ALBURGH– Maurice “Moe” R. Brow, age 77, passed away on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at his home in Alburgh.
He was born in Burlington on November 11, 1944 to the late David and Alice (Rochon) Brow.
Moe spent the majority of his life in Alburgh and grew up on his family’s farm. He graduated from Alburgh High School where he was a standout athlete and played first baseman for the state championship team. Upon graduation, Moe continued his education at the Mary Fletcher Hospital earning his certificate to become an X-Ray technician and worked for the Springfield Hospital for 2 years. He was then hired at General Electric where he worked in quality control and retired after 33 years.
Moe was a devoted Red Sox fan and loved cheering them on throughout his life, he most recently took a trip to Fenway with his grandson Hunter that he treasured. He also enjoyed taking hunting trips in his younger years to Wyoming, ice fishing on Lake Champlain, and caught a trophy Amber Jack in Florida. His pride and joy in life were his grandsons and cherished the time he spent with them. Moe will be remembered for his outgoing and kind personality.
He is survived by his daughter, Michelle Martin and her husband Kevin of North Charleston, SC; grandchildren, Holli Brow and her fiancé Jeff of Colorado Springs, CO, Brittany Brow of Sierra Vista, AZ, Chace Anderson and his significant other Alexis Jones of Swanton, and Hunter Anderson and his significant other Morgan Maines of Vail, CO; 4 great grandchildren; brother, Gerald Brow and his wife Maxine of Keeseville, N.Y; several nieces and nephews; first wife and mother to his children, Sandra Rowe; great friends, Pete & Sue Jacques, and Erwin & Lorna Arnold; and his four-legged companion and best friend, Milo. Besides his parents, Moe was predeceased by his wife, Sherry (Sollace) Brow; and son, Christopher Brow.
Family and friends are invited to Moe’s Life Celebration events on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 to include a memorial service at 10:00AM followed by visitation from 11:00AM- Noon and at The Goss Life Celebration Home, 89 Grand Ave., Swanton, VT 05488. At the request of the family masks are required. Interment will take place this spring in the Brow family lot in St. Amadeus Cemetery.
For those who wish, contributions in Moe’s memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75231 and/or the Alburgh Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, 60 Firehouse Rd, Alburg, VT 05440.
Goss Life Celebration Homes is the area’s exclusive provider of Life Celebration events. Please visit our website to share condolences, photos and favorite memories at www.gossfs.com