Assertive, candid, dedicated, these are just a few words family and friends used to describe the late Dan Brown.
Brown lived a life most can only dream of before losing his struggle with cancer at age 63.
“He was a fighter,” said his wife Janet Brown. “He took everything he did to the highest level. He loved his community, was a strong leader and civic minded. He wanted to live.”
Dan Brown owned and operated the only radio station in Page for 20 years, a job his wife said he loved and put his all into.
He also devoted his time and energy to the community by serving as a city councilor and a member of the tourism board.
He was popular during his two-year term as mayor.
“Dan was a man of passion who worked hard, played hard and put just as much passion into his views on politics,” said City Councilor Lyle Dimbatt, a close friend of Brown. “Dan will always be remembered as a mayor who wasn’t afraid to cross the line that many would have stopped at to try and generate some kind of benefit for the city.”
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