WINDSOR, CO, USA U.S. Army SFC, COMPANY A, 1ST BATTALION, 325TH INFANTRY, 2 BCT, FORT BRAGG, NC BAGHDAD, IRAQ 05/18/2007
Scott Brown lived everyday like it was his last day here— he lived his life to the fullest. He would have wanted others to find hope and love, not hate or anger, in the death.
Scott would do anything for anybody, especially when it had to do with kids, his family said in a statement. Scott J. Brown took it upon himself to create his own outreach project in Iraq, with family members sending him stuffed animals, toys and games that he could hand out to Iraqi youngsters. His heart was as big as his dedication to his country.
Scott lived his life to the fullest, yet he was just so humble about it all. He was a fun guy, always down to earth. He could take a serious room and have everyone in it rolling on the floor in minutes. He did not know fear. He loved the challenge of the Army—anything that he thought was hard to do and that people would say was impossible to do, he would make sure he got it done.
Scott completed military tours in Afghanistan, Kuwait and Kosovo, and was on his third tour of duty in Iraq. He was a brave soldier, a committed father, a dear friend, and a proud A