Robert John Brown
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Robert John “Bob” Brown, 65, of Tracy, a former Safeway employee, died May 5. As he wished, no services are planned.

Born in East Orange, N.J. on July 12, 1948, Mr. Brown had lived in Tracy 15 years. He worked 30 years for Safeway, including 15 years as a Safeway manager in Daly City.

He is survived by a godson, Brian Russo, and numerous friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Emily and Frank Brown, and a brother, Raymond Brown.

Arrangements will be handled by Fry Memorial Chapel, 550 S. Central Ave., and an online guest book can be viewed at www.frymemorialchapel.com.

Contributions in Mr. Brown’s name may be sent to Animal Rescue of Tracy (http://animalrescuetracy.org), 793 S. Tracy Blvd., No. 133, Tracy, CA 95376.

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May 22, 2014
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Bob enjoyed spending time with his friends and his dogs. He also took pleasure in reading and studying The Bible. Bob is survived by his Godson, Brian Russo, and by many friends who lovingly cared for him and provided for his dogs during his illness: Art and Laura Garcia, Denise Castro, Brigette Gould, David Castro, Dorothy Scialabba and The Teranishi family.


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