamed by Trinity Lighthouse Church on the Youtube Channel “TLC Funeral Ministry”. www. The family is grateful to Trinity Lighthouse Church for their assistance in planning the service. Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson-Moore Funeral Home. Condolences may be registered at

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  • Ricky and Iris Nichols


    Rest In Peace Sir

  • James Smith


    To the Brown Family: We were saddened to hear of your loss of Al. We send our heartfelt condolences. May you find Peace and Comfort during this difficult time. Sincerely, James E. and Barbara Kinney-Smith of Denison.

  • Belibda Frazier


    I am heartbroken that your father has left us. I sat by him recently at Dale Joseph’s memorial. He was as pleasant as ever and I really enjoyed our conversation that day. I know he is leaving a big hole in his family and community. He was so loved by his family and friends.I can’t help but think that Al and God had this worked out. He leaves us on tax day; after being a CPA for 50 years. His sense of humor to the very end. We will be praying for your family and all that loved him.

  • Bill & Grace Hunt


    In addition to being a good friend, always sharing his wonderful sense of humor, setting an example of one of God’s children, and making sure the IRS received our proper tax documents, Al showed us how precious each day of our life is and how we need to be so thankful for this blessing. We will miss Al so much and having seen him only a few days ago, we have comfort in knowing he is now with beautiful wife and parents. To his loving caring family, we can only imagine how sad you are at this time. Our prayer is that all the incredible memories you have of him, will comfort you. You are blessed to have such a beautiful family and we are also blessed to have known them for so many years. Love, Bill & Grace Huntt

  • Monnie Wheelus


    My Love, Sympathy and Prayers to the Family. Al and Mickey were dear Christian Friends. Monnie Wheelus

  • Judy Pogue


    We have some precious memories of Al and Mickey. We have been friends for over 35 years. Al was always so kind and brought such joy. They loved ministry and made many trips to Mexico and different parts of the world. Al supported so many organizations and worked tirelessly helping others. Al and Mickey’s greatest legacy will be Allison, Nathaniel, and Brian. We will see them again. It’s amazing that Al celebrated Easter in heaven with his precious Mickey Brown.




  • Theresa Garner


    We will miss you AL always a wonderful greeting, smile and always a joke as we entered the doors of Trinity Light House Church. Mike and Theresa Garner

  • Jack Goff


    A good ole friend, , Godly man, faithful Christian brother,and down-right nice guy. We will miss you brother. Jack and Judy Goff

  • Jane Mitchell


    I will always be grateful to God for the love and friendship I had with Al & Mickey. I will remember the smiles, humor, advice, and times I spent with them. Al was someone I admired for his generosity, his love for his wife, his love for his family, his church friends, and his community. Alison said it right, he was faithful! The Brown Family carries a great name and legacy and I am thankful to have had the chance to know you! I want you to know I love and respect your father and mother, and have been blessed by them many times over! They are dear to me!

  • Jann Knotts


    I met Al in 1976 when I was hired at the Brown CPA firm. He was funny and always patient with me as a young accountant. He knew Mickey was a friend of mine and asked me to introduce him. I had them both over for dinner and they were married shortly thereafter. Al and I shared many mutual clients over the years and we always trusted each other. He had an excellent memory and would remind me of things that happened years before and we would have a good laugh. Al and I remained friends for 45 years. I will miss him. Jann Henderson Knotts

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