“Ms. Brown can act
the hell out of an opera.”
– Philly Now

 “Vocally, Brown was never less than rapturous.”
– The New Zealand Herald

“Brown’s Tosca is not to be missed.
Her voice is a powerhouse.”
TribLive, Pittsburgh, PA

“The children…were absolutely mesmerized by Ms. Brown’s glorious singing.”
Alexander II Magnet School

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A late Fathers Day visit from my brother with lunch, laughs and photos!
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I would like to pay homage to the three most important men in my life. My husband, Anselme Blaise Argelier, my brother George A. Brown and my father Walter C. Brown.

My father was a strong quiet man, who made sure we had everything we needed and some of our wants. He made sure that me and my brothers knew how to take care of our selves, especially me, before we got out in the world expecting someone else to take care of us. He taught me and my brothers the meaning of money and that it didn't grow on trees. He showed us how to be good godly citizens of the world. To be kind and honest, and to always take care of one another.

Because of my fathers good examples I have been able to witness the loving care my brother George A. Brown gives his family. Through thick and thin I have seen him and his family pull together for one another, to lean on each other when times got hard. To laugh and joke with each other. To celebrate each other's achievements and to love and hold on to one another, no matter what.

When Blaise and I met, I felt like we were meant to be. They say that women always seem to marry someone like their fathers, for good or for bad. Well, I can say, I have been blessed with Blaise and the best parts of my dad. He is strong and quiet (sometimes) like my dad. He is slow to anger and speaks lovingly to me. He does his best to make sure I am happy and cared for to the best of his ability. He has proven to be a devoted father and son to his boys and his mother and a devoted husband to me.

I thank and praise the Lord for providing such thoughtful, godly men in my life. I also thank God for giving me an example of His love for me in my father so that when Blaise came along I would know the difference.

Happy Fathers Day!

Angie🤗😘
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