Today is 04/16/2024 8th of Nisan, 5784


In Loving Memory of

Lee W. Brown

June 14th, 2023


Lee W. Brown, age 86, of Buffalo Grove, beloved husband of the late Diane Brown; loving father of Jonathan (Ellen) Brown, Lisa (Jason) Neiman, Paul (Natalie) Brown and the late Robyn Anders; dear father-in-law of Darren (Meredith) Anders; adored grandfather of Jacob, Haley, Sam, Jordyn, Lindsey, Morgan, Kylie, Noa, Sera, and Zach; devoted son of the late Abraham and the late Sarah Brown; cherished brother of the late Richard (late Shirley) Brown, the late Daniel (late Florence) Brown, and the late Dolores (late Norm) Hillman; fond brother-in-law of Irene Hillman, the late Susan (Alan) Rosenbloom, and the late Barbara (late Arnold) Abrams; treasured uncle and friend of many. Lee loved his family very much and enjoyed watching them grow and succeed and was very proud of all his children and grandchildren’s accomplishments. He enjoyed reading, doing crossword puzzles, classical music, eating and spending time with his family and friends. Service Friday, 12 Noon CT at The Chapel, 195 N. Buffalo Grove Rd., Buffalo Grove (1 Blk N. of Lake Cook Rd.). The service will be livestreamed on Lee’s webpage at Interment Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to BCRF – Breast Cancer Research Foundation, or Congregation Beth Judea, Ben Saypol Memorial Fund, Info: The Goldman Funeral Group (847) 478-1600.

Arrangements by Goldman Funeral Group.

Memorial Events


Date & Time Friday 06/16/2023 at 12:00 PM

Address Buffalo Grove Chapel - Under the Direction of The Goldman Funeral Group

195 N. Buffalo Grove Road

Phone (847) 478-1600

OfficiatorRabbi Morris Zimbalist


Address Shalom Memorial Park
1700 W. Rand Road
arlington heights, IL 60004

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