Preparations For Deputy Brown's Services

There was so much work to be done at Clark's flower shop in Williamston for Friday's visitation, local residents volunteered their time to help.

Employees are working around the clock to get everything done for Deputy Brown's visitation.

Not only is the store donating arraignments for Friday's services and Saturday's funeral but they have more than 100 orders to fill from community members around the area paying respects to the Brown family.

Clark employees say they've been touched by all the help they've gotten from people that don't even work here and take pride in the fact they can help pay tribute to Deputy Charlie Brown's memory.

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  • by Libby on Dec 11, 2009 at 09:26 PM
    To All of you working so hard to put ALL of those arrangements together, you have done a superb job. Every piece was absolutely beautiful. thank you
  • by Tonya Location: williamston on Dec 11, 2009 at 07:29 PM
    It was wonderful the way everyone was working together. I know Charlie is looking down on us all.

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